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The Sky Sports Football Podcast

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MNF: Neville analyses Utd?s dismal display, Carra?s Newcastle verdict and Arsenal snatch a draw from Vieira?s Palace

Dave Jones is once again joined by Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher in the MNF studio to discuss all the talking points from the latest Premier League weekend including Manchester United?s defeat to Leicester in which Gary analyses in detail. Jamie gives his views on what is a realistic target for Newcastle this season despite their recent takeover. Analysis and reaction also comes from the Emirates as the former Gunners? legend Patrick Vieira frustrates a lucky Arsenal.
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Premier League Review: Does Ronaldo really improve Man Utd? Make or break few weeks for Solskjaer and Toon party spoiled

Alice Piper is joined by Ben Ransom and Gerard Brand to discuss the weekend's Premier League action.

PART 1 | Does Cristiano Ronaldo really improve Man Utd? Make or break few weeks for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after defeat at Leicester

PART 2 | Liverpool back to their best, Chelsea grab lucky win, and what's behind Bernardo Silva's upturn in form at Man City?

PART 3 | Spurs spoil Newcastle's party: did the new owners miss a trick by not sacking Steve Bruce?
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Medical emergency halts game as Kane nets first PL goal of the season in Spurs win

Harry Kane scored his first Premier League goal of the season as Tottenham condemned Newcastle to a 3-2 defeat in their first game under new ownership. The future of Steve Bruce remains uncertain after the defeat and David Ginola, Kieron Dyer and Jamie Redknapp give their thoughts on what next for the club.

The game came to a halt in the 40th minute, with Spurs leading 2-1, after referee Andre Marriner was alerted to the incident by players and supporters. Hear from Sergio Reguilon and Harry Kane who explain how the players first became aware of the emergency.
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Chelsea survive late onslaught to escape with win

Kelly Cates is joined by Gary Neville, Karen Carney and Marcus Gayle to look back on Chelsea's narrow 1-0 victory over local rivals Brentford.
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Premier League preview: Newcastle?s new era begins | Secrets to Brentford?s success | Next steps for Everton, West Ham

Peter Smith is joined by Sky Sports News reporter Keith Downie, as well as assistant news editor Lyall Thomas and football journalist Ron Walker to look ahead to the Premier League weekend?

PART 1 | Keith Downie answers the key questions about the Newcastle takeover, from transfer spending and how the new owners intend to take the club forwards to issues around human rights in Saudi Arabia.

PART 2 | Lyall Thomas and Ron Walker lift the lid on the story behind Brentford?s impressive start to their first Premier League season and the secrets behind their steady progress in recent years.

PART 3 | As David Moyes prepares to take his current club to face his former club, we discuss the next steps for West Ham and Everton ? and the impact Rafa Benitez has had at Goodison Park.
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Premier League Review: Liverpool-City serves up classic | Three-horse title race? | Brentford ripping up rulebook

As the Premier League pauses for the second international break of the season, Sky Sports features writer Nick Wright and football journalist Charlotte Marsh join Alice Piper to survey the scene in the top-flight after another fascinating round of fixtures?

PART 1 | After the drama, goals, and controversy in Sunday?s breathless encounter between Liverpool and Man City, we?ll have all the fallout from Anfield and ask if there is a better player in world football currently than Mohamed Salah after his inspired performance and goal-of-the-season contender.

PART 2 | With Man City and Liverpool?s draw ensuring Chelsea remained top of the pile heading into the international break, we assess the state of the Premier League title race and ask whether it is a three-horse race after Man Utd became the latest side to fall victim to Rafa Benitez?s Everton revolution.

PART 3 | As the rulebook for newly-promoted sides continues to be ripped up, we try and identify the secrets of Brentford?s sensational start to life in the Premier League, before examining where it went wrong for Xisco Munoz at Watford, and why something special might be brewing at Crystal Palace.
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Keane, Richards and Carragher react to epic draw between Liverpool and Man City

Roy Keane, Micah Richards and Jamie Carragher join David Jones in the Super Sunday studio to look back on a thrilling match between Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield.
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Lacklustre Arsenal draw at Brighton

Kelly Cates is joined by Jack Wilshere and Glenn Murray as they discuss Brighton's dominant display against Arsenal but only managing a 0-0 draw.
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Premier League preview: Redknapp?s Liverpool vs Man City verdict | Will Arsenal build on derby win? | Leicester?s slow start

Peter Smith is joined by Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp, as well as football writers Gerard Brand and Simeon Gholam, to look ahead to the Premier League weekend?

