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We look back at the last few days of football, starting with Manchester United’s 2-1 defeat at the hands of Wolves – a third defeat in the last four games for Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s team, their worst run of the season.
Manchester City go back top with a win over Cardiff, but Liverpool have the chance to put the pressure on this weekend as City play in the FA Cup semis. Fulham are relegated, with far more money spent than leadership shown.
We look ahead to the weekend’s action in the Premier League and the FA Cup, before rounding up the midweek fixtures across Europe; Serie A’s week dominated by the racist abuse Moise Kean suffered from Cagliari fans as his Juventus side won 2-0.
Back on Monday! And hopefully with comments.
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