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Liverpool ready to cut loose against Burnley; West Ham upset Chelsea?

The ESPN FC crew identify the elements leading to Liverpool's current rise in the Premier League table.

Liverpool ready to cut loose

A bonus set of Premier League midweek fixtures for us to get our teeth into this week and let's start with a 33/1 correct score bet. Yes, you heard me, a 33/1 correct score bet.

It comes at Anfield, where Liverpool take on Burnley, fresh from beating Manchester City at the weekend, a result achieved without Daniel Sturridge for much of the match. Sturridge will be back for Burnley and that could spell trouble for Sean Dyche's side, who themselves have done superbly well...

Can Liverpool add to Man City's misery; who will in the League Cup?

Daniel Sturridge is getting back to full fitness for Liverpool.

Liverpool to hold Man City

With Chelsea in League Cup action this weekend, Manchester City have the chance to cut the gap at the top of the table to just two points. But to do that, they'll have to win at Liverpool, something they failed to do last season when their title challenge almost bit the dust -- and something they have not managed since the 2002-03 season.

With Liverpool very much on the up and with City having lost at home to Barcelona in midweek, this match could be pivotal to the title...

Lampard to score against Barcelona? Can Man City pull off a win?

Can veteran Frank Lampard find a way past Barcelona?

A big week of Champions League games can see some big bets. Who will win out in Europe?

Encouragement for Man City

If Manchester City are to get past Barcelona in the Champions League this year then surely they need to take a lead to the Camp Nou. The Catalans remain a mighty force when on their game but so much depends on Lionel Messi and reports of disharmony between star player and coach Luis Enrique will only encourage City as they prepare to face Barcelona at the Etihad on Tuesday night.

There's...

Toure's return to boost City, while Liverpool have top four momentum

Fernando has admitted that Manchester City have missed Yaya Toure -- but the Ivorian is now back and ready to aid their title push.

There are just 13 matches remaining for teams in the Premier League and as things get tasty at the top and bottom, the pressure is being ratcheted up. The top sides are coming even more to the fore but the strugglers are fighting for their lives and that makes them dangerous.

Chelsea are the only one of the top four who played in Europe in midweek while Tottenham, Liverpool and Everton will all have to cope with the extra game in their legs thanks to their Europa League exploits.

Were Chelsea playing...

Chelsea to win in Paris but Mourinho should be wary of Zlatan

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti disagrees with Alejandro Moreno, saying that PSG should not be written off just yet ahead of their Champions League round of 16 match against Chelsea, as he feels the side can turn its fortunes around.

The Champions League returns this week with some mouth-watering ties as four of the last-16 matches are played, involving Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Chelsea.

Chelsea and PSG clash in the knock-out stages for the second straight year, 12 months on from a topsy-turvy two-leg affair when PSG won in France but Chelsea pipped them on away goals after a 2-0 win in England.

Omens look good for Mourinho

The first leg is again in France but PSG have some serious injury problems, with Yohan Cabaye, Marquinhos,...

Liverpool can win at Crystal Palace, bet on the draw at Aston Villa

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard needs a scan on his injured hamstring and is likely to miss their FA Cup tie with Crystal Palace.

Motivation and form can take Liverpool through

Football fans tend to have long memories and for Liverpool supporters, that's probably just as well as they continue to try to regain former glories. So close last year, it's now almost 25 years since they last won the league, the 1989-90 season which will also be remembered for their stunning 4-3 defeat at Palace in the FA Cup.

The two sides meet again in the Cup for the second time since that heady day for Palace fans (the Eagles also won when they...