PART 1 | Jamie Redknapp explains why he thinks Liverpool will edge their big match-up with Man City at Anfield on Sunday. The Sky Sports pundit also discusses the rise of Curtis Jones and City?s threat in attack.

PART 2 | We consider whether Arsenal are now in a position to build on their big derby day win over Tottenham when they go to Brighton. And what constitutes success for the Seagulls this season?

PART 3 | There?s plenty of praise for Conor Gallagher as we discuss Crystal Palace?s improving form and the Chelsea loanee?s future, before we examine a slow start to the season from Leicester.
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Brighton steal late point at Palace, dissecting torrid Tottenham with Thierry Henry

David Jones is joined by Jamie Carragher and special guest Thierry Henry as they discuss all the weekend's Premier League action, as well as MNF's 1-1 draw between rivals Crystal Palace and Brighton.
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Premier League Review: Man City?s statement at Chelsea | Man Utd and Liverpool falter | Arsenal ruthlessly expose Spurs? frailties

Alice Piper is joined by Sky Sports features editor Peter Smith and football journalist Ron Walker to reflect on another enthralling round of Premier League action?

PART 1 | As Manchester City, who were underdogs for the first time under Pep Guardiola, win at Chelsea, we assess whether the champions are still the team to beat and where Thomas Tuchel got it wrong.

PART 2 | As Chelsea leave the door ajar, we assess a testing weekend for Manchester United and Liverpool as both title hopefuls fail to seize the advantage against Aston Villa and Brentford.

PART 3 | Arsenal?s resounding North London derby victory drew an emphatic line under their testing start to the season but have the Gunners turned the corner, and what?s going on at Tottenham?
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Neville, Adams, King and Souness analyse North London derby as Arsenal blitz woeful Spurs

Dave Jones is joined by Tony Adams, Ledley King, Graeme Souness and Gary Neville as they discuss and dissect the North London derby which saw Arsenal blitz a sorry Spurs during the first half. Mikel Arteta and Nuno Espirito Santo also give their reaction to where they feel the game was won and lost.
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Brentford hold Liverpool in a thrilling draw!

Brentford and Liverpool went back fourth in a thrilling 3-3 draw on Saturday Night Football.
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Premier League Preview: North London derby assessed | Chelsea vs Man City to reveal title favourite? | Liverpool?s encouraging start

Peter Smith is joined by Sky Sports pundit Alan Smith, as well as football writers Ben Grounds and Adam Bate, to look ahead to the Premier League weekend?s standout fixtures?

PART 1 | Will a north London derby win be a launchpad for Arsenal or Tottenham? Former Gunner Alan Smith gives his verdict on the two teams and where the match will be won or lost on Sunday.

PART 2 | We preview Man City?s trip to Chelsea on Saturday, where two title favourites collide, and reflect on the start made by another Premier League challenger in Liverpool, ahead of their game with Brentford.

PART 3 | After an encouraging draw at Man City, will Southampton get off the mark against a goal-shy Wolves this weekend? And we look at what Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira has to do to land a breakthrough win over Brighton on MNF.
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Premier League Review: Ruthless Chelsea, Kane's tough start, De Gea's redemption, Liverpool's depth

Alice Piper is joined by Sky Sports football features editor Peter Smith and writer Nick Wright to discuss the big talking points from the weekend's action as Chelsea and Liverpool move joint top of the Premier League with 3-0 wins.

PART 1 | Did Chelsea show their title credentials with their second-half performance at Tottenham? How did Lukaku contribute despite not scoring? And what?s happening with Harry Kane?

PART 2 | How much was Manchester United?s win at West Ham down to David De Gea, and how much down to David Moyes? unusual substitutions? How far are United away from hitting top gear? Are Arsenal on their way back after passing Burnley test?

