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Premier League: Liverpool aim for Chelsea

2021-05-14T22:13:53.082Z

Blues play Fa Cup final with Leicester (ANSA) Chelsea's goal is to win the first trophy, waiting to lock down the third or fourth place and then launch the assault on Manchester City in the Champions League final. Leicester's is to win something after the historic Scudetto with Ranieri. There are many expectations for the final of the Fa Cup, orphan of the two Manchester. Blues favorites with a compact team, in great growth but which was dist



Chelsea's goal is to win the first trophy, waiting to lock down the third or fourth place and then launch the assault on Manchester City in the Champions League final. Leicester's is to win something after the historic Scudetto with Ranieri. There are many expectations for the final of the Fa Cup, orphan of the two Manchester. Blues favorites with a compact team, in great growth but which was distracted by losing the derby with Arsenal which risks having consequences. Liverpool in fact won at Manchester United and moved to 4 points from Chelsea's fourth place with a game to recover. Reds are therefore back in the game for the Champions League and favorites at West Brom. First match as champions for City, who have not been able to celebrate on the pitch yet and will do so tonight in the match-exhibition with Newcastle.But Guardiola, who toasts the 31 trophies he has achieved, never wants any distraction. West Ham tries to chase the Champions League looking for victory at Brighton.

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Newcastle-Manchester City tonight


Burnley-Leeds Saturday 13.30


Southampton-Fulham 16


Brighton-West Ham 21


Crystal Palace-Aston Villa Sunday 13


Tottenham-Wolves 15


West Brom-Liverpool 17.30


Everton-Sheffield Utd 20


Chelsea-Arsenal 0-1


Manchester Utd-Leicester 1-2

Source: ansa

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