2019-20 Chelsea vs Liverpool: On this week’s football-language podcast we look back at the action from the first set of games in the Champions League, we also explain a new phrase ‘draw a foul’, ask a football-language quiz question and of course we look ahead to some of the big games being played this week in our predictions.
It’s the business end of the season and Chelsea v Manchester City is the big game at the weekend. There’s also Liverpool v Newcastle, a tie that traditionally serves up plenty of goals.
It’s Conte v Mou this weekend. There is no love lost between Antonio Conte, the Chelsea boos and Jose Mourinho, the Man United manager
Learn English Through Football Podcast: 2017-18 Blues v Gunners: The Champions League and Europa League group stages have kicked off, club football is in full swing in Europe, while in Asia the Asian Champions League reaches the semi-final stage. We look at stories from those competitions on this week’s podcast, bring you some English for football phrases…
Chelsea are way out in front of the chasing pack and can pretty much wrap up the title if they beat Arsenal in this weekends London derby.
It’s a top of the table clash this weekend in the Premier League as leaders Chelsea go to title favourites Manchester City.
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Languagecaster Predictions: 2016-17 Premier League – Chelsea v Spurs
This week is Chelsea v Liverpool. A win for the Reds could see them leapfrog the Blues in the table, but Chelsea’s striker, Costa, is on fire
This week we have another London derby, or at least a match between two teams in London. Last week we featured Spurs against West Ham, a game with quite a bit of needle, and this week it’s Spurs again, but this time they face Chelsea.
Can the world of rugby teach football?
Our predictions this week features big games from Europe, starting with Liverpool and Chelsea, and there’s no love lost between the Reds and the Blues.
In this week’s football review section we look back at some of the football stories from last weekend including: Chelsea, Newcastle and Iker Casillas
In this main listening report we look ahead to this week’s 2014 Champions League quarter-finals and try and predict a winner.
This listening report is a shortened version of the regular weekly podcast. In this report we feature the European Super Cup.
This Saturday sees the culmination of the European football season – the UEFA Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Chelsea. Few would have predicted these two sides to meet in the final but what about predicting the winner? Are Chelsea’s name on the cup? Will Bayern’s home advantage count?Click on the poll below and let us know what you think.