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On todayâ€™s Football Weekly - providing you can hear it - AC Jimbo is joined by John Ashdown, Jacob Steinberg and Gregg Bakowski to look back on a typically twisty-turny weekend in the Premier League.
We begin with a Brendan-like showing from the newly Klopp-ed Liverpool, which lead to Newcastle beating them 2-0. Leicester meanwhile opened up a two point gap at the top as they blew Swansea away and Stoke did a serious number on Manchester City.
Next up, we hear from Rafa Honigstein about Manchester Unitedâ€™s chances away at Wolfsburg. Anything less than a win and United will be in the Europa League or out of Europe altogether - which is a similar predicament for Arsenal and Chelsea. Squeaky bum time, indeed.
Finally, we get another update from the Championship and League One, and salute the Portland Hispters - sorry, Timbers - after they won the MLS Cup for the first time.
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