PART 3 | Are Brighton finally proving the virtue of patience under Graham Potter? Why have Leicester started so slowly? And who else has caught the eye this week?
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Lingard's late stunner sinks West Ham and Chelsea dominate Spurs in London derby

David Jones is joined by Micah Richards, Roy Keane and Graeme Souness as they discuss a dramatic and historical Super Sunday. Manchester United picked up a late win over West Ham after David de Gea's stoppage time penalty save and Chelsea looked dominant yet again after an impressive 3-0 away win at Tottenham Hotspur.
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Bailey stars as Villa brush Everton aside

Kelly Cates is joined by Leon Osman and Darren Bent as they analyse Aston Villa's 3-0 win over a much-changed Everton side.
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Saint-Maximin stars in thrilling draw between Newcastle and Leeds

Kelly Cates is joined by Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher as they discuss Newcastle and Leeds' pulsating 1-1 draw, where there were 38 attempts on goal between them with Allan Saint-Maximin the star of the show yet again.
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Premier League Preview: Michael Dawson on how Spurs should deal with Lukaku | Why Solskjaer is never more than 2 games from a Man Utd crisis

Michael Dawson, Gerard Brand and Ben Ransom join Alice Piper and Kate Burlaga in the latest Premier League weekend preview.

PART 1 | Michael Dawson previews Spurs vs Chelsea - how should Tottenham deal with Romelu Lukaku?

PART 2 | West Ham vs Man Utd preview - why Solskjaer is always on the edge; what is success for the Man Utd manager this season?

PART 3 | Weekend preview round-up: Liverpool, Arsenal and Man City in Saturday 3pm action
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Playing for the Planet Episode 6 - Gary Neville: ?These are the most dangerous issues in the world now - division & destroying the planet."

Like all the best albums from the 1990s, they leave you wanting more and they have a bonus track. In this extra episode, we focus on #GameZero - the first ever elite-level net zero carbon football match which will be live on Sky between Tottenham and Chelsea on Sunday September 19. Sky Sports presenter David Garrido speaks to pundit Gary Neville who is a big advocate for climate action and has always had a strong environmental focus, as well as director of football Gary Hughes who explains exactly how we're going to make this huge London derby net zero carbon. Neville also tells us how critical the climate crisis is, how powerful the world of football could be to pull the planet back from the brink, but find out where he might not actually be able to travel to by train...

By David Garrido
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Playing for the Planet Episode 5 - Dale Vince: ?Our fans have changed how they live ? veggie, vegan, electric cars, solar panels??

Time to be inspired. No doubt, Forest Green Rovers are THE greenest football club in the world. Endorsed as such by both FIFA and the United Nations, they are a true beacon for climate action. Sky Sports presenter David Garrido learns from chairman Dale Vince just how they got there, including only-vegan fare, electric charging points, solar panels, an organic pitch?and we find out what their latest 100% sustainable shirt is made out of. Vince also called out governing bodies to make a big impact, while head coach Rob Edwards tells us about his journey, how it?s changed his mindset, what new attitudes he and his team are adopting and how it?s benefitting their push for promotion to League 1.

By David Garrido
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Neville and Carragher have the Messi v Ronaldo debate and an Andros Townsend stunner gives Rafa Benitez's Everton a win over Burnley

Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher discuss who the greatest player in world football is; Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo. Plus, do Liverpool have the best starting XI in the Premier League and Everton beat Burnley with help from a stunning goal by Andros Townsend.
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Premier League Review: Ronaldo's sensational double, the Lukaku show and Liverpool's bright start

Alice Piper is joined by Sky Sports football writers Charlotte Marsh and Ron Walker to discuss the big talking points from the weekend's action as Premier League football returns after the international break.

PART 1 | Ronaldo's second debut assessed, what did he change? Can he lead Man Utd to the title? Will Newcastle fans' protest against Steve Bruce change anything? (0:48)

PART 2 | Is Romelu Lukaku the 'complete striker'? Are Chelsea showing their title credentials, and what does a first win - and goal - of the season do for Mikel Arteta? (16:58)

PART 3 | What does Liverpool's bright start mean for their title challenge? Have Spurs hit a bump? And who's caught the eye in the opening weeks of the season? (32:17)
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Playing for the Planet Episode 4 - Sofie Junge Pedersen: ?We will see more heart attacks in the future from the heat??

Football is vulnerable to climate change, just as much as it was to Covid-19 which caused seasons to be suspended with no matches played for months. The dangers are different, but just as stark if not more so. In this episode, Sky Sports presenter David Garrido talks to PSG?s Arianna Criscione and Juventus player Sofie Junge Pedersen about how extreme weather can have such a huge impact and, at worst, put lives at risk on the football pitch. Criscione and Pedersen also come up with some creative solutions to help fight the climate crisis, as it?s clearly something where football has a big role to play. And find out which tournament they reckon should make its name as ?climate-purposeful??

