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This Week: Football Phrasal Verbs 3

This Week: Football Phrasal Verbs 3

Welcome to This Week from Premier Skills English, a weekly review of football action for learners of English from across the globe. In This Week, Rich, Laura and Jack talk about the latest action from the Premier League and have lots of football English for you to learn.

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This Week: Football Phrasal Verbs 3 

Laura: Hello my name’s Laura and welcome to our weekly round-up section called ‘This Week’ on Premier Skills English. 

Jack: Hi there. I’m Jack. We’ve got lots of interesting words and phrases to help you talk about football in English.

Rich: My name’s Rich. If you want to listen and read at the same time we have a transcript of this podcast on the Premier Skills English website.

Laura: This week we focus on Premier League wins for West Ham, Manchester United and Newcastle United.

Jack: We’re going to look at three headlines from the weekend’s action and look at some phrasal verbs we use in those headlines.

Rich: We want you to use and practise these phrasal verbs by interacting with football fans from around the world in our comments section.

Laura: You can find all our latest content on the Premier Skills English homepage or the Premier Skills-British Council Facebook page. 

Jack: The phrasal verbs we are looking at this week are: to turn out, to fight back, to rule out, to run out of, to turn around and to stay up.

Rich: Remember that we’ll also have a language challenge for you to have a go at later in the show so you need to be ready for that.

Headline 1

Jack: Hammers in the hunt for Europe.

Laura: West Ham’s fantastic season continued with a 3-2 win against top-four rivals, Leicester City. Jesse Lingard scored twice as West Ham raced into a 3-0 lead, early in the second half. From there, the match turned out to be more difficult. Leicester fought back with two goals from Kelechi Ihenacho but it wasn’t enough for the Foxes.

Rich: This could turn out to be a really special season for West Ham. They are in fourth place and are just a point behind Leicester.

Jack: They could qualify for the Champions League for the first-ever time.

Laura: And Leicester need to improve or this season could turn out to be another missed opportunity.

Rich: Let’s look at some language. The two phrasal verbs we want to look at are: to turn out and to fight back.

Jack: Let’s start with the phrasal verb to turn out; we’ve used it a few times already. In the headline, Laura said the match turned out to be more difficult.

Laura: In this example, turn out is followed by to be and we use it to say that something ended differently from how we expected. West Ham thought the match was going to be easy because they were winning 3-0 but it turned out to be more difficult as Leicester scored twice.

Rich: I also used this phrasal verb when I said this season could turn out to be a very special season for West Ham. It could prove to be a better season than people might have expected, it could be a very special season because they could qualify for the Champions League for the first time.

Jack: And Laura said Leicester need to improve or this season could turn out to be another missed opportunity.

Laura: Leicester have been in the top four all season so don’t want to miss out on qualifying for the Champions League. That’s what happened last season.

Rich: At least Leicester improved in the second half against West Ham. They fought back and could have got a point.

Jack: This is our second phrasal verb: to fight back. In the headline, Laura said Leicester fought back with two goals from Kelechi Ihenacho.

Laura: To fight back means to attack someone who has attacked you. It could be used to describe a fight between two people or animals but it doesn’t necessarily need to describe physical fighting.

Rich: It’s used in football to describe a team that is losing that starts attacking and scoring goals. Leicester fought back but it was too late for them to get anything out of this game.

Jack: Let’s move on to our second headline.

Headline 2 

Laura: United fight back to beat Tottenham.

Rich: Manchester United came from behind to beat Spurs 3-1. United thought they had taken the lead but had a goal ruled out before Son Heung-min scored for Tottenham just before the break. United stormed back after the break with three goals against a Tottenham team that ran out of attacking ideas.

Jack: A good win for United but a bad day for Spurs who are struggling to get into the top four this season.

Laura: Yes, it’s very different from the start of the season. If you remember, Spurs won the match at Old Trafford 6-1.

Rich: OK, we want to look at two more phrasal verbs. The phrasal verbs that we have taken from this headline are: to rule out and to run out of.

