Pre-Show Open Thread: EPL Talk Podcast, Week 6 Preview

Mid-week Carling Cup results and the sixth match day in the Premier League, featuring Chelsea’s first test – these are the big stories for today’s recording of the EPL Talk Podcast, which will take place at 10 p.m. BST / 5 p.m. EST / 2 p.m. PST. But before that recording can happen, myself, Laurence McKenna and Kartik Krishnaiyer need to know:

What do you want to hear about on tomorrow’s edition of the EPL Talk Podcast?

Use the comments section below to leave your comments, submit your ideas, or ask your questions, and we will try to work them into today’s recording.

12 thoughts on “Pre-Show Open Thread: EPL Talk Podcast, Week 6 Preview”

  1. Hey Richard, the state of LFC should be a huge topic for a bunch of supporters but a more in-depth look at what the upcoming schedule has in store for LFC and where you see where they lie on the table in 4-6 weeks. Thanks!

  2. I think it will be a shock if somebody other than Arsenal or Manchester United win the league cup now. Who are you picks now at this stage of the competition?

  3. It’s early in the season still, but if Chelsea convincingly beat Manchester City at Eastlands on Saturday, should we start thinking about who would be a good replacement for Roberto Mancini?

    The Gaffer

  4. Thanks guys – long time listener, first time commenter.

    Two topics:
    1. Are the challenges that result in injuries really *that* reckless? Or is this good ol’ fashioned English football?

    2. Also, how does Fulham score goals now that both Zamora and Dembele are out?


  5. After his stellar performance against Newcastle, and the injuries sustained by Salomon Kalou and Yossi Benayoun, should young Josh McEachran feature for Chelsea in the near future?

  6. Did Liverpool hire the right man in Roy Hodgson? Nothing seems to have changed at the club as far as onfield performances are concerned. How long should Roy be given before the club thinks about replacing him and can they afford to given their financial woes?

  7. I think this year may be one of the better relegation battles come the end of the season. At this point (albeit still early) who do you see getting relegated?

  8. Talk a little bit about the top of the championship table. Also, maybe a little bit about the premier league teams that were relegated last year and how they are doing. The big 3/4 talk is fine but why not just tack on 5 minutes to the podcast and add a little promotion contender talk.

  9. Thoughts on Manchester United’s growing problem in the defensive backfield. Will United have the funds necessary to address this issue in the next transfer window? Who do you expect to be on the move when the transfer window opens up? Where does GK Shay Given end up now that Hart has the number 1 job locked down

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