Pre-Show Open Thread: EPL Talk Podcast Weekend Preview (Mid-Week Review) Show

Time’s ticking down to our 10 p.m. BST/5 p.m. EST/2 p.m. PST recording, where myself, Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna will be looking back on mid-week action and forward to this weekend in the Premier League.

Of course, we’re going to talk about United winning at the Mestalla. And of course, Arsenal’s Sunday visit to Chelsea will be dissected like out Biology grades depend on it. But more important …

What do you want featured on your show?

Use the comments to let us know what issues you want discussed and we’ll try to work you feedback into tomorrow’s show.

6 thoughts on “Pre-Show Open Thread: EPL Talk Podcast Weekend Preview (Mid-Week Review) Show”

  1. Can’t help but wonder if we’re setting ourselves up for a Fabi-tragedy. Has a great game at midweek, gets talked up by teammates/press/fans, then runs into the Chelsea Goal Machine with that shaky back line in front of him. Yikes.

  2. I would like to know your thoughts on Manchester United’s defensive form for the Valencia match. Do you take the clean sheet as a sign of things getting better or were they just lucky? Valencia had opportunities they just flat out missed. Additionally, do you Sir Alex Ferguson mixing and matching between Macheda, Chicharito, & Berbatov? In my novice opinion, it is hard to ignore the speed of Chicharito & Macheda up front with Nani helping out in support. I know Berbatov has been superb thus far, but the last two matches ( Bolton & Valencia ) I felt as though he was just drifting. I thought Berbatov looked really uninspired yesterday.

    Finally, do you think that we will see a lot of action during the next transfer window? With teams in financial trouble I wouldn’t expect their to be much activity. I would love to see Manchester United address their back line.

    Thanks, love the podcast.

  3. Would love to hear your thoughts on Spurs game against Twente and the seemingly Jeckyll and Hyde nature of the team in general this year. They seem to be up for Champions League matches but can’t find a way to beat Wigan and West Ham. What’s going on with Uncle Harry’s men and will they find a way to stay in the Top 4?

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