By David Garrido
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Super Sunday: Redknapp and Hasselbaink react to Liverpool's performance against Leeds as Elliott injury mars win.

David Jones is joined in the studio by Jamie Redknapp and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink to discuss Liverpool's comfortable 3-0 win over Leeds which saw Mo Salah join the Premier League 100 club but was marred by a unfortunate injury to Liverpool's Harvey Elliott.
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SNF: Lukaku brace helps Chelsea to Villa win

Graeme Souness and Darren Bent discuss Chelsea 3-0 win over Aston Villa in the Premier League. Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel explains why he withdrew new signing Saul Niguez at half-time, Villa boss Dean Smith speaks about his disappointment with mistakes that his side made and Romelu Lukaku explains what it means to finally score at Stamford Bridge.
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Premier League Preview: Souness on Leeds vs Liverpool | Ronaldo?s return | Chelsea?s title hopes

Sky Sports pundit Graeme Souness joins the Essential Football Podcast as Alice Piper, Peter Smith and Richard Morgan discuss the big talking points ahead of the Premier League weekend.

PART 1 | Souness? verdict on Leeds vs Liverpool, Virgil van Dijk?s comeback, and Elland Road memories

PART 2 | Chelsea?s title chances, what Saul Niguez brings to the team, and how international issues will affect Chelsea and Aston Villa

PART 3 | What can we expect from Cristiano Ronaldo?s return to Manchester United? And is Gareth Southgate?s first choice England XI now set in stone?
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Playing for the Planet Episode 3 - Carlo Cudicini: ?If Lionel or Cristiano are listening, we?d love to have them on board??

After spending most of his career keeping strikers out, Carlo Cudicini is now reaching out to the planet?s two most talented footballers?and he?s after their kit! Sky Sports presenter David Garrido chats to the now-loan player technical coach at Chelsea who has his own organisation, Footballers4Change. Its objective is to collect the match-worn shirts and boots of players (and indeed their families? clothes) to extend the lifecycle of those items and raise money for charity in the process. Cudicini gives us his views on fast fashion, and talks us through some of the gear donated by the likes of Gareth Southgate, Cesc Fabregas and Eden Hazard, including a very specific use for the Belgian?s size 6 trainers!

By David Garrido
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Playing for the Planet Episode 2 - Chris Smalling: ?Reducing red meat made my tendonitis go away??

Going plant-based is one of the latest food revelations, and footballers in particular are discovering the benefits of cutting meat, dairy and fish from their diets. In this episode, Sky Sports presenter David Garrido speaks to 2 big advocates of veganism, AS Roma centre-back Chris Smalling and Arsenal defender Jen Beattie on how it has helped them improve as athletes, especially around injuries. It?s also informed their life viewpoint on sustainability and encouraged them to take up other climate-positive activities in order to protect the planet. And in this ep, a plan is hatched to get one of the biggest managers in world football to join them for a plant-based feast over at Chris? place for the sequel?

By David Garrido
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Playing for the Planet Episode 1 - Patrick Bamford: ?Imagine being Leeds' No 9 in the PL, and having an iconic celebration??

We start our series with Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford ? it?s the first time that he has spoken at length on the topic of climate change. In this exclusive chat with Sky Sports presenter David Garrido, Bamford explains what his motives are for fighting against the climate emergency, just how he came up with the ?Bolt for Planet? celebration, despite what Aston Villa fans thought he was saying with the gesture! The 28-year-old talks openly about making changes to his life to reduce his own carbon footprint, how it?s ok to be an imperfect environmentalist, how he tries to inspire the youth of tomorrow, and find out which rival striker has been such an inspiration for him to continue his impactful work.

By David Garrido
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Premier League Review: How Ronaldo outcome will define Ole era; Who is to blame for Arsenal crisis? Plus: Chelsea show mettle

Alice Piper is joined by Peter Smith and Gerard Brand to run through the weekend's Premier League action after a memorable week on and off the pitch.

