06 February 2019 20:31
Get the biggest soaps stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email Des Coleman, 53, who played Lenny Wallace in EastEnders, spent two days on life-support in hospital after collapsing at a service station vomiting blood. The 53-year-old actor, who played the role of Lenny Wallace in EastEnders, had to spend a scary two days on life-support in hospital after he collapsed at a service station and began vomiting blood. Liverpool need Premier League title win to prove progress - Ince Former Liverpool midfielder Paul Ince believes the Reds desperately need to win the Premier League to prove they are making improvements under Jurgen Klopp. The Reds have not won a league title in 29 years and, after their failure in the Champions League final last year, questions are still being asked as to whether or not they are good enough to win a trophy. They currently sit top of the Premier League with a three-point gap over Manchester City, but Pep Guardiola's side have the chance to go above Liverpool on goal difference if they can beat Everton on Wednesday night.
And Ince, who played for Liverpool between 1997 and 1999, insists the Reds need to win a trophy sooner rather than later. "There'll be a lot of people asking questions if they miss out on winning the league this year after missing out on the Champions League last year," Ince said exclusively to news.paddypower.com. The Reds have drawn their last two Premier League games, but Ince believes the club still have what it takes to win the title this season despite their lead over City at the top of the table being reduced. Liverpool play Bournemouth in the Premier League on February 9. Everton and Manchester City head into this game in differing form.
Liverpool news: Sherwood says Man City's experience of winning the Premier League will help them "I think the weight of not winning it in 29 years is on everyone's shoulders at Liverpool, which it's not at Man City. "Man City are littered by people who have won the Premier League. Liverpool news: Man City beat Arsenal 3-1 in their last outing 5 - Everton have made five line-up changes for tonight's match with Manchester City - their most between Premier League games under Marco Silva. 13/14 - Manchester City are looking to do the league double over Everton for the first time since the 2013-14 campaign, when they won the league under Manuel Pellegrini. Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne drops down to the bench for the Premier League encounter 6.35pm: The Manchester City players have arrived at Goodison Park Raheem Sterling of Manchester City arrives at Goodison Park before the game 6.24pm: Why I want MY team to LOSE tonight (yes, really!): An Everton fan writes on why a defeat against Manchester City is really the result he is hoping for to put dent in Liverpool's title chances Everton host Manchester City in the Premier League on Wednesday night, with the latter knowing victory will see them move into first place.
Defeat Everton and they will land a punch on title rivals Liverpool by returning to the top of the Premier League table. Good evening all and welcome to our live coverage of Everton vs Manchester City. Everton host Manchester City in their midweek Premier League clash at Goodison Park. Pep Guardiola's side will look to punish Liverpool for dropping more points at West Ham United on Monday with a victory against the Toffees to regain the lead in the Premier League. Sportsmail will provide live coverage of Everton vs Manchester City including score updates, build up and lineup announcements.
Luka Modric is back in form and the Real Madrid midfielder will have a key part to play when his side face off against Barcelona in the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey. Barca are hunting a fifth consecutive Copa del Rey crown and with Madrid well off the pace in LaLiga - they are eight points behind the league leaders - this could be their best chance of adding to the silverware they won at last year's Club World Cup. Santiago Solari has finally found a winning formula at the Santiago Bernabeu, with Madrid victorious in five games in a row in all competitions ahead of Wednesday's first-leg trip to Camp Nou. But, since the turn of the year, Modric appears to have rediscovered his form, with goals in consecutive LaLiga wins against high-flying neighbours Sevilla and Real Betis helping to clinch vital points for Madrid in January. Modric has only once scored more than three league goals in a season since leaving Zagreb but, as he approaches the end of his career, he appears to be shooting more often again.