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Liverpool vs Man City confirmed teams: Claudio Bravo and Angelino start in huge Premier League title clash

talkSPORT Sunday, 10 November 2019 ()
Manchester City have named Claudio Bravo in goal for their match with Liverpool in the Premier League. No.1 Ederson was injured in the Champions League in midweek and has been unable to get back to fitness in time for the huge title clash at Anfield. Bravo stepped in for Ederson against Atalanta but let in […]
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Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan believes there's still 'a long way' to go in the Premier League title race following their 3-1 defeat to rivals Liverpool.

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