EPL Round Table


EPLRT: S08E17 - Did Manchester City "Win" the Festive Period?

In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable, we discuss the big winners and losers of the congested holiday period, the biggest surprises and best perfromances from the third round of the FA Cup, how our clubs approached our FA Cup matches this week, what Crystal Palace's attack will look like with several players away at AFCON, the high-profile players that Newcastle are targeting this January, how things are going under Russell Martin at Swansea, and what Swansea fans have made of Manchester United recalling Laird and re-loaning him to Bournemouth.

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  • S09E23: The 2022/23 Premier League Season Comes to a Close

    In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable, we discuss the close of the 2022/23 Premier League season, what led to Leicester and Leeds getting relegated, our favorite moments of the campaign, some EPLRT awards, the grades we'd give our own clubs for the season, the best players at our clubs in 22/23, and preview the remaining cup finals.
  • S09E22: Manchester City Win the Premier League Title... Again

    In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable, we discuss Manchester City winning their third consecutive league title, where Pep's side ranks among the great teams of all-time, if the financial allegations diminish what City have accomplished, all three promoted clubs staying up for just the fourth time, if Wolves are headed in the right direction under Lopetegui, Joao Moutinho's legacy at Molineux, how Carlos Vinicius has fared under Marco Silva, if Fulham's 10th-placed finish is repeatable, our clubs' best players this season, and we preview coming matches.
  • S09E21: Did Brighton Just End the Title Race?

    In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable, we discuss Brighton's 3-0 win against Arsenal and the impact it had on the title race, the direction each club is heading after their 22/23 campaigns, what went wrong for Southampton and if they stand a chance at coming back up after one season, why Newcastle's haven't been able to keep clean sheets lately, if it would be disappointing to finish in a non-CL place, if Liverpool can fix their midfield this summer, what happened with the rumoured Bellingham deal, the players we'd like to sign from clubs in the relegation race, and preview our coming matches.
  • S09E20: Haaland Matches Premier League Goalscoring Record

    In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable, we discuss Haaland's 34 goals (thus far) in his debut Premier League campaign and if anyone expected this level of success this early, when will Haaland's inevitable record itself be broken, if people are excited to see Burnley and Sheffield United return to the Premier League next season, how Crystal Palace turned their season around under Hodgson, who could take charge at Selhurst next season now that safety has all but been achieved, if Tottenham fans were more disappointed with the start/result against Liverpool or encouraged by the fight to come back from 3 goals down, if Spurs' defensive woes are actually midfield woes, and we preview the coming Tottenham v Crystal palace match.
  • S09E19: Why Did Crystal Palace Sack Vieira Now?

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  • S09E17: Will Liverpool's Big Win on Sunday Prove to be a Turning Point?

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