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Liverpool vs Everton FA Cup and Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 34: Open Thread

fa cup Liverpool vs Everton FA Cup and Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 34: Open Thread

Two massive matches kick off early on Saturday between Liverpool and Everton in the FA Cup semi-final, and Norwich against Manchester City in the Premier League. There’s plenty on the line in both matches. The bragging rights of Merseyside and a chance to be one match away from lifting a piece of silverware awaits the winner of the Liverpool-Everton match at Wembley. Meanwhile, in East Anglia, Norwich is at home against Manchester City. If Roberto Mancini’s men can get all three points, they’ll narrow United’s lead at the top of the table to just two points.

If that wasn’t enough, there’s also a few other Premier League matches in store today — and all three involve teams fighting to avoid relegation. Wolves go to Sunderland hoping for three points to give Wolves supporters some distant hope. Blackburn travels to Swansea where Steve Kean’s side will be hoping to get three valuable points (and the double) over the Swans. And QPR travels to The Hawthorns to take on a West Bromwich Albion side still recovering from their defeat against Manchester City mid-week.

Before, during and after today’s English football matches, share your rants, raves, questions and observations in the comments section below.

Enjoy your football!


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