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Hazard Perception (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

Watch out for the Hazard! On Tonight’s pod we discuss Eden and whether perhaps two wrongs just make two wrongs? We’d love to know what you think about ‘ball-boygate’ so let us know on Twitter or in the comments section.

In section two, we discuss attacking potency. Where are your team on the scale? Check the link at the bottom to find your sides level. Did you find any surprises? Did it confirm any pre-held beliefs you had? Either way let us know.

It’s a cup weekend! The week when pauper meets Prince is upon as, and we preview the most pertinent fixtures ahead of a set of games that will likely produce an upset or two. Can the FA Cup rival its cousin the Capital One Cup for surprise victors? Tell us, we want to know what you think about this avalanche of football we’re all enjoying.

You can do it via Twitter on our hashtags or in the comments section.

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2 Responses to Hazard Perception (EPL Talk Preview Podcast)

  1. Frill Artist says:

    The boy actually premeditated and admitted to time wasting

    Also interesting that his parents own nearly 40% stake in Swansea so we can rule out any form of reprimand from Swansea to the boy.

  2. The Gaffer says:

    If anyone is interested in analyzing their own team’s weaknesses, add a comment on the thread at

    The Gaffer

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