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Neil Warnock: Cardiff City boss hoping to avoid Liverpool 'battering'

BBC Sport Friday, 19 April 2019
Neil Warnock: Cardiff City boss hoping to avoid Liverpool 'battering'Neil Warnock hopes his Cardiff side avoid a "battering" as they aim to boost their Premier League survival hopes against title-chasing Liverpool.
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News video: Jurgen Klopp critical of Cardiff pitch after Liverpool reclaim top spot

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp described the Cardiff City Stadium playing surface as "dangerous" after his team reclaimed top spot in the Premier League.

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