Goals galore at Chelsea and Manchester United lead form table – Football Weekly

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On the podcast today: the panel discusses a brilliant game between Chelsea and Manchester City which ended 4-4. Why do Chelsea do well against bigger clubs but not so well against others?

Also, the panel reviews Pablo Sarabia’s touch in Wolves’ glorious comeback at Molineux, Crystal Palace and Everton’s very unexpected five-goal thriller. Also, why hasn’t James Ward-Prowse made the England squad?

Plus, the panel tries to figure out the 20% of referees that Roberto De Zerbi doesn’t like, how Manchester United are somehow the most in-form team in the Premier League, and who has decided to name their dogs after Max and Barry.

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