- n. Plural form of challenger.
“Juventus joined Milan at the top of Serie A but failed to get the win they needed to end the year clear after a disappointing 0-0 draw at the title challengers Udinese on Wednesday night.”
“Everton drew 3-3 with the leaders when the sides met at Stamford Bridge in December and Moyes sees no reason why his men cannot upset the title challengers again.”
“The title challengers were rocked for the second time in the match and were looking at another valuable two points slip away.”
“Brawn's Rubens Barrichello in fourth was best-placed of the title challengers”
“The title challengers between Giovanni and Hill sported nice records but most were largely anonymous until the last two of seven foes.”
“But the bookmakers rarely get it wrong and with Flamengo being the form side of the title challengers they would still be favourites for the title whoever they faced in their last game.”
“Fergie himself recognises the need to match up when going away in Europe or to other title challengers but he has yet to consistently adopt that approach even away at Spurs which is now undoubtedly a tough fixture.”
“With Wayne Rooney out of action for losing skipper Cesc Fabregas for the rest of the season and Ashley Cole missing for, Sportsmail takes a look at the injury-hit title challengers 'understudies.”
“But that is just a subplot when you consider the main thrust of what Mancini is saying and it is this: Manchester City, once again, are going to spend whatever they see fit this summer to establish themselves as serious title challengers - like it or lump it.”
“Serie A title challengers Roma, meanwhile, saw their 20-match unbeaten run come to an abrupt halt in a dramatic 3-2 loss to Greek side Panathinaikos.”
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