Premier league fixtures 2018/19

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Opening day fixtures

Bournemouth v Cardiff City

Arsenal v Manchester City

Fulham v Crystal Palace

Huddersfield Town v Chelsea

Liverpool v West Ham United

Manchester United v Leicester City

Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur

Southampton v Burnley

Watford v Brighton

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Everton

Final day fixtures

Brighton v Manchester City

Burnley v Arsenal

Crystal Palace v Bournemouth

Fulham v Newcastle United

Leicester City v Chelsea

Liverpool v Wolverhampton

Manchester United v Cardiff City

Southampton v Huddersfield Town

Tottenham Hotspur v Everton

Watford v West Ham United

Champions League; Manchester City hammered by Liverpool

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Composed Liverpool cruised to victory against premier league leaders Manchester City at Anfield to take charge of their Champions League quater final tie.

First half goals from Salah, Chamberlain and Mane salvaged a win for the host while Manchester City failed to get a shot on target.

Liverpool’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain celebrates after his tremendous finish put his side 2-0 up after only 20 minutes against Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-final first leg.

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Both sides meet for the second leg on Tuesday 10th of April with Manchester City hoping to save themselves into the next round

Nike unveils England and Nigerian world cup kits

Nike unveiled two of its team kits months ahead of the 21st edition of the FIFA World Cup 2018 tournament, taking place June. The kits of both countries reveal clear evidence of hints from historic kits blended with a tourch of “modern fashion and culture”

England’s kits

Nike unveiled home and away kits together with a collection of matching tracksuits.

Both kits feature the Saint George’s cross on the outer back neck, while a rosette is located on the inside.

A custom typeface based on Johnston and Gil Sans fonts was designed for player names, and numbers have been moved from the centre of the shirt to below the crest to make the fabric more breathable. The home kit shows a classic look, pairing a white shirt with blue shorts – both accented by red trimming.

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Nigeria’s Football kit

The home kit is based on the shirt worn by Nigeria first team to qualify for the competition in 1994. Feather-inspired patterns feature across the whole shirt – black and white for the sleeves, and green and white for the torso.

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Similar pattern is also seen on Nigeria’s pre-match shirt and training apparel. Super Eagles, the team’s nickname, is stretched across the shoulders. The away kit offers a stripped-back version of its home counterpart and is made from a dark green fabric fearing a bright green crest.

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