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Dave Jones is joined by Jamie Carragher and former Arsenal winger, Freddie Ljungberg to analyse the action from Fulham's 3-2 victory over Wolves at Craven Cottage. The team take another look at Alejandro Garnacho's incredible goal for Manchester United against Everton while Jamie dissects Arsenal's season so far and whether he thinks they can win the Premier League title.
Kelly Cates is joined by Gary Neville, Roy Keane, Michael Dawson and Karen Carney to look back at Manchester United's 3-0 win over Everton - a game which featured one of the goals of the season by Alejandro Garnacho and protests from Everton fans. There's discussion of Everton's 10 point deduction and what it means for the Goodison Park club as they battle to avoid relegation from the Premier League. There's also analysis of Aston Villa's 2-1 win at Tottenham, a result which lifts Villa above Spurs and into the top four. Plus, the team pay tribute to former England manager, Terry Venables, who has passed away at the age of 80.
David Jones is joined by Jamie Carragher, Micah Richards and Daniel Sturridge to look back on an action-packed lunchtime clash between Manchester City and Liverpool, a game which saw Erling Haaland score his 50th Premier League goal in only his 48th appearance in the competition - beating Andrew Cole's record by 17 games.
Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher joins Peter Smith to look ahead to the huge Saturday lunchtime showdown between Manchester City and Liverpool at the Etihad, which you can watch live on Sky Sports. Carragher assesses the key battles across the park, Alexis Mac Allister's crucial role in the Liverpool midfield and whether Erling Haaland or Mo Salah will steal the show for their side. He also reveals what the key selection decision is for Pep Guardiola ahead of the contest - and what a rare positive result at the home of the defending champions would mean for the title hopes of Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool.
David Jones is joined by Jamie Carragher, Micah Richards and Daniel Sturridge as Cole Palmer's stoppage-time spot kick secures a 4-4 draw for Chelsea in a stunning game against Man City. Jamie Carragher thinks Palmer is now a major part of the Chelsea team and is becoming the "main man".
Kelly Cates is joined by Jamie Redknapp and Les Ferdinand as a depleted Newcastle saw their seven-match unbeaten Premier League run ended at Bournemouth as Dominic Solanke's second-half double gave the home side a deserved 2-0 win. Eddie Howe concedes it was a game too far while Andoni Iraola hails the victory as Bournemouth’s best performance of the season.
Jamie Carragher and Daniel Sturridge reflect on a pulsating night at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as Chelsea beat Spurs 4-1. After VAR was the focus of some big decisions at the weekend, it was once again at the forefront as five goals were disallowed throughout the game and Ange Postecoglou's side saw two sent-off. Hear from both managers as they try and reflect on a chaotic night in North London. Plus, Sturridge analyses the best strikers in the Premier League and some historic strike parternerships.
Kelly Cates is joined by Jamie Carragher, Curtis Davies and Karen Carney as Luis Diaz scored a late equaliser on an emotional return to the Liverpool team to deny a brilliant Luton side a memorable Premier League win. Jamie Carragher slammed Darwin Nunez for not scoring after failing to score several opportunities by saying ‘he has to stop the memes’. Jurgen Klopp gave his opinion on a potential handball in the build-up to Luton’s goal and whether Virgil van Dijk was fouled in the penalty area five minutes before. Nottingham Forest’s two-nil against Aston Villa is also analysed after Emiliano Martinez's mistake helped Steve Cooper's side to end a six-game winless run along with Newcastle’s controversial win against Arsenal on Saturday night.
David Jones, Jamie Carragher and Izzy Christiansen analyse Newcastle’s controversial 1-0 win over Arsenal, with focus on Anthony Gordon’s winner. Mikel Arteta labelled VAR embarrassing but was there enough wrong to go against the on-field decision? German football expert Raphael Honigstein then joins the studio to discuss Harry Kane’s hat-trick for Bayern Munich after their 4-0 win over Borussia Dortmund.
Kelly Cates presents Super Sunday from Old Trafford alongside Jamie Carragher, Micah Richards and Roy Keane, and they witnessed Manchester City comprehensively beat their rivals 3-0. Keane praised City's performance and thinks they will be difficult to stop as they aim for a fourth consecutive Premier League title. The former Man Utd midfielder was also critical of Bruno Fernandes, saying 'he is the opposite of what I want in a captain'. Gary Neville also joined the debate in the studio and had a heated clash with Carragher on the problems at Man Utd and where the blame lies after a lack of progress across several aspects of the club. There is also the post-match views from player-of-the-match Bernardo Silva and Erling Haaland, as well as Pep Guardiola who hailed Silva's impact on the team, while Erik ten Hag felt United's gameplan was good but his players made the wrong decisions at crucial times.