Jack: In the headline, Rich said United had a goal ruled out in the first half.

Laura: In football, to rule something out is nearly always referring to a goal that has been disallowed by the referee or VAR.

Rich: United’s goal was ruled out because of a foul. The goal was disallowed - it was ruled out.

Jack: More generally we use the phrasal verb rule out to say that something is not possible or an option or choice has been excluded and definitely won’t happen.

Laura: We might say that one suspect has been ruled out of the murder inquiry as they have an alibi or that the recent peace talks have come to nothing but further talks have not been ruled out.

Rich: The second phrasal verb I want to look at from this headline is to run out of.

Jack: Rich said that Tottenham ran out of attacking ideas in the second half.

Laura: To run out of something means to finish a supply of something - to have nothing left of something. I might run out of peanut butter and have to go to the shops.

Rich: Tottenham ran out of attacking ideas - they couldn’t create any chances against United.

Jack: Remember that there are two particles in this multi-word verb: out and of. We need to say that we’ve run out of something.

Laura: Let’s move on to our final headline.

Headline 3

Rich: Newcastle closing in on Premier League safety.

Jack: Newcastle United fell behind early on in their match against Burnley but Allan Saint-Maximin came off the bench to turn the match around for the Magpies. Saint-Maximin first set up the equaliser for Jacob Murphy and then scored a brilliant winner. Newcastle are now six points clear of Fulham in their battle to stay up.

Laura: A great win for Newcastle. I really see them staying up now. It is looking more and more difficult for the bottom three clubs to turn things around.

Rich: I agree. Let’s look at our final two phrasal verbs. They are to turn something around and to stay up.

Jack: I said that Allan Saint-Maximin turned the match around for Newcastle.

Laura: To turn something around means to make something successful that was unsuccessful before.

Rich: Newcastle were losing but then Saint-Maximin came on and turned things around. Newcastle won the match.

Jack: This phrasal verb is often used in business. One business might buy another business that is not doing very well and turn it around. It becomes successful and profitable.

Laura: And there is a much more common meaning to turn around. It also means to change direction. If I ask you to turn around it means to face the other way. Teachers often say turn around and stop chatting to your friend.

Rich: The final phrasal verb this week is to stay up. Jack said that Newcastle are now six points clear of Fulham in their battle to stay up.

Jack: And Laura said: I really see them staying up now.

Laura: in football, to stay up means to remain in the division and not get relegated. I think Newcastle will stay up. I don’t think they will get relegated.

Rich: This phrasal verb has one other meaning that I know of. It means to go to bed later than usual.

Jack: Yeah, you can say things like I stayed up really late last night because I was revising.

Laura: I sometimes stay up late because I’m watching Netflix. It’s difficult to turn it off sometimes.

Rich: OK,  We’ve looked at three stories and six phrasal verbs in our headlines. The phrasal verbs we looked at were:  to turn out, to fight back, to rule out, to run out of, to turn around and to stay up.

Jack: Listen to the headlines again to hear these words and phrases in context and don’t forget to look at the website for the transcript if you want to check your understanding of this vocabulary.

Headlines - Repeat

Prediction

Laura: It’s time for our football prediction. Last week Rich got the prediction right because he said that Manchester United would win at Tottenham.

Jack: That means that you are going to make our prediction this week, Rich.

Rich: This weekend is FA Cup semi-final weekend. The first semi-final is between Manchester City and Chelsea and I’m going to go with Manchester City in that one but the second semi-final is much more difficult to predict. The match is Southampton and Leicester City. Leicester have never won the FA Cup and Southampton have only won it once a long, long time ago. It will be a close game and there will be lots of nerves and I’m going to go for a surprise result because I think Southampton will get through to the FA Cup Final. Final score: Southampton 1-0 Leicester City.

Laura: I’m not so sure. I think Leicester will win 2-1.

Jack: I think Leicester will win, too but they’ll need penalties to do it. 5-4 to Leicester on penalties.

Rich: What do you think the score will be? Do you agree with me, Jack or Laura?

