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After all the semi-finals and final are at Wembley – why wouldn’t an England fan think that a major tournament is theirs for the taking?
The 2019 Football Writing Festival continued at the National Football Museum in Manchester on Monday night with ‘Opta Live’.
Manchester City midfielder Frank Lampard singled out the threat of England hopeful Danny Ings ahead of his side’s Premier League clash with Burnley.
Rifkind vacated the Kensington seat in west London last week after a hidden-camera TV documentary filmed the 68-year-old and Labour MP Jack Straw apparently offering their services to a private firm for cash.
The New York City FC squad were present as Man City snatched a point from Hull City thanks to a late James Milner free kick last weekend and they will now have a chance to grace the Etihad turf themselves.
Lampard was seen receiving treatment for a muscle injury before City took on Hamburg in an Abu Dhabi friendly but the 36-year-old asked his manager to let him play.
After 21 league games Manchester City sit second on 47 points, two points behind leaders Chelsea. 12 months ago Manuel Pellegrini’s mob had the same number of points and were one point and one place behind pacesetters Arsenal.
The former England star came off the bench to score City’s second as the Premier League champions won 3-0 win away at Southampton to leapfrog the south coast side into second spot.
Swansea are flying high in fifth place, just three points behind City, and they head to the Etihad looking to better the 3-0 defeat they suffered there last season.
City take on Alan Pardew’s Newcastle United in the fourth round of the Capital One Cup at The Etihad ahead of Sunday’s game against Manchester United.