Liverpool and Manchester City are miles ahead of the rest - Warnock

Cardiff are two points behind Brighton following their 2-0 win on Tuesday

Cardiff are two points behind Brighton following their 2-0 win on Tuesday

Liverpool have taken a cue from Manchester United and hiked prices for away supporters when they host Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals to subsidise tickets for own fans travelling to the Nou Camp, the Premier League club have said.

"I'd hate to concede five like we have done", said Warnock.

"It didn't happen yet". I don't know. We all signed a big contract with the TV stations.

Premier League are ready to assist Tottenham in their preparations for the Champions League semifinal against Ajax.

Liverpool will head to Cardiff on Sunday looking for a victory to go back to the top of the league after City's victory over Tottenham on Saturday.

Cardiff are deep in a relegation fight and will be keen to take points off the Reds so Jurgen Klopp must have his side fully prepared. On only six occasions within that time frame has the title been won by a side amassing more than 90 points, yet this season will nearly certainly see the first time that two teams break that barrier.

"At the moment we can not choose", he said.

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Will we see a draw after a long barren run? We have these unbelievably strong opponents.

"We gave them the game that they didn't want to have. They are outstanding on set-pieces, they have a lot of physical power and they make life uncomfortable". There are a lot of factors that come into it and we're just glad that with four games to go we're still surprising people. We are in it. "Not just at winning, but the way we won".

Spurs' game at Bournemouth was due to be the televised game on Monday but City's final home match of the season will now be broadcast instead.

"Immediately after the game (against Porto) we were obviously really happy to have got through to the semi-finals", he said.

"It's a great achievement in the career of each individual player".

The Premier League and broadcasters claiming that this is all being done simply to help Champions League contenders... "I have to speak with the doctor, so I am not sure, but my feeling is it is nothing serious". We were always aware that if we'd lost the game than that would be it. They can perhaps cling to the fact that Wolves' form against the weaker sides in the Premier League is oddly poor in comparison to results against the top six, but that feels like straw-clutching.

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