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whats score is the little Livers against Watford tonight? cant find a link any bastard where?


Not allowed to be broadcast live, as UEFA have a daft rule saying that other football within Europe cannot be televised and clash with their competitions.


I've got an eye on The Bib Theorists Twitter page for updates.


We're currently 2-0 up. Goals from Trickett-Smith and Wilson. 5 minutes to go.

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The line-up was as follows:


Fulton, Randall, Jones, Williams, Maguire, Rossiter, Brannagan, Wilson, Trickett-Smith, Ojo, Kent.


Subs: Hart, Firth, Cleary, Sinclair, Chirivella.

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Great to see Fulton back in the side as well. Hopefully he can get back on track after his injuries.

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Was surprised to see Man Utd going out to a lower league club earlier in the week ( Huddersfield I seem to remember ).

The apple doesnt fall far from the tree.

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City lost at home to Fulham last night.


Quarter final draw as it looks right now:


Fulham vs Huddersfield Town


Charlton / Arsenal vs Everton


Reading vs Liverpool


Newcastle United vs Chelsea

Charlton vs Arsenal is scheduled to be played tomorrow evening.

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The quarter final tie against Reading has now been confirmed.


The game will be played at the Madejski Stadium on Wednesday 12th March, with kick off at 19:00.




Also, there have been changes to a couple of Under 21 fixtures.



Supporters are advised that the venue for Liverpool U21s' clash with Reading next week has been changed from Langtree Park in St Helens to the club's home ground, Anfield.


The Barclays U21 Premier League meeting was originally intended to be held at Langtree Park, but has now been switched to L4. Kick-off remains at 7pm GMT on Monday, March 3.

LFC TV will broadcast the match exclusively live, with coverage beginning at 6.30pm. Click here for information on accessing the Reds' official television channel.

Fans can also follow the action on LFC TV Online; click here for more information and to become a subscriber.

Meanwhile, the U21s' clash against Fulham, which was scheduled to take place on Monday, March 31, has been moved to Tuesday, April 1. The game will take place at Craven Cottage, with kick-off at 7pm.

Ticket sales

Kop Stand tickets are now available, on telephone number 0843 170 5555 (overseas +44 151 907 9399) or in person at the ticket office.

Disabled tickets will be available on telephone number 0843 170 5555 (overseas +44 151 907 9399).

Please note seating is unreserved for this fixture.

Ticket prices

Adults: £5
Concessions: £1
Disabled and ambulant: £3

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Tonight's Under 21 team to play Wolves.


Mersin, Sama, Maguire, Paez, Jones, Rossiter, Dunn, Lussey, Bijev, Brannagan, Peterson.


Substitutes: Sokolik, Firth, Chirivella, Williams, Sinclair.

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Finished 4-0, with goals from Dunn, an own goal, Lussey and Rossiter. Very comfortable game in the end, and easily could have had at least a couple more in the second half.

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All of the goals were ace. Worth catching the highlights. They may turn up on the MF at some point...

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Under-18s vs. Newcastle on LFCTV:


Firth, Randall, Hart, Cleary, Roberts, Virtue, Griffin, Marsh, Wilson, O'Hanlon, Trickett-Smith.


Subs: Jackson, Waldron, Watts, Canos.

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Was a fantastic run from Wilson, was as if the booking moments earlier put a bit of fire in his belly.


Would like to see Canos get a decent run in the second half. I know he's had some niggly injuries that haven't helped, and he had the problem with his international clearance to begin with, but he's been slightly underwhelming in the games I've seen him in, especially considering the hype that surrounded his move from Barca. Certainly needs a consistent run of games.


EDIT: Missed Marsh's goal initially, but just seen the replay. Very tidy finish and a nice reverse pass from Trickett-Smith.

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