Laura: We want you to talk about all this week’s football on the Premier Skills English website.

Language Challenge

Jack: To finish up the show we’ve got a quick language challenge connected to this week’s vocabulary.

Rich: We looked at six phrasal verbs in this week’s headlines and your language challenge is to use those phrasal verbs now.

Laura: We’re going to give you three sentences and you’ve got to decide which phrasal verb to use. You need to use one of the six we looked at earlier.  Can you guess the missing phrasal verb?

Rich: I’ve __________  adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

Jack: It’s exciting when a team _______ . I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.

Laura: I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t _______  yet.

Rich: We want you to write the answers on the Premier Skills English website where we have some more questions and activities connected to this week’s show.

Jack: Or write your answers on Apple Podcasts or on Youtube if that’s where you listen to us. Just write the answers in the comments and say hi.

Laura: Before we finish we just wanted to say that we hope you found this lesson useful and we hope all of you stay fit and healthy.

Rich: Bye for now and enjoy your football.

Headlines

Hammers in the hunt for Europe

Jesse Lingard has been brilliant since signing for West Ham.

West Ham’s fantastic season continued with a 3-2 win against top-four rivals, Leicester City. Jesse Lingard scored twice as West Ham raced into a 3-0 lead, early in the second half. From there, the match turned out to be more difficult. Leicester fought back with two goals from Kelechi Ihenacho but it wasn’t enough for the Foxes.

Headlines

United fight back to beat Tottenham

Fred scored one of United's goals.

Manchester United came from behind to beat Spurs 3-1. United thought they had taken the lead but had a goal ruled out before Son Heung-min scored for Tottenham just before the break. United stormed back after the break with three goals against a Tottenham team that ran out of attacking ideas.

Headlines

Newcastle closing in on Premier League safety

Allan Saint-Maximin made a goal and scored a goal for Newcastle.

Newcastle United fell behind early on in their match against Burnley but Allan Saint-Maximin came off the bench to turn the match around for the Magpies. Saint-Maximin first set up the equaliser for Jacob Murphy and then scored a brilliant winner. Newcastle are now six points clear of Fulham in their battle to stay up.

Vocabulary

Phrasal verbs in the headlines

Chelsea won 4-1 at Crystal Palace.

We looked at six words and phrases in our headlines that you can learn to improve your English. Take a look at the phrasal verbs in bold. Do you understand what they mean?

The second half turned out to be more difficult than West Ham thought it would be.

Leicester fought back with two goals from Kelechi Ihenacho.

United had a goal ruled out in the first half.

Tottenham ran out of attacking ideas.

Allan Saint-Maximin came off the bench to turn the match around for the Magpies.

Newcastle are now six points clear of Fulham in their battle to stay up.

Prediction

Football Prediction: Leicester City v Southampton

Leicester play Southampton in one of the FA Cup semi-finals this weekend.

It's FA Cup semi-final weekend. Rich thinks Manchester City and Southampton will get through to the final but Jack and Laura think Leicester will get through. What do you think will happen? Here are the FA Cup matches and all this weekend's Premier League fixtures:

Manchester City v Chelsea

Southampton v Leicester City

Leeds beat Manchester City last weekend.

Everton v Spurs

Newcastle v West Ham

Wolves v Shffield United

Arsenal v Fulham

Manchester United v Burnley

Leeds v Liverpool

Vocabulary

Language Challenge

Trent Alexander-Arnold got a last-minute winner for Liverpool against Aston Villa.

Jack, Laura and Rich set you a language challenge. In the podcast, we used six phrasal verbs. Here are three more sentences that use three of these phrasal verbs. Can you guess the missing phrasal verbs?

I’ve __________ adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

It’s exciting when a team _______. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.

I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t _______  yet.

Write the correct answer in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

Discuss

Talk about the headlines

Jesse Lingard is in fine form for West Ham.

Jack, Laura and Rich looked at three stories in the news and some phrasal verbs that might be new to you. Now it's your turn! Have a look at the questions and write your answers in the comments section below.

