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Chelsea-Arsenal-Tottenham battle for Champions League spots boils up; Jamie Carragher and Alex Ferguson feature in their last respective games; watch live games of EPL’s Week 38
Miami Beach, Florida (May 18, 2013) – Everything is set for the English Premier League’s very final week of the 2012/13 season. All ten matches will kick off simultaneously at 11:00am EST/15:00GMT/16:00 local time on Sunday, May 19, 2013. The fate of many teams has already been decided but there is still much to play for and the biggest sports networks across the planet are geared up for this mammoth day!
It is time to know where to watch every single match of your choice live online or on television come May 19. Finding answers to that can be a hard and time consuming task. Today, Live Soccer TV (@LiveSoccerTV) shows you all the information you need right in one place through a combination of TV channels lined up for the following fixtures:
Premier League fans will witness yet another episode of the fierce rivalry between two of Premier League’s finest tacticians, as Ferguson’s United take on Benitez’s Chelsea at Old Trafford.
The duo will clash on Sunday night, when Chelsea enter Old Trafford hoping for a victory which will put them one point above Arsenal in third place. A victory will surely put the Blues in the driving seat for the Champions League spot and they will be eager to avoid the embarrassment of having to play in the Europa League next season.
The Red Devils will however have stern instructions from their Scottish manager to make life miserable for the Champions League hopefuls and even though the title is already in the bag, Ferguson will want to make the victory even sweeter by scoring a win against one of his bitter rivals.
Liverpool and Everton lock horns in what promises to be an action-packed Merseyside derby at Anfield on Sunday.
Local bragging rights are up for grabs as local rivals Liverpool and Everton battle in the latest edition of the Merseyside derby, a fixture that has seen more red cards than any other in the English Premier League.
Liverpool, who sit in seventh position of the Premier League with 54 points, one position and five points below Everton, head into the clash with…
This Sunday, the Blues take their top-four hunt to Old Trafford while Everton plot a collapse of Liverpool at Anfield
Miami Beach, Florida (May 3, 2013) – Another matchday in the English Premier League will see all 20 teams engage in interesting battles. Two fixtures, in particular, stand out: Liverpool vs Everton and Manchester United vs Chelsea are scheduled to take place on Sunday, May 5, 2013. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) gives you all the live stream and TV schedules information you could need.
Liverpool’s chances of achieving the top-four target they set at the beginning of the campaign is gone. Mathematically, there is no way the Merseyside Reds can afford a spot in next year’s UEFA Champions League competition.
Two teams, struggling with a host of injuries, will be looking for three points for amply different reasons on Saturday.
Newcastle’s injuries have haunted them all season long. Fabricio Coloccini, Ryan Taylor, Sylvain Marveaux, Davide Santon, Tim Krul and Haris Vuckic are all out for Newcastle. Cheik Tiote is a doubt for the home side due to a hamstring problem. Raheem Sterling, Joe Allen and Martin Kelly are all out for Liverpool. Fabio Borini…
Liverpool’s talismanic striker Luis Suarez has been hit with a 10-match ban for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic during a match on Sunday, April 21, 2013.
Luis Suarez has until Friday afternoon to make an appeal. Should this lengthy ban stand, the Uruguayan striker will miss the remainder of Liverpool’s season. This period includes English Premier League fixtures against Newcastle United, Everton, Fulham and Queens Park Rangers.
Breaking this news on Wednesday afternoon was a statement by the English FA which read:
“A three-person independent regulatory commission today upheld the FA's claim that a suspension of three matches was clearly insufficient and the player will serve a further seven first-team matches in addition to the standard three. The suspension begins with immediate effect.”
Meanwhile, Liverpool have reacted in defence of their star man. The club called for injustice concerning this verdict. Managing director Ian Ayre declared:
After Luis Suarez sank his teeth into Branislav Ivanovic’s forearm yesterday in a Premier League encounter, he gave yet another evidence of his penchant for the outrageous
It was supposed to be Rafael Benitez’s day as he made a return to Anfield, however it was Luis Suarez once again who stole the headlines, this time not making a name for himself for his brilliance, but an imprudent act which surely brought a bad name to his club.
