Man City vs Everton

Man City vs Everton: Manchester City will look to return to the top of the table and bounce back from defeat away to Chelsea as they welcome Everton to the Etihad Stadium. Manchester City will be looking to bounce back from their first Premier League defeat of the season when they host Everton on Saturday.

Liverpool pounced on a rare defeat for City but with Jurgen Klopp’s side welcoming Manchester United on Sunday, Pep Guardiola’s title winners want to put the pressure on their rivals by taking three points off Everton. Get latest News of Premier League clash between Manchester City and Everton.

Manchester City welcome Everton in the unfamiliar position of not leading the league, having done so for 10 of the 16 Premier League games this season before last week’s loss at Chelsea. Yet as Liverpool do not play Manchester United until Sunday Pep Guardiola’s side can leapfrog Jürgen Klopp’s by defeating Everton. Marco Silva’s team, though, are the only one Guardiola’s have played at home twice in the league and not beaten so it may be a tricky afternoon.

Champions Manchester City will be looking to bounce back and reclaim top spot today. Pep Guardiola’s men lost their unbeaten record last weekend when they were defeated by Chelsea. It saw them fall behind Liverpool but a win against the Toffees this lunchtime will restore their title charge. Reds boss Jurgen Klopp will be looking for his Merseyside rivals to do his side a huge favour.

The sides have met 42 times in the Premier League: City have won 15 games, Everton 18 times, and nine draws between them. City have won just two of their last seven games against the Toffees, with one clean sheet. Everton have collected draws on their last three visits to the Etihad.

Celebration Bowl 2018

Celebration Bowl 2018: North Carolina A&T vs Alcorn State college football bowl game that will be played on December 15, 2018, with kickoff scheduled for 12:00 p.m. EST. It will be the first game of the 2018–19 bowl season, and the only bowl to feature FCS teams.

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:Match Info:
Event: College Football
Celebration Bowl 2018
Date: Saturday, December 15, 2018
Game Time: 8:00 p.m. ET

This will be the third trip to the Celebration Bowl in the last four years for North Carolina A&T. The Aggies are 2-0, with wins over Grambling State in 2017 and Alcorn State, in the first-ever Celebration Bowl. North Carolina A&T boasts a couple of First Team FCS All-Americans on both sides of the ball. Senior offensive lineman Micah Shaw and junior Darryl Johnson on the defense.

While it might not be the deciding factor in the Celebration Bowl, North Carolina A&T is going to play in the game without backup quarter Kylil Carter. Carter, a redshirt junior, broke his leg in a car accident sometime around Thanksgiving.

The Braves rank No. 8 in the FCS in rushing, averaging 282 yards per game. De’Shawn Waller leads Alcorn in that category with 1,084 yards and a SWAC-best 12 touchdowns. Quarterback Noah Johnson has rushed for 960 yards on 7.4 yards per attempt.

The Braves’ defense led the FCS in compiling sacks with 51 as a group during the regular season. Alcorn State captured its fifth consecutive SWAC Eastern Division Championship this past season. It is the longest such divisional winning streak in conference history since the SWAC went to the East-West format in 1999.

The Celebration Bowl is the only bowl game that pits two non-FBS opponents against each other. Teams from historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in the FCS conferences get to showcase their talents.

Maine vs Eastern Washington

Maine vs Eastern Washington: The Maine Black Bears are facing the Eastern Washington Eagles for the first-time in the 2018 FCS Playoffs. The game will be played on Saturday, December 15th at 2 pm EST in Cheney, Washington.

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:Match Info:
Event: College Football
Team: Maine vs Eastern Washington
Date: Saturday, December 15, 2018
Game Time: 2:00 p.m. ET

The Maine Black Bears and Eastern Washington Eagles meet Saturday in the college football FCS semifinals at Roos Field. The Maine Black Bears look for another victory after upsetting Weber State on the road last week. The Maine Black Bears have won five of their last eight road games. Chris Ferguson is completing 57 percent of his passes for 2,047 yards, 21 touchdowns and nine interceptions.

Ferguson has two or more touchdown passes in four of his last five games. Earnest Edwards and Jaquan Blair have combined for 1,294 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns while Micah Wright has 44 receptions. The Maine Black Bears ground game is averaging 132.8 yards per contest, and Jefferson Ramon leads the way with 972 yards and eight touchdowns. Defensively, Maine is allowing 21.3 points and 293.5 yards per game. Deshawn Stevens leads the Maine Black Bears with 112 tackles, Sterling Sheffield has 9.5 sacks and Richard Carr has three interceptions.