PART 1 | Will Cristiano Ronaldo play every game for Man Utd? Win at Wolves analysed, and is midfield still a problem for Solskjaer? (01:15)

PART 2 | Arsenal's wretched defending at City analysed; who is to blame for the latest crisis? What does Arteta need to show to keep his job? Do City even need a striker? (25:23)

PART 3 | Are Chelsea's handball complaints justified? Blues' draw at Liverpool assessed, plus: Everton, Spurs and Conor Gallagher impress (41:16)
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Super Sunday: Souness - Pogba tackle a leg breaker, Keane assesses Ronaldo's transfer to Utd

David Jones is joined by Roy Keane, Graeme Souness and Robbie Keane to analyse Manchester Utd's controversial win over Wolves and discuss the potential impact of Ronaldo signing for the Red Devils.
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SNF: Resilient 10-man Chelsea draw at Liverpool after James red

Jamie Redknapp, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Gary Neville discuss the 1-1 draw between Liverpool and Chelsea. Reece James was sent off for the Blues after appearing to handle the ball on the line in first-half stoppage time. Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta joins the panel to discuss the controversial incident. Plus, Neville discusses Manchester United's signing of Cristiano Ronaldo.
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Premier League Preview: Jamie Redknapp on Liverpool vs Chelsea and Harry Kane?s golf skills! | Plus: Man Utd on the brink of a record

Liverpool and Chelsea go head-to-head at Anfield live on Sky Sports on Saturday night and Jamie Redknapp joins Peter Smith on the Essential Football Podcast to preview the big clash between two Premier League title hopefuls.
PART 1: It?s Virgil Van Dijk vs Romelu Lukaku at Anfield this weekend ? but who will come out on top? Jamie Redknapp gives his verdict. Plus, the Sky Sports pundit reflects on Harry Kane staying at Spurs ? and reveals what the striker is like on the golf course!
PART 2: Sky Sports Football journalist Charlotte Marsh takes a look at a new role for Adama Traore for a Wolves side who have managed 42 shots but 0 goals in their first two Premier League games, and we dissect Man Utd?s remarkable run of results away from home.
PART 3: We preview Leeds? trip to Burnley and Data Editor Adam Smith names the statistically best-performing English players across Europe from the opening rounds ? with several surprise names in the side!
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MNF: Antonio dances into the record books

David Jones is joined by Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher for the first Monday Night Football of the season where Michail Antonio scored twice to become West Ham's top PL goalscorer as they beat Leicester 4-1. Plus there's the usual analysis of the weekend's matches, and the pairs predictions for the season ahead.
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Premier League Review: Lukaku?s ?dominant? second coming; Arteta?s Arsenal already under pressure

The second weekend of the 2021/22 Premier League season will forever be remembered for the second coming of Romelu Lukaku at Chelsea. Alice Piper is joined by Nick Wright, Ron Walker and Oliver Yew to reflect on Lukaku?s emphatic second Chelsea debut at the Emirates Stadium, and what the display means for Thomas Tuchel?s title challengers, as well as Mikel Arteta?s winless Gunners?

PART 1: Chelsea smashed their transfer record to bring Lukaku back to Stamford Bridge from Inter Milan but it already looks like money well spent after just one afternoon in north London. The panel examine Lukaku?s performance, how easily he adapted back to life in the Premier League, and how he will be that focal point Chelsea have been craving through the coming season. Attention then turns to Arsenal, who have lost their opening two games of the season and were subjected to boos at half-time and full-time from their own supporters. With Man City on the horizon, the pressure is already on Arteta.

PART 2: After Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Jurgen Klopp?s comments on the danger of Premier League rule changes transforming football into more physical sports like rugby and wrestling, the panel discuss whether Jack Stephens did indeed foul Bruno Fernandes in the build-up to Southampton?s goal against Man Utd, and whether the new interpretation of rules around contact have improved the game.

