Tottenham and Manchester City sought to keep their faint title hopes alive with comfortable home wins over Watford and Hull respectively while Champions-elect Chelsea are at Bournemouth.

Elsewhere, Stoke gave up a 1-0 lead at home to Liverpool and lost 2-1 while Middlesbrough's hopes of beating the drop took a hit when they drew 0-0 at home to Burnley


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Jim Bennings
1 Posted 08/04/2017 at 17:15:08
Mick

I agree, the thing that swings an average Liverpool team though is being able to rely upon matchwinners like Coutinho, Firminho etc when all we have is Lukaku (when he's in the mood) and an erratic headless chuck Barkley plus a couple of potentially half decent kids.

Frank Crewe
2 Posted 08/04/2017 at 17:24:15
Jim I would have to agree. Stevie Me carried them for years and it would appear the wheelbarrow has passed to Coutinho.

It's what we need. Just one genuine world class player can make all the difference. As it is we just don't have one. Rom is not world class regardless of what him and his old man think.

Mick Davies
3 Posted 08/04/2017 at 18:32:46
What is it with cowardly managers in the Premier League?

Evertonian Walters scores against them once again; so Hughes takes him off and brings Whelan on to hold on to the lead, and within one minute, the Kopites equalise, then score again. I just hope Koeman learns the lessons that Moyes never did, and doesn't resort to these surrender tactics again.

Colin Glassar
4 Posted 08/04/2017 at 19:05:41
We've had 30 years of waving a white flag, Mick, it's in our DNA unfortunately.

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