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PST’s Joe Prince-Wright and Mike Prindiville join host Jenna Corrado to break down the big game of the weekend form Stamford Bridge, plus the gang discuss Wayne Rooney’s red card and how that will impact Manchester United against Everton on Saturday.
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Arsenal and Chelsea are the only two unbeaten teams left in the Premier League but they clash in West London on Sunday. In this fixture last season Chelsea hammered the Gunners 6-0, will Jose Mourinho’s men dominate again?
As for a Rooney-less United against Everton, how will the Red Devils fare against Booby Martinez’s men?
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Steven Gerrard is not a happy man.
Following Liverpool’s 1-0 defeat to Basel in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday, the Reds have now lost four of their opening nine games in all competitions this season and just don’t seem to be clicking into the form which almost saw them win the Premier League title last season.
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Gerrard, 34, believes a lack of desire is one of the main issues impacting the Anfield club, as Liverpool’s 17-year veteran midfielder has called out his teammates.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the defeat to Basel, Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard gave an honest assessment of his teams outing.
“I think we created a good few openings where you would expect us to go and score but we didn’t deserve anything out of this game,” Gerrard said. “I thought we were too soft all over the pitch. I thought they…
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Amid the scores of gray (and sometimes charcoal) hats on the Gotham police force, could it be that the aggressive, ambitious and “by the book” Major Crimes Unit detectives are the “good guys” here?
In this exclusive featurette for the freshman Fox drama (airing Mondays at 8/7c), series regulars Victoria Cartagena and Andrew Stewart-Jones make a case for MCU detectives Renee Montoya and Crispus Allen being the best of the bunch.
Especially when — as seen in a clip here — they hold themselves up against the likes of Det. Jim Gordon, whom they believe to have whacked Oswald Cobblepot on behalf of crime boss Carmine Falcone.
Watch the video and weigh in: Can Allen and Montoya be trusted?