PART 3: Danny Ings scored his first home goal for Aston Villa with a sensational acrobatic strike against Newcastle. But was it a bicycle kick or an overhead kick ? and what?s the difference? After Jack Grealish opened his Man City account in somewhat fortuitous style, we assess his start to life with the champions and how team-mate Gabriel Jesus positional change could free up space for a certain Harry Kane, who made an appearance in Tottenham?s win at Wolves.
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Keane, Souness & Campbell on Lukaku's stunning Chelsea return and tough times at Arsenal

David Jones is joined by Sol Campbell, Roy Keane and Graeme Souness to reflect on Chelsea's 2-0 win against Arsenal, and look back on all the action from Super Sunday.
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Premier League preview: Will Lukaku get off to a flyer for Chelsea at Arsenal? Plus: Pogba?s best role and the lowdown on Watford

After a blockbuster opening weekend of the Premier League we?re gearing up to go again, with Arsenal vs Chelsea a headline fixture and set to feature the Blues' new striker Romelu Lukaku. Peter Smith is joined by Gerard Brand, Adam Smith, Nick Wright, and Ron Walker to look ahead to another big round of games...

PART 1: Will Romelu Lukaku fire Chelsea to a Premier League title challenge? And are Arsenal really in crisis? We assess both sides who go into a London derby in contrasting moods.

PART 2: Paul Pogba starred in Man Utd?s win over Leeds with four assists ? so how does Ole Gunnar Solskjaer keep getting performances like that out of him? And with Raphael Varane primed for his debut, do Man Utd now have all the pieces in place to become champions?

PART 3: Watford returned to the Premier League in style with a 3-2 win over Aston Villa on the opening weekend. We tell the story behind some of their new signings and examine their prospects this term. Plus we hear how a drive down the M6 was transformative for Brighton defender Shane Duffy?
PART 1: Will Romelu Lukaku fire Chelsea to a Premier League title challenge? And are Arsenal really in crisis? We assess both sides who go into a London derby in contrasting moods.

PART 2: Paul Pogba starred in Man Utd?s win over Leeds with four assists ? so how does Ole Gunnar Solskjaer keep getting performances like that out of him? And with Raphael Varane primed for his debut, do Man Utd now have all the pieces in place to become champions?

PART 3: Watford returned to the Premier League in style with a 3-2 win over Aston Villa on the opening weekend. We tell the story behind some of their new signings and examine their prospects this term. Plus we hear how a drive down the M6 was transformative for Brighton defender Shane Duffy?
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Premier League review: Spurs shine without Kane, Man City?s title rivals impress, and brilliant Brentford put pressure on Arsenal

The Premier League returned with a bang! Goals, standout scorelines, and, most importantly, fans packing out stadiums and creating incredible atmospheres across the country. Peter Smith is joined by Adam Bate and Charlotte Marsh to assess the opening weekend of the season.

PART 1: Nuno?s Tottenham off to a flyer without Harry Kane ? but what does defeat mean for Man City and their pursuit of the striker?

PART 2: Three title hopefuls make a big statement. We analyse the impressive wins for Manchester United, Chelsea, and Liverpool and consider their prospects of sustaining a tilt at the title.

PART 3: Wonderful Watford. Brilliant Brentford. Awful Arsenal. How two new arrivals from the Championship got off to ideal starts and the problems facing Mikel Arteta and the Gunners, with the pressure already mounting on his side.
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Neville, Souness, Richards & Dawson analyse Spurs? statement win

Dave Jones is joined by Graeme Souness, Micah Richards and Michael Dawson as they analyse Tottenham?s statement 1-0 win against champions Manchester City. There is also reaction from goal scorer Heung-Min Son, Raheem Sterling, Nuno Espirito Santo and Pep Guardiola. Gary Neville then joins the quartet in part three and gives his views on the Harry Kane transfer saga as well as discussing the other talking points from the opening matchweek in the Premier League.
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Redknapp and Carney discuss Liverpool's 3-0 win over Norwich

Jamie Redknapp and Karen Carney join Kelly Cates to discuss Liverpool's comfortable 3-0 win over Norwich at Carrow Road, where Diogo Jota, Roberto Firmino and Mo Salah were on the scoresheet.
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FNF: Brentford stun Arsenal on Premier League debut; Nev and Carra give their verdict on Arsenal's dismal defence.

Kelly Cates was joined at the Brentford Community Stadium by Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher to analyse a memorable night for Brentford as they celebrated their Premier League bow with a stunning win over an abject Arsenal side.
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2021/22 Premier League season preview: City still the team to beat? Challengers assessed, surprise package & how will promoted trio fare?

The Premier League is back! New signings, new teams, old rivalries resumed and fresh hope, all to the sweet sound of full stadiums. Kate Burlaga is joined by Nick Wright and Gerard Brand to preview another nine months of drama in the top flight.

