The holiday season is often a defining period in the English Premier League calendar, and a visit to fellow title and top four hopefuls Tottenham is the start of a five-game stint that will likely determine what Liverpool’s ambitions for the rest of the campaign will be. Continue reading →
With 10 matches left in Liverpool’s Premier League campaign, the club sits 10 points behind Chelsea for fourth place. The gap between the club and fifth place Arsenal is just five points, representing automatic qualification for the Europa League. The remaining schedule could be much worse than it is, with only three fixtures against sides placed higher than the Reds in the table. The first comes this weekend against Tottenham Hotspur. Every match is essentially a must-win, but stopping Gareth Bale and Co. at Anfield may be the most difficult task left on the schedule. Continue reading →
Hopefully the previous piece was pretty clear and you came away with a better understanding of the Liverpool team. In this article I’m going to review some of the conclusions that came out of the previous piece and see if I can use chalkboards, heat maps, and action area diagrams from Squawka.com to verify whether or not I was right.