The Eastern Washington Eagles look to advance to the championship game after coming back last week to beat UC Davis. The Eastern Washington Eagles have won all seven home games this season. Eric Barriere is completing 60.9 percent of his passes for 1,900 yards, 17 touchdowns and six interceptions. Barriere has two or more touchdown passes in four of his last six games.

The Eastern Washington Eagles are a good football team, but they’re lucky to even be in this game, as they needed 20 fourth quarter points and a last minute touchdown to beat UC Davis. The Maine Black Bears pretty much dominated a sharp Weber State club, allowing negative rushing yards and forcing four turnovers. While one week is just that, you have to be a bit more positive about Maine right now. The Maine Black Bears are playing with house money and riding high on the confidence. Maine has a very aggressive defense and is more than battle tested.

North Carolina A&T vs Alcorn State

North Carolina A&T vs Alcorn State: 2018 Celebration Bowl College football Saturday Dec. 15, at 12:00 PM ET on Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, which features a matchup between the North Carolina A&T Aggies and the Alcorn State Braves.

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Event: College Football
Team: North Carolina A&T vs Alcorn State
Date: Saturday, December 15, 2018
Game Time: 12:00 p.m. ET

This weekend marks the fourth edition of the Celebration Bowl, an FCS postseason game that pits the winners of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) and Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) against one another.

North Carolina A&T is will be making its third Celebration Bowl appearance in the four-year history of the game. They’re also the most successful program to have played in the Celebration Bowl, winning the previous two games they played in.

Since its inception in 2015, the Celebration Bowl pits the MEAC and the SWAC champions against each other. Both Alcorn State and North Carolina A&T met in the inaugural game, which the Aggies won. Although largely composed of different players, the Braves will look to exact a measure of revenge. The Aggies, though, have dominated the early history of this bowl game, winning it both in 2015 and 2017.

Both teams faced at least one FBS school. Alcorn State was rocked by Georgia Tech 41-0, but was more competitive against New Mexico State, losing 52-42. Conversely, the Aggies defeated their only FBS opponent, beating East Carolina 28-23.

College football bowl season kicks off at noon ET Saturday with the 2018 Celebration Bowl, which features a matchup between the North Carolina A&T Aggies At Bookmaker we have the most updated odds for the Celebration Bowl game between North Carolina A&T vs. Alcorn State at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

South Dakota State vs North Dakota State

South Dakota State vs North Dakota State: North Dakota State has been the more successful side in its rivalry with South Dakota State of late, with its most-recent victory coming in September in Fargo, North Dakota. It’s been a good decision for Marlette, as he’s earned three national championship rings, counting his redshirt season.

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College Football Match Info
Event: FCS Semifinal 2018
Team: South Dakota State vs North Dakota State
Date: Friday, December 14, 2018
Game Time: 8:00 p.m. ET

Dan Marlette almost came to South Dakota State. A standout linebacker at Washington High School and younger brother of former Argus Leader Elite 45 captain and USD Coyotes linebacker Tim Marlette, Dan instead chose to continue a steady pipeline of South Dakota prep stars to contribute to the Bison dynasty, choosing North Dakota State like former Warrior standouts Austin Kuhnert and Trevor Gebhart before him, as well as Roosevelt alums Ryan Jastram and Preston Evans and O’Gorman’s Mike Hardie.

He’s hoping to pick up No. 4 this year, and will be in the starting lineup at linebacker for the Bison when they host the Jackrabbits on Friday in the FCS semifinals at the Fargodome on ESPN2. After spending the 2015 and 2016 seasons as a reserve linebacker for the Bison, Marlette was starting to break through last year, earning two starts before he suffered a season-ending injury four games in.

This year he’s come back strong and asserted himself as a key member of NDSU’s Code Green defense. The 6-foot-1, 225-pounder has started all 13 games for the Bison and ranks third on the team with 75 tackles to go with a sack and a fumble return for a touchdown.

He’ll be one of the men tasked this week with slowing down SDSU’s high-powered offense, which is centered around quarterback Taryn Christion, whom Marlette battled in high school.

The former Elite 45 selection and state champion talked this week about one last rivalry tilt with the Jacks and how his team will handle playing for Coach Chris Klieman, who will leave to take over Kansas State after the season.