  1. Who had a goal ruled out at the weekend?
  2. Which team got an important three points in their battle to stay up?
  3. Which team's season could turn out to be a very good one?
  4. Have you got a prediction?
  5. Can you do our language challenge?

Write your comments and answers in the section below.

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miguelmotti
07/05/2021
BR
114
points

My cruzeiro will be in the final, chorafranga...


miguelmotti
07/05/2021 19:41
Brazil
Manchester United
114

My cruzeiro will be in the final, chorafranga...

Ranj
25/04/2021
NO
57
points

I’ve *** *** ** adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

It’s exciting when a team ****** ****. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.

I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t **** ******** *** yet.


Ranj
25/04/2021 18:19
Norway
Manchester City
57

I’ve *** *** ** adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

It’s exciting when a team ****** ****. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.

I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t **** ******** *** yet.

czaplima
18/04/2021
PL
51
points

I’ve *** *** ** adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

It’s exciting when a team ***** ****. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.

I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t **** ** *** yet.


czaplima
18/04/2021 15:43
Poland
Manchester United
51

I’ve *** *** ** adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

It’s exciting when a team ***** ****. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.

I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t **** ** *** yet.

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hsn
17/04/2021
TR
2113
points

All of them happened in a match this week here. Two own-goals from the same player. What a sad for him. Then two penalty goals in favour of his team for consolation-:) Match's score was two all.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBcbrhToS3M


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hsn
17/04/2021 12:13
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
2113

All of them happened in a match this week here. Two own-goals from the same player. What a sad for him. Then two penalty goals in favour of his team for consolation-:) Match's score was two all.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBcbrhToS3M

jacek
17/04/2021
PL
227
points

I’ve *** *** ** adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

It’s exciting when a team ***** ****. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.

I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t **** ** *** yet.


jacek
17/04/2021 07:07
Poland
Southampton
227

I’ve *** *** ** adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

It’s exciting when a team ***** ****. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.

I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t **** ** *** yet.

Bertoldt
15/04/2021
ID
147
points

I’ve turned out adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

It’s exciting when a team ****** ****. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.

I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t **** ** *** yet.


Bertoldt
15/04/2021 15:29
Indonesia
Liverpool
147

I’ve turned out adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

It’s exciting when a team ****** ****. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.

I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t **** ** *** yet.

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Alex_from_Ukraine
15/04/2021
UA
5874
points

Hammers' season could turn out to be a very good one.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
15/04/2021 02:30
Ukraine
Liverpool
5874

Hammers' season could turn out to be a very good one.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
15/04/2021
UA
5874
points

I've got a prediction that Liverpool finishes fourth or third in the PL.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
15/04/2021 02:29
Ukraine
Liverpool
5874

I've got a prediction that Liverpool finishes fourth or third in the PL.

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Rich
15/04/2021
ES
517
points

Well, we've only got the league to concentrate on now :(


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Rich
15/04/2021 21:24
Spain
Liverpool
517

Well, we've only got the league to concentrate on now :(

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
15/04/2021
UA
5874
points

I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can't **** ** *** yet.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
15/04/2021 02:27
Ukraine
Liverpool
5874

I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can't **** ** *** yet.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
15/04/2021
UA
5874
points

It’s exciting when a team ****** ****. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
15/04/2021 02:26
Ukraine
Liverpool
5874

It’s exciting when a team ****** ****. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
15/04/2021
UA
5874
points

I’ve *** *** ** adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
15/04/2021 02:25
Ukraine
Liverpool
5874

I’ve *** *** ** adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

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mobeckham
14/04/2021
TR
5862
points

Language Challenge :

I’ve *** *** ** adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

It’s exciting when a team ***** ****. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.

I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t **** **** *** yet.


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mobeckham
14/04/2021 14:21
Turkey
Manchester United
5862

Language Challenge :

I’ve *** *** ** adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

It’s exciting when a team ***** ****. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.

I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t **** **** *** yet.

