Spurs won on a weekend when some of their rivals dropped significant points. Who will finish in the top 4 of the Premier League? Mike has his crack.
Sadio Mane’s importance to Liverpool is arguably greater than that of Philippe Coutinho. His absence has triggered a sensational collapse for the Merseysiders, the final blow of which could come Tuesday.
Liverpool’s trip to the red side of Manchester comes at a pivotal moment in their season. They’re without a win in their last 3 games in all competitions, and are bereft of Sadio Mane’s services.
Lucas’ struggles at centre-back is clear for all to see—well, when I say all, I mean all that is not named Jurgen Klopp. The manager keeps fielding the Brazilian out of position, and all while Sakho waits.
Round 12 of the Premier League tempted to provide us with a few upsets, but in the end, the big four survived. The league table remains unchanged, though surely it won’t be the case next week.
The news stories have been fairly slow in materializing with something good and noteworthy. But, Barca’s reported interest in signing Coutinho could hardly go unnoticed.
Liverpool were impeccable (well, maybe) in their 6-1 rout of Watford at Anfield. One thing rose above all others, however: the importance of Sadio Mané to this team.
Chelsea’s Premier League season took a surprising turn—for the better—when they were beaten 3-0 by Arsenal. They haven’t conceded or lost since, and their latest victim was a hapless-looking Everton.
United have made progress in the time Mourinho’s been there—even though it isn’t clearly visible at first. There’s still work to do and games to win to further solidify their title challenge.