PART 1: (02:24) Are City still the side to beat? And who will challenge them? Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool assessed

PART 2: (12:00) Will the north London gloom lift? Leicester in focus and surprise package: Leeds, Aston Villa and Everton tipped

PART 3: (28:14) How will promoted trio Brentford, Watford and Norwich fare? Plus: New managers assessed, and can West Ham deal with European distraction?
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Leicester's Community Shield win analysed | Grealish's debut assessed

Leicester got their season off to the perfect start with victory over Manchester City to claim the Community Shield at Wembley - where £100m man Jack Grealish had to wait for his City debut.

Alice Piper is joined by Pete Smith and Ron Walker to look back on Kelechi Iheancho's late winner, what the result means for both sides and how they are faring ahead of the return of the Premier League next weekend.
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Heartbreak for England, but glass is half full | Euro 2020 final review

It was penalty shootout heartbreak again for England and Gareth Southgate in a crushing Euro 2020 final defeat to Italy.

Alice Piper is joined by Pete Smith and Gerard Brand to reflect on a dramatic Euro 2020 final, with England unable to mark their progress with the silverware.
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The Euro 2020 Final preview: Will England lift the trophy? | Selection dilemmas, tactical analysis, key players, and the view from Italy

England are preparing for their first ever Euros final ? but can they beat Italy to lift the trophy?

Jasper Taylor is joined by Kaveh Solhekol, Peter Smith and Oliver Yew to discuss what Gareth Southgate?s side will have to do to make sure they come out on top in Sunday?s showdown. Sky Italia reporter Valentina Fass is also on the show to give us an insight into the Italian camp, the team?s renaissance under Robert Mancini, and what Italian supporters think of this England side.

Plus we hear from Gary Neville on the incredible atmosphere at Wembley and how that affects players, and Jamie Redknapp on why stopping Jorginho could be the key to England?s hopes.
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It's nearly home... England one step from glory after nail-biting win over Denmark | How the 'new England' could go all the way

Drink it in... England are in a major tournament final for the first time since 1966 after their extra-time win over Denmark at Wembley in semi-final of Euro 2020.

Kate Burlaga is joined by Rob Dorsett, Pete Smith and Nick Wright to discuss an historic night, and whether this 'new England' side can go all the way against Italy on Sunday.
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England vs Denmark tactical analysis | Will Southgate go to a back three? | Is Sterling player of the tournament? | Italy vs Spain preview

In the latest Sky Sports Football Euros podcast, Peter Smith is joined by Ben Ransom, Nick Wright and Gerard Brand to preview England's Euro 2020 semi-final with Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday.

Will Gareth Southgate go to a back three? What threats do Denmark pose on England's watertight defence? What can England learn from October's Nations League defeat against the Danes? And has Raheem Sterling been the overall player of the tournament so far?

Plus, we preview the other semi-final as Italy face Spain on Tuesday night at Wembley.
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England in dreamland! Southgate's perfect night as Ukraine are humbled | Shaw shows up Mourinho | Kane praise | Denmark preview

It doesn't get much more comfortable than that. England's controlled and dominant 4-0 win over Ukraine means they will face Denmark in the Euro 2020 semi-final at Wembley on Wednesday. Are the stars aligning for Gareth Southgate's side? And how has he managed to rid England of the fear factor?

Alice Piper is joined by Rob Dorsett, Adam Bate and Gerard Brand to discuss the win in Rome, as Harry Kane returns to form, Luke Shaw shows up Jose Mourinho in his new manor and England keep another clean sheet. It's all looking rosy, right?
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Spain into the semis ? but what?s missing? | Are Italy the best team still standing? | England tactics talk ahead of Ukraine QF

Spain and Italy booked a semi-final date at Wembley with their wins over Switzerland and Belgium, respectively, on Friday night. Now it?s over to Czech Republic, Denmark, Ukraine and England...
Kate Burlaga is joined by Sky Sports? Peter Smith, Adam Bate, and Nick Wright to analyse those first two quarter-finals, with the panel discussing the strengths ? and vulnerabilities ? of Spain and what makes Italy such an effective opposition.
Plus the guests look ahead to England?s Saturday showdown with Ukraine in Rome, weighing up the team selection dilemmas Gareth Southgate has for the big game and where it will be won or lost.
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