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Premier League Weekend Wrap: Arsenal edge United in thriller | Haaland on course for 50 goals | Pressure builds on Lampard at Everton
Essential Football is back with a round-up of all the weekend's Premier League matches, featuring reporter analysis from up and down the top-flight.
Richard Morgan looks back at a thrilling contest between Arsenal and Manchester United, which saw the Gunners maintain their five-point lead to Man City at the top of the Premier League with a 3-2 victory. Can Arsenal be stopped in their quest to bring the title back to north London?
Erling Haaland and Man City will be doing their utmost to stop Mikel Arteta’s side. They beat Wolves 3-0 as Haaland scored yet another hat-trick and Adam Bate gives his reaction to the Norwegian’s scoring exploits.
There’s analysis from the 0-0 draws between Liverpool and Chelsea and Crystal Palace, while Lewis Jones reacts to what could prove to be a crucial win for West Ham and David Moyes against Everton. Defeat leaves the Toffees deep in the relegation mire and Frank Lampard under huge pressure.
We also hear about wins for Aston Villa and draws between Leicester and Brighton, Leeds and Brentford, and Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest.
And that's your Premier League Weekend Wrap!
Premier League Weekend Wrap: Derby bragging rights for Man Utd and Arsenal | Problems continue for Everton and Liverpool
Essential Football is back with a round-up of all the weekend's Premier League matches, featuring reporter analysis and manager reaction from up and down the top-flight
