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Photo: Mo Salah scored his third Liverpool hattrick to steer the Red to a 4-3 win over Leeds United at Anfield. (Getty Images)





The marquee game of the opening day, on the opening weekend of the highly anticipated English Premier League season, lived up to all the hype and all the expectations as Liverpool and Leeds produced a seven goal thriller at Anfield, with the defending champions running out 4-3 victors, in an enthralling game of football that became an instant classic.

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Photo: Arsenal Manager Mikel Arteta poses with the Community Shield after Arsenal defeated Liverpool 5-4 on penalties after a 1-1 full time draw. (Getty Images)





Two titles in the space of a few short weeks has given rise to great optimism at Arsenal and even more so, among their long-suffering fans.

Arsenal legend, Mikel Arteta, took over last December and since then has improved the club both on and off the field.

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Photo: Jurgen Klopp will oversee his first Community Shield match today as Liverpool take on Arsenal in the traditional season opener at Wembley Stadium (Getty Images)





The 2020-21 English Premier League season gets underway today with the traditional season opener, the Community Shield game between FA Cup winners Arsenal and league champions Liverpool starting at 11:00am.

 |  Written by Marvin Walters  |  0
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Photo: Manchester United Manager Jose Mourinho and Liverpool Manager Jurgen Klopp will lock horns at Old Trafford on Sunday in an English Premier League top six blockbuster. (Getty Images)

Two of England's football powerhouses and greatest rivals are set to lock horns at the 'Theatre Of Dreams' on Sunday, as the battle for English Premier League supremacy intensifies.

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Photo: Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers (Getty Images)

Liverpool sacked Brendan Rodgers following their 1-1 draw with Everton on Sunday. The Mersyside derby was a very important match for Rogers and had he won that game he would have kept his job a bit longer. The draw against Everton means that Rogers and Liverpool had only managed to win 1 of their last 9 games.

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Photo: Philippe Coutinho unleashes a thunderbolt that hands Liverpool a season opening win at the Britannia Stadium on Sunday. Liverpool defeated Stoke City in the late Barclays Premier League.

An 86th minute wonder strike from Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho was enough to hand Liverpool all three points against Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium on Sunday. The Mersyside team got their new premier league campaign off to a good start, while they exacted revenge for the humiliating defeat to the Potters on the last day of last season when they were flogged 6-1.

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Liverpool is still celebrating a well deserved 1-0 over Sunderland in the early kick off in the English Premier League on Saturday morning, while star man Raheem Sterling is in Jamaica soaking up some of the Caribbean sun.

Raheem posted a picture online of himself wearing sunglasses and a floppy sunhat.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers said he had "always planned" to give the 20-year-old - who has played more minutes than any other outfield player in the Premier League this season - a break.

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Photo: Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard (Getty Images)


Perhaps the most significant moment in English Football along with the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson from Manchester United, the departure of Steven Gerrard from Liverpool is historic. The 34 year old midfield general will depart Anfield and the Kop at the end of this season ending his 26 years association with his boyhood club.

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Photo: Diego Costa (Getty Images)

After six rounds of games in the Barclays Premier League it is so close that 3rd placed Manchester City lead 12th placed Leicester City by only 3 points. Based on this weekend’s fixtures we could be in for another wild swing in the tables as some big names come head to head.