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mobeckham
14/04/2021
TR
5862
points

FA Cup Semi-Finals Predictions :

Manchester City 2-1 Chelsea
Southampton 2-3 Leicester City

Gameweek 32 Predictions :

Everton 1-1 Spurs
Newcastle 2-1 West Ham
Wolves 2-0 Shffield United
Arsenal 1-0 Fulham
Manchester United 2-0 Burnley
Leeds 2-3 Liverpool


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mobeckham
14/04/2021 14:19
Turkey
Manchester United
5862

FA Cup Semi-Finals Predictions :

Manchester City 2-1 Chelsea
Southampton 2-3 Leicester City

Gameweek 32 Predictions :

Everton 1-1 Spurs
Newcastle 2-1 West Ham
Wolves 2-0 Shffield United
Arsenal 1-0 Fulham
Manchester United 2-0 Burnley
Leeds 2-3 Liverpool

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mobeckham
14/04/2021
TR
5862
points

1. Manchester United’s Cavani had his goal ruled out due to a controversial decision made by the referee. The Reds had a first-half Cavani goal harshly chalked off for a perceived foul on Heung-min Son in the build-up and, minutes later, Son gave Jose Mourinho's men the lead.

2. Newcastle United got a massive win and a crucial 3 points in their race to stay up in the top flight and stay away from the relegation zone after the magical touches from Allan Saint-Maximin who set up and scored two goals after 5 minutes of his participation in the game.

3. Westham United’s could turn out to be a marvellous season if they are successful to qualify to the Champions League for the first time in their history. The likes of Jesse Lingard , Michael Antonio , Declan Rice and Jarrod Bowen could make their dreams come true in the following weeks.


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mobeckham
14/04/2021 14:17
Turkey
Manchester United
5862

1. Manchester United’s Cavani had his goal ruled out due to a controversial decision made by the referee. The Reds had a first-half Cavani goal harshly chalked off for a perceived foul on Heung-min Son in the build-up and, minutes later, Son gave Jose Mourinho's men the lead.

2. Newcastle United got a massive win and a crucial 3 points in their race to stay up in the top flight and stay away from the relegation zone after the magical touches from Allan Saint-Maximin who set up and scored two goals after 5 minutes of his participation in the game.

3. Westham United’s could turn out to be a marvellous season if they are successful to qualify to the Champions League for the first time in their history. The likes of Jesse Lingard , Michael Antonio , Declan Rice and Jarrod Bowen could make their dreams come true in the following weeks.

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hsn
13/04/2021
TR
2113
points

I've *** *** **adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

It's exciting when a team ***** ****. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.


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hsn
13/04/2021 16:00
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
2113

I've *** *** **adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.

It's exciting when a team ***** ****. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.

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hsn
13/04/2021
TR
2113
points

1. M.UNITED
2. NEWCASTLE
3. WESTHAM
4. M.CITY (1) CHELSEA (1)--------SOUTHAMPTON (0) L.CITY (1)
5. LANGUAGE CHALLENGE

I’ve TURNED OUT adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.
It’s exciting when a team TURN AROUND. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.
I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t **** ** *** yet.

PHRASES;

• It has been turned out that she/he might be a good swimmer and to be qualified for Olympic games.
• The public budget deficit turned out to be permanent even though new taxes will be implemented. But after intensive debates in parliament many of them have been ruled out from agenda.
• It doesn't matter we might run out of money because we have limitless credit cards-:)
• Company was in bad financial conditions however new manager turned it around by controlling cost and revenue policies. Finally, they stayed up in the market.

P.S:
I wonder if the player can play with ball while she/he is on the ground. I've watched an event like this at this week LaLiga-Spain match. I couldn't find any football rules contracted this issue.


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hsn
13/04/2021 10:08
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
2113

1. M.UNITED
2. NEWCASTLE
3. WESTHAM
4. M.CITY (1) CHELSEA (1)--------SOUTHAMPTON (0) L.CITY (1)
5. LANGUAGE CHALLENGE

I’ve TURNED OUT adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.
It’s exciting when a team TURN AROUND. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.
I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t **** ** *** yet.