The Uruguayan international is arguably one of the best players in England at the moment and it is hardly surprising that Liverpool are so keen to keep him at Anfield despite his intolerable antics last night.
Luis Suarez was at it again! The ever controversial Uruguayan striker was captured biting the arm of defender Ivanovic during Liverpool’s 2-2 draw at home to Chelsea in the EPL on Sunday, April 21.
The match was full of events. It was marked by the return of Rafael Benitez to Anfield while Fernando Torres also came under the spotlight in pre-match discussions. However, one man, in particular, eventually got in the thick of the action: striker Luis Suarez.
The Uruguayan star did everything possibly imaginable: concede a penalty through a handball for Chelsea's second goal, score a controversial 97th minute equalizer, and before that, even sink his teeth into Ivanovic’s arm to prove his hunger on the field!
Incredibly, this incident is only the latest of Luis Suarez’s multiple ‘bad boy’ stories. Three years ago, the South American striker committed a similar offense by biting the shoulder of PSV’s Otman Bakkal. Suarez, then at Ajax, was handed a seven-match ban by the Dutch FA.
Two matches from the EPL on Sunday; Liverpool vs Chelsea to close the day after Tottenham Hotspur’s home fixture against Manchester City
Miami Beach, Florida (April 18, 2013) – Make space for two exciting English Premier League games on Sunday, April 21, 2013. Four of England’s biggest clubs – Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur – will shake up the weekend. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) has live stream and TV schedules details for both matches – Spurs vs Man City and Liverpool vs Chelsea.
Manchester City are almost certain of finishing second behind soon-to-be English Premier League champions Manchester United. The pressure ahead of Saturday’s is mainly on Tottenham Hotspur. The hosts must work hard to avoid the disappointment of missing out on UEFA Champions League tickets.
Rafael Benitez is set to leave his position as the interim manager of Chelsea at the end of the season which has led to speculation that the Spaniard could consider a return to Anfield.
As things stand in the Barclays Premier League, Liverpool are set to miss out on Champions League football yet again. This is indeed heart-breaking for the fans of a club that is the most successful side in England in terms of European silverware.
The last time the Reds won a European trophy was back in the 2004-2005 season when they beat AC Milan on penalties in what many people consider as one of the greatest finals in Champions League history. Since then however, the club has not been able to add to its European trophies.
Sunday’s Premier League clash between Liverpool and Chelsea will be a crucial contest for both sides. Liverpool will look to re-inject some pride into yet another season in which they were never quite seen as true title contenders.
For Chelsea, the race for the top four is heating up and no short-comings can now be afforded. Interestingly, the three clubs that are racing each other for the third and fourth spots all hail from London, which makes the battle even more absorbing.
However, this encounter will be a bit more than the points table and the final result. It will see, in Rafa Benitez, a former Liverpool manager visiting Anfield marshalling another team. While ex-managers visiting their former home grounds managing another side is not that rare a picture, Rafa’s legacy at Liverpool is somewhat different.
A former giant and a modern giant of the English game will lock horns in the Premier League on a day when the spotlight could shift to the coach of one of the sides.
Gary Cahill, Marko Marin and Ashley Cole are due back for this encounter against Liverpool for Chelsea. Oriol Romeu is of course out for the season for the Blues. Raheem Sterling has a thigh problem while Joe Allen has a shoulder problem for Liverpool. Fabio Borini is still recovering from a dislocated shoulder. Martin Kelly has an Anterior Cruciate…
Luis Suarez, the Premier League's highest scorer, will be hoping to guide the Reds to victory over West Ham at Anfield on Sunday.
Red-hot Liverpool take on West Ham in what promises to be an extremely attractive English Premier League encounter at Anfield.
The Reds have won five out of their last six home games and will be hoping to continue their impressive record with a convincing win over West Ham on Sunday.
Liverpool, who feature Luis Suarez, the Premier League's highest goal-scorer…
As the Premier League campaign nears its closure, the race for the top four places is becoming as intense as ever. Apart from the three London giants, Liverpool also have an outside chance of qualifying for the Champions League next season.
Of the four sides competing for the top places, Arsenal are one team who seem comfortable and are pretty much in the driving seat. The Gunners have just lost once in their last eight Premier League fixtures, which was against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane.
