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Liverpool must dig deep to keep Man City title fight alive

Bangkok Post Friday, 3 May 2019
LONDON - Liverpool must lift themselves after being floored by a Lionel Messi masterclass in Barcelona if they are to take the Premier League title race against a relentless Manchester City into the final weekend of the season.
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Man City and Liverpool go head to head for the title race, Man Utd can’t catch a break and Leeds purposely allow Villa to equalise. All this plus the Premier League race are discussed in this week's Comments Below.

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