PHRASES;

• It has been turned out that she/he might be a good swimmer and to be qualified for Olympic games.
• The public budget deficit turned out to be permanent even though new taxes will be implemented. But after intensive debates in parliament many of them have been ruled out from agenda.
• It doesn't matter we might run out of money because we have limitless credit cards-:)
• Company was in bad financial conditions however new manager turned it around by controlling cost and revenue policies. Finally, they stayed up in the market.

P.S:
I wonder if the player can play with ball while she/he is on the ground. I've watched an event like this at this week LaLiga-Spain match. I couldn't find any football rules contracted this issue.

Jacek-Poland
12/04/2021
PL
470
points

1. Manchester United had a goal ruled out.
2. Newcastle battles to stay up.
3. West Ham has a fantastic season.
4 I haven't because I didn't make a prediction.
5 I have already done it.:)


Jacek-Poland
12/04/2021 19:17
Poland
Liverpool
470

1. Manchester United had a goal ruled out.
2. Newcastle battles to stay up.
3. West Ham has a fantastic season.
4 I haven't because I didn't make a prediction.
5 I have already done it.:)

Jacek-Poland
12/04/2021
PL
470
points

I’ve ********* adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.
It’s exciting when a team *********. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.
I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t ********* yet.


Jacek-Poland
12/04/2021 19:05
Poland
Liverpool
470

I’ve ********* adjectives to describe how good Manchester City have been this season.
It’s exciting when a team *********. I don’t like it when matches are really one-sided.
I don't think Manchester City will win four trophies this season but you can’t ********* yet.

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Alex_from_Ukraine
12/04/2021
UA
5874
points

Manchester City 1 : 1 Chelsea

Southampton 2 : 1 Leicester City


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Alex_from_Ukraine
12/04/2021 18:10
Ukraine
Liverpool
5874

Manchester City 1 : 1 Chelsea

Southampton 2 : 1 Leicester City

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Alex_from_Ukraine
12/04/2021
UA
5874
points

Leeds 1 : 2 Liverpool


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Alex_from_Ukraine
12/04/2021 18:09
Ukraine
Liverpool
5874

Leeds 1 : 2 Liverpool

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Alex_from_Ukraine
12/04/2021
UA
5874
points

Everton 2 : 2 Spurs

Newcastle 1 : 0 West Ham

Wolves 3 : 0 Sheffield United

Arsenal 2 : 1Fulham

Manchester United 1 : 2 Burnley


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Alex_from_Ukraine
12/04/2021 18:09
Ukraine
Liverpool
5874

Everton 2 : 2 Spurs

Newcastle 1 : 0 West Ham

Wolves 3 : 0 Sheffield United

Arsenal 2 : 1Fulham

Manchester United 1 : 2 Burnley

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Alex_from_Ukraine
12/04/2021
UA
5874
points

Lingard is making his own history, not less.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
12/04/2021 18:07
Ukraine
Liverpool
5874

Lingard is making his own history, not less.

miguelmotti
07/05/2021
BR
114
points

my man j lingz


miguelmotti
07/05/2021 19:43
Brazil
Manchester United
114

my man j lingz

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Top Scorers
RankNameScore
1Alex_from_Ukraine5874
2mobeckham5862
3wsanta4759
4kwesimanifest4754
5Liubomyr4312
6elghoul3988
7assemjuve3705
8aragorn19863557
9Gergő Nagy3396
10haydi3189
Country ranking
RankNameScore
1Colombia71402
2Ukraine33363
3Serbia27078
4Spain23601
5Albania20480
6Brazil19669
7Macedonia19063
8Bosnia and Herzegovina16268
9Vietnam15818
10Turkey14576
Club ranking
RankNameScore
1Manchester United126654
2Liverpool95045
3Chelsea79934
4Arsenal74922
5Manchester City46630
6Tottenham Hotspur13090
7Leicester City12159
8Newcastle United10031
9Leeds United5458
10West Ham United5168

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