Since then Arsene Wenger has taken a bold step by demoting some of his star players on the bench, and the strategy has worked so far with Arsenal earning two consecutive victories with relative ease.
The departing centre half has expressed his belief that Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard will extend his contract at the club, and further reiterated that the lifelong Kop servant will end his career at Anfield only.
The English midfielder has been part of the Liverpool set-up for the past 15 years and has provided the fans with some of the most breathtaking moments.
The influential captain has represented Liverpool in 436 matches, scoring 159 goals in the process. Gerrard’s performances are filled with vigor, individual brilliance, neat passes, powerful shots and most importantly commendable passion. He showcases the never die spirit which is very essential in the game of football, and after he was named captain back in October 2003 he has led his team by example and has been a great inspiration for his teammates.
The Reds will be hoping that the league's top scorer, Luis Suarez, can guide them to victory on their visit to Aston Villa on Sunday.
Liverpool travel to Villa Park to do battle with relegation-threatened Aston Villa in what promises to be an extremely entertaining Premier League clash on Sunday.
The Reds come into the contest in seventh position of the competition and will be looking for a victory that would keep alive their chances of competing in Europe next season.
Michael Owen is regarded as one of the most celebrated English strikers of recent times. However his career has been riddled with a lot of ups and downs and the former Liverpool star is now set to retire from football at the end of the current season.
Born in Chester to professional football player Terry Owen, Michael Owen caught the eye of several youth scouts from an early age. He played for the Liverpool youth team in the 1995-96 season at the age of 16. On the sixth of May 1997, Owen scored his first goal for Liverpool on debut against Wimbledon.
The following season, he won the Premier League golden boot playing for Liverpool and was also named PFA Young Player of the Year. He repeated his feat of winning the Golden Boot the next season, although he suffered an injury before the end of the campaign.
EPL favourites Manchester United seek three more points at home to Reading; Spurs get Fulham date as Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool continue chase for Champions League football
Miami Beach, Florida (March 16, 2013) – LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) reminds you that Fox Soccer 2Go will air three 10:00 a.m. EST kick-offs from the English Premier League on Saturday, March 16, 2013. This will be followed by two more games on Sunday. Fox Deportes and Fox Soccer Channel will feature three of England’s best teams – Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea, in its four-match coverage of the weekend. Fox Soccer Plus will feature Southampton vs Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur vs Fulham.
Arsenal exited this year’s UEFA Champions League in a glorious way. Their 2-0 victory at the Allianz Arena was not enough to reach the Last 8 of the competition. However, this result could give enough confidence for the Gunners to finish the EPL campaign strongly. This Saturday, Arsenal play Swansea City at 11:00 a.m. EST, hoping to take advantage of Spurs’ slip away to Liverpool last weekend.
Jan Vertonghen scored a brace in Tottenham's defeat at the hands of Liverpool at Anfield to improve his standing in football fantasy.
Only six matches were played over the Premier League's 29th weekend but it was not short of excitement for fans and football fantasy managers.
There were only two teams who did not score of the 12 that were in action and they played each other in a goalless draw. Norwich and Southampton fans could have expected a lot of goals in their match-up but Artur Boruc stopped a Grant Holt penalty to prevent any chances of that happening. Boruc was the goal-keeper of the week although Swansea's Michel Vorm also stopped a penalty in their game against West Brom.
Luis Suarez and Gareth Bale go head to head; Fox Sports, SuperSport, TalkSport Radio and Abu Dhabi Sports among top channels to broadcast Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur live on Sunday, 10 March 2013
Miami Beach, Florida (March 10, 2013) – It is the biggest match of the weekend in the English Premier League. When Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur clash against each other at Anfield, the atmosphere is always electric. This Sunday, it promises to be even more engaging with the spotlight set on Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez and Welsh talisman Gareth Bale. See where to watch Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur live with LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV).
Suarez and Bale have been phenomenal for their respective club this season. The latter recently called his five-month-old daughter AVB in honour of the man contributing to his success – former UEFA Europa League winner and current Tottenham Hotspur coach Andre Villas Boas.