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Predictions time as EPL makes way for game’s oldest cup competition

THE Premier League is taking a break this week to make way for football’s oldest competition, the FA Cup. You can consider that the league is at the halfway point of the season, and on average, there are about 18 matches left. Since there are no matches to review, I’ll make predictions based on the remaining games.

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Ten points for United manager as he masterminds team’s revival

BY the time you read this, Manchester United are on a nine game winning streak in all competitions after beating Manchester City 2-1 over the weekend.

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Close look at men at the helm of Blues, Reds and Toffees

THE Premier League is taking a back seat this weekend to make way for the FA Cup, but the fans were entertained by the midweek matches. After game week 18, Arsenal still lead by five points to Manchester City, with both teams still having a game in hand over some of the title chasers.

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Issues for top teams in EPL to address before they can sustain top form

HAPPY New Year, everyone, and after an impressive World Cup, the Premier League is back with a vengeance!

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Now for the EPL halfway awards ­– thanks to World Cup break

THE Premier League is taking a break; you can call it a World Cup or mid-season break.

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EPL teams need to follow this formula if they want to win title

THERE is a formula that each team need to follow if they want to win the English Premier League.

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There’s trick or treat and a few horror shows

IN the spirit of Halloween, the Winning Factor decides to give awards to players based on their performances in gameweek 14.

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Battle at the Bridge reveal two players on their last legs

THE battle at Stamford Bridge ended in a draw for Chelsea and Manchester United, but the outcome could have been different.

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Klopp-Guardiola tactical duels always a masterclass

THE power among the top four in the Premier League could change at the end of this season with the resurgence of Arsenal and Manchester United. However, Liverpool and Manchester City are still the league’s must-watch fixtures.

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Klopp’s stubborn loyalty to his players could cost him his job

LIVERPOOL fans might be in denial, but this could be the end of an era.

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Haaland in wonderland, Almiron sizzles as EPL returns with a bang

THE Premier League is back with a bang!

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