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1 Mar 2021
Chelsea played out a draw against Manchester United in a game where both teams' lack of cutting edge in attack was glaring. On #TheNutmeg, Solomon Fowowe muses what solution Chelsea and Manchester United must come up with to solve their attacking issues. Also, watch out for The Nutmeg's Player of the weekend.
22 Feb 2021
EPL defeat sees Liverpool hit 98-year low after fourth successive loss at Anfield. Everton's defeat over the weekend has seen them hit a 98-year low, with the Reds suffering four successive league reversals at Anfield for the first time since 1923.

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