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Today on our podcast: our panel dissects the thrilling game between Chelsea and Manchester City, which ended 4-4. Find out why Chelsea performs well against bigger clubs but not against others.

The panel also reviews Pablo Sarabia’s breakthrough at Wolves during their glorious comeback at Molineux, and the very unexpected five-goal thriller between Crystal Palace and Everton. Plus, the mystery surrounding James Ward-Prowse’s absence from the England squad.

Add to that the intrigue of figuring out why 20% of referees aren’t liked by Roberto De Zerbi, how Manchester United is the most in-form team in the Premier League, and who decided to name their dogs after Max and Barry.

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