Shay Given and Karen Carney join Dave Jones to discuss Wolves' 2-2 draw against Newcastle in the Premier League as the home side come from behind twice. Plus, we hear from both managers as Gary O'Neil joins the panel to discuss an injury to star man Pedro Neto, as well as the impressive form of forward Hwang Hee-chan.
Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher join Kelly Cates to discuss Tottenham's 2-1 win over Crystal Palace in the Premier League as Spurs went five points clear at the top of the table. Plus, hear from both managers as Ange Postecoglou joins the panel to discuss title chances, high pressing and James Maddison's form.
Gary O'Neil and Jamie Carragher join David Jones in the studio to disect Tottenham's 2-0 over Wolves, and dive into Ange Postecoglou's instant success at Tottenham. O'Neil also gives an insight into his playing days, managerial life so far, what he hopes to achieve with Wolves, as well as taking on Pep Guardiola.
David Jones, Jamie Carragher and Karen Carney are joined by Dean Smith to dissect Aston Villa's convincing 4-1 win over West Ham. We also hear from both managers and goalscorer Ollie Watkins.
Kelly Cates is joined by Jamie Redknapp and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink to discuss Manchester United's hard-fought win at Sheffield United on an emotional evening for the visitors, with news breaking earlier in the day that club legend Sir Bobby Charlton had died at the age of 86.
England host Australia on Friday – 20 years after the Socceroos stunned the Golden Generation. In February 2003, sandwiched between a dominant Australia Ashes win and England’s famous rugby World Cup triumph Down Under, the Aussies beat England at football for the very first time. It was the night when Sven-Goran Eriksson changed the entire England team at half-time, Wayne Rooney made his international debut and Australia landed a painful blow on their big sporting rivals. Peter Smith reflects on that game with players who were on the pitch...
Micah Richards and Theo Walcott joined Dave Jones on Super Sunday, and they watched Arsenal secure a late win against treble-winners Manchester City at a euphoric Emirates stadium. Substitute Gabriel Martinelli provided the pivotal moment, albeit via a crucial deflection off Nathan Ake. It sparked familiar jubilant scenes in the stands as the Gunners finally beat their rivals after losing the last twelve Premier League fixtures against the Citizens. Richards felt Arsenal were not at their best but said their performance was more intelligent than previous approaches to this fixture and highlighted the performance of William Saliba, who he described as ‘outstanding’. Theo Walcott singled out Declan Rice’s performance in midfield and believes he has taken the Gunners to another level. Gary Neville joined the studio from the commentary gantry and questioned if Manchester City are struggling with a ‘treble hangover’, as they have now lost the last three domestic fixtures in a row after achieving ‘eutopia’ last season. There is also reaction from both dressing rooms with match-winner Martinelli and fellow Brazilian Gabriel Jesus, who feels the win means more than three points. Bernardo Silva conceded that the result was a setback for City, but said it is still very early in the season. Both managers also gave their post-match views, with Mikel Arteta praising the courage of his players, while Pep Guardiola said that he is not concerned about their recent run of domestic defeats.
Kelly Cates is joined by Jamie Redknapp and Andros Townsend as they discuss a closely fought draw between Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest and look back at the earlier Saturday kick-offs which saw Tottenham move to the top of the table with a 1-0 win over Luton and Manchester Utd fight back, in dramatic fashion, against Brentford with two injury time goals from Scott McTominay giving the Red Devils the win at Old Trafford.
Dave Jones is joined by Jamie Carragher and Frank Lampard as Fulham host Chelsea on Monday Night Football. They discuss the major summer signings and departures of Chelsea, noting the dramatic difference in age, with players coming in far younger than players leaving. Where can Chelsea finish this season? Is their lack of finishing their only real problem? Frank then looks at his other former club Everton and looks at the issues they’ve faced the last few years. There’s then another look at the controversial moments from Tottenham’s win over Liverpool. Does something need to be done to improve VAR after PGMOL’s apology over their disallowed goal? Was Curtis Jones unlucky to be sent off? Frank Lampard then takes a deep look into his experience as Chelsea and Everton manager – what were his philosophies, transfer policies and hardest parts of the roles? Finally, Jamie and Frank assess the battles they had between Chelsea and Liverpool between 2004-09. Which players were the hardest to play against and how did they adapt their games?