Premier League 20/21

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
Manchester City
26
52:16
62
2.
Manchester United
26
53:32
50
3.
Leicester City
26
45:30
49
4.
West Ham United
26
40:31
45
5.
Chelsea FC
26
41:25
44
6.
Liverpool FC
26
47:34
43
7.
Everton FC
25
38:33
43
8.
Tottenham Hotspur
25
41:27
39
9.
Aston Villa
24
38:26
39
10.
Arsenal FC
26
34:27
37
11.
Leeds United
26
43:44
35
12.
Wolverhampton Wanderers
26
27:33
34
13.
Crystal Palace
26
29:43
33
14.
Southampton FC
26
31:44
30
15.
Burnley FC
26
18:34
28
16.
Brighton & Hove Albion
26
26:33
26
17.
Newcastle United
26
27:44
26
18.
Fulham FC
26
21:32
23
19.
West Bromwich Albion
26
20:55
17
20.
Sheffield United
26
15:43
11

UEFA Champions League 20/21, Group A

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
FC Bayern München
6
18:5
16
2.
Atletico Madrid
6
7:8
9
3.
Red Bull Salzburg
6
10:17
4
4.
Lokomotiv Moscow
6
5:10
3

UEFA Champions League 20/21, Group B

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
Real Madrid
6
11:9
10
2.
Borussia M'gladbach
6
16:9
8
3.
Shakhtar Donetsk
6
5:12
8
4.
Inter Milano
6
7:9
6

UEFA Champions League 20/21, Group C

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
Manchester City
6
13:1
16
2.
FC Porto
6
10:3
13
3.
Olympiacos Piraeus
6
2:10
3
4.
Olympique Marseille
6
2:13
3

UEFA Champions League 20/21, Group D

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
Liverpool FC
6
10:3
13
2.
Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio
6
10:8
11
3.
Ajax Amsterdam
6
7:7
7
4.
FC Midtjylland
6
4:13
2

UEFA Champions League 20/21, Group E

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
Chelsea FC
6
14:2
14
2.
FC Sevilla
6
9:8
13
3.
FK Krasnodar
6
6:11
5
4.
FC Stade Rennes
6
3:11
1

UEFA Champions League 20/21, Group F

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
Borussia Dortmund
6
12:5
13
2.
SS Lazio Roma
6
11:7
10
3.
Club Brugge
6
8:10
8
4.
FC Zenit St Petersburg
6
4:13
1

UEFA Champions League 20/21, Group G

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
Juventus Turin
6
14:4
15
2.
FC Barcelona
6
16:5
15
3.
Dynamo Kiev
6
4:13
4
4.
Ferencvarosi Tc
6
5:17
1

UEFA Champions League 20/21, Group H

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
Paris Saint Germain
6
13:6
12
2.
RB Leipzig
6
11:12
12
3.
Manchester United
6
15:10
9
4.
Istanbul BB
6
7:18
3
23.01.2021 - 18:13 Uhr
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Live FA Cup updates from the 5.30pm GMT kick-off‘Irreplaceable’ De Bruyne out for up to six weeksAnd you can email Scott here with your thoughts 5.13pm GMT Cheltenham have a lovely badge, don’t they? So nice to see the faux heraldic crest and the currently ubiquitous roundel eschewed for something a bit more abstract. These things are important, as one of the Guardian’s premier buffoons once argued. Related: Playing for the badge: How fashion is ushering in a new age for club crests | Scott Murray 4.58pm GMT The winners of this match will be away to Swansea City in the fifth round. The Swans have just battered Nottingham Forest, whose 62-year itch in this competition remains unscratched. John Brewin has the details of that 5-1 thumping, plus news of all the other 3pms, in today’s Clockwatch. Related: FA Cup fourth round, Football League and more – clockwatch! 4.42pm GMT Cheltenham make two changes to the team named for Tuesday’s 1-1 League Two draw with Newport County. Lewis Freestone and Chris Clements take the place of the injured Chris Hussey and Ellis Chapman.Manchester City meanwhile make ten changes from the team that beat Aston Villa 2-0 in the Premier League on Wednesday. Phil Foden is the only player to retain his place. Aymeric Laporte returns after a month out injured, while academy prospects Tommy Doyle and Taylor Harwood-Bellis are given an opportunity to show what they can do. 4.35pm GMT Cheltenham Town: Griffiths, Raglan, Tozer, Boyle, Blair, Azaz, Thomas, Clements, Freestone, May, Lloyd.Subs: Flinders, Long, Bowry, Williams, Addai, Harris, Ebanks.Manchester City: Steffen, Harwood-Bellis, Garcia, Laporte, Mendy, Torres, Fernandinho, Doyle, Mahrez, Gabriel Jesus, Foden.Subs: Dias, Sterling, Gundogan, Zinchenko, Rodri, Bernardo Silva, Joao Cancelo, Ederson, Bernabe. 11.57am GMT The magic of the FA Cup, distilled into its purest tincture, right here! Fourth-tier Cheltenham Town are rewarded for edging past Mansfield Town in the last round with a home tie against one of the best teams in the world: Manchester City.It’s a David-Goliath scene all right. Pep Guardiola’s side have won their last nine matches straight, while Cheltenham have only won one of their last nine, that aforementioned win over Mansfield, and they needed extra time to achieve that. There are 82 places between these sides in the football pyramid. And even if Pep does the Big Rotate, his squad is so deep it’s difficult to see a way for Michael Duff’s men to pull off a seismic shock. Continue reading...
  

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