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S09E08 - Arsenal Just Keep Winning

In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable, we discuss Arsenal's win against Liverpool, if it's more likely that Arsenal are genuine title contenders or if Liverpool will finish outside the European places, Erling Haaland's incredible start to life in the Premier League, if there's a risk of fans getting bored with City winning the title so regularly, Nottingham Forest's surprising turnaround on Steve Cooper's future, Wolves' loss to Chelsea at the weekend, the Bruno Lage era coming to an end, if Lopetegui is an exciting option for Wolves fans, if the North London Derby will prove to be a turning point for Tottenham and Arsenal, the players that have disappointed for our clubs thus far this season, and preview coming matches.

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  • S10E07: Can Everton Avoid the Drop Despite Their Points Deduction?

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    54:26
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    01:03:36
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    51:02
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    01:00:48
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