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Real Madrid vs Villarreal

Participant Teams Name: Real Madrid vs Villarreal

Kick off Time: 19:00 (PMT)

Date: Saturday, February 08, 2014











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The Reds centre-back has been sidelined for the past month after suffering a calf strain in the FA Cup win over Oldham.

Agger is expected to return to full training next week and could feature when Liverpool face Arsenal again at the Emirates in the FA Cup a week on Sunday.

With Mamadou Sakho still hampered by the hamstring injury he sustained against Chelsea back in December, Martin Skrtel and Kolo Toure will remain the centre-back combination for this Saturday’s showdown with Arsene Wenger’s men.

“Daniel and Mamadou are not far off but I’m not expecting to have either of them back for the weekend,” boss Brendan Rodgers told the ECHO.

“They are not back full training yet. Daniel will be back at some stage next week so he’s progressing really well. But Sakho is still a bit away from coming back training.”

Rodgers was at the Etihad Stadium on Monday night to watch Chelsea inflict a first home defeat of the season on title favourites Manchester City.

It means if the fourth placed Reds beat Arsenal they would move to within five points of the summit.

The manager believes the depth of the squads at City and Chelsea gives them the edge but he’s confident Liverpool will still have a role to play in the title race.i t was a really interesting game and that result keeps it all very tight and close at the top,” Rodgers added.

“Chelsea and Manchester City have two of the strongest squads in the country and they showed that the other night.

“But if you look at us, if we get three points at the weekend that takes us to 50 points and then we would only be five points behind (Arsenal).

“We will certainly play a part in the fight at the top.

“There are currently six points between us and Chelsea so there is still a lot to play for and we will be fighting right until the very end.

“If I’m asked to give an honest answer, I’d probably say that this year is too soon for us (in terms of the title). But we’re professional and we want to fight to finish as high as we possibly can.”

The Blues remain in fifth place in the table but underlined their ability to go toe to toe with anyone, ending a week in which they had already disposed of the reigning Champions by giving this season’s likely candidates an almighty scare in their own back yard.

Roberto Martinez’s side started with a confidence and zip to their passing which is normally reserved for the home side at the Emirates.

With Ross Barkley quickly making a dynamic impact on proceedings they forced Arsene Wenger’s men onto the back foot, and glowed with the soaring self-belief gleaned from that historic win at Old Trafford on Wednesday.

It is supposed to be the home midfield maestros drawing “oohs and “ahhhs” from the admiring public gallery in the capital, but it was Everton who assumed that role in a delightful opening spell.

Nevertheless, Arsenal gradually began to assert themselves, and could have grabbed the lead with a characteristically quick break which saw seven Gunners players swarm into Everton’s 18-yard box, and resulted in Santi Cazorla’s teasing low cross that thankfully evaded any attackers.

Then Everton countered as Steven Pienaar found the run of Romelu Lukaku, but the striker was forced wide and although he steered a useful ball across goal there was nobody in a blue shirt to convert it.

If there was a down side to Everton’s buoyant start it was the lack of clear cut chances they were able to fashion. Frequently their final ball was tepid or Lukaku simply wasn’t supported in the area enough.

It seemed they might be punished for that as Arsenal mounted a sustained threat near the break, twice forcing fine saves from Tim Howard when first Olivier Giroud went through on goal, then the French striker artfully played in Aaron Ramsey, who was also denied.

The Gunners maintained that pressure after the break when they tested Howard again with a close-range Cazorla header which mercifully went straight at the American.

More razor-sharp interplay from the Londoners saw the ball switched to Ramsey on the right of the area and the Wales international’s half volley required another smart stop from Howard.

Everton were still a threat on the counter though, underlined when they poured forward and Pienaar seized on Barkley’s cute back heel and stung Wojciech Szczesny’s palms with a thundering drive.

The contest remained finely poised, and Wenger delivered the compliment of making a triple change; introducing Thomas Rosicky, Mathieu Flamini and Theo Walcott to try and find the breakthrough, while Martinez replaced the tiring Pienaar with Leon Osman.

Flamini almost scored within minutes, with a searing low drive that whistled past the post and Arsenal again pushed hard.

Everton maintained their composure though, soaking up the pressure and still threatening occasionally, as Kevin Mirallas hit the side netting after one speedy burst down the right.

Eventually one of Arsenal’s changes paid off when Rosicky’s cross to the far post was missed by Giroud, but Ozil was there to head home and break Everton’s resistance.

It didn’t break their spirit though. The excellent Barkley drove his side forward as he had all afternoon, and switched play to Bryan Oviedo. The left-back crossed and when Lukaku failed with an attempted over-head kick the ball broke to substitute Gerard Deulofeu.

If the mercurial Catalan has drawn any criticism during his brief spell at Everton it has been for his often timid finishing. But there was nothing timid about the way he cockily rolled the ball onto his right foot before rocketing an immaculate finish past Scczesny. It was a finish fit to grace the Nou Camp from the on-loan Barcelona starlet




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