Monday, 31 March 2014

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  • Daniel Curry: The neutrals wants Liverpool to win the Premier League and it'd be really good if someone else different.
    Crispin Peterson: Liverpool have real tests against Chelsea and Manchester City. Win both or draw both will be good depending if they beat the teams lower than them.
    Jamie Lee Conday: Liverpool are actually starting to deserve it. Demolishing teams at will, supposedly rival squads too.
    Will new leaders Liverpool hold their nerve and win the Premier League title? Or will they fade during the run-in? Tweet #bbcsportsday or post a message on the Sportmasta.
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    Man Utd v Bayern Munich (Tuesday, 19:45 BST)
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    Daily Mirror's David McDonnell at Manchester United open training ahead of Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final with Bayern Munich: "Manager David Moyes took part in a session of keep-ball with players including Ryan Giggs and Rio Ferdinand, the latter being caught in the spray of a sprinkler which went off without warning.
    "Moyes, nutmegged by Wayne Rooney in a Champions League training session a fortnight ago, suffered the same fate again, this time Jonny Evans getting the better of his boss."
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    Title race run-in
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    Liverpool might not have won a league title for 24 years, but plenty of Reds players know what it takes to finish top a table. Of the 11 who started against Tottenham on Sunday, seven have won a championship somewhere in the world.
    Glen Johnson and Daniel Sturridge have Premier League winners' medals from their time with Chelsea while Simon Mignolet lifted the Belgian Second Division title with Sint-Truiden in 2009. In addition, defender Martin Skrtel triumphed in Russia with Zenit in 2007.
    Daniel Agger has a title medal in Denmark from his spell with Brondby in 2005, Philippe Coutinho won Brazil's second-tier with Vasco da Gama in 2009, and Luis Suarez has won titles in Uruguay and Netherlands with Nacional and Ajax respectively.
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    Mark Lawrenson won five league titles at Liverpool and the 56-year-old tells BBC Radio 4 that belief is growing the Reds can end their 24-year wait for the championship. Liverpool are two points clear at the top of the table after a 4-0 win over Tottenham on Sunday.
    Former defender Lawrenson adds: "I was there and there is that great expectancy. That in itself will bring more pressure on to the players. You'd argue that Sunday was the first time really that everyone started to believe, if you're a Liverpool fan, that they could win the league."
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