Today’s episode of The 2 Robbies Football Show features a opinionated and knowledgeable pundit (and former co-commentator for Sky Sports) Craig Burley.
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Some of the topics that’ll be discussed on today’s show include:
– Chelsea keep the pace
– Tim Howard injured
– Shout for Jon Walters red card
– Tottenham host Manchester United
– Southampton host Chelsea
– West Ham host Arsenal
– Newcastle host Everton
– Liverpool host Swansea
– Chelsea have only conceded in the first-half of one of their last 14 Premier League games (Emre Can for Liverpool).
– Liverpool kept only their second clean sheet in their last 13 Premier League away games.
– Saints have won all of the nine league games this season when they have opened the scoring. They have lost six of eight when they have conceded first (W1 D1).
– Gareth Barry became the first player in PL history to reach 100 yellow cards.
– Harry Kane has now scored 15 goals in all competitions this season; only Sergio Aguero (19) has more for Premier League sides
– Christian Eriksen has scored four goals in his last seven PL games, including three in his last four on the road.
– Gylfi Sigurdsson has had a hand in nine of Swansea’s 15 home league goals this season (two goals, seven assists)
– Alexis Sanchez (10 goals, six assists) has scored or assisted half of Arsenal’s 32 Premier League goals this season.
– Arsene Wenger sealed his 400th Premier League victory as a manager in this match.
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