The real problem at Everton

Tweet Jamie Balding looks at the demise and downfall of Everton this season, and why they are under-performing all over the pitch, and how this had an effect on their league position so far. Is the manager to blame for this under-performing Everton side and should he be sacked? Why have Everton struggled so miserably this season? When looking at expected points over the course of the season, you actually notice they should be fifth in the league. Expected points (xP) are calculated through the quality of chances created by…

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Rashford Screamer Sends United Through.

Marcus Rashford’s stunning free kick separated Chelsea and Manchester United in the Carabao cup 4th round to see the visitors into the quarter-finals.

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Australia Take Series With Massive Win

Tweet Featured Image Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/125524007@N08/40385533802www.davidmolloyphotography.com Sri Lanka: 117 (Perera 27, Gunathilaka 21, Zampa 2-20, Stanlake 2-23) Australia: 118/1 (Warner 60no, Smith 53no, Malinga 1-23, de Silva 0-18) Australia romped to a successive T20 victory against Sri Lanka as the hosts won by nine wickets to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series. Kusal Perera (27) and Danushka Gunathilaka (21) top-scored for the visitors in a miserly total of 117 as the Aussie bowlers ran through their batting order with Billy Stanlake, Pat Cummins, Ashton Agar and Adam Zampa all…

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England: Who does Southgate pick at the back?

Tweet By Jake Brocklebank Following England’s shock 2-1 defeat to Czech Republic on Friday, Gareth Southgate’s defensive problems worsened. The Three Lions have now conceded five goals in their last two Euro qualifiers, stats any of Europe’s elite would relish facing come Euro 2020. But do England’s hopes lay in the hands of a former mortgage adviser or a capped Canadian international. Newcomers Tyrone Mings and Fikayo Tomori came as surprise additions to Southgate’s Three Lions squad but have both shown their worth with impressive starts to the Premier League…

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Salah sinks Spurs as Liverpool go six-points clear at the top

Tweet By Jake Brocklebank Liverpool regained their six-point advantage at the top of the Premier League after they came from behind to beat Tottenham 2-1 at Anfield. The visitors took the lead after just 47 seconds when Harry Kane headed home from a Heung-Ming Son strike which rebounded off the upright and into the path of the England captain. A Liverpool onslaught then followed as they dominated play forcing Paulo Gazzaniga into some impressive saves who didn’t look at all out of place filling in for the injured Hugo Lloris….

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New king of the court

Tweet Daniil Medvedev is about to end Big Four’s 15-year domination on the Association of Tennis Professionals tour. Men’s tennis has been dominated by the Big Four for 15 years now and until July, there wasn’t any signs that it is going to change. Andy Murray has been out of the picture for a while now, but Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic kept controlling the ATP stage. But now they have a reason to worry because Medvedev is in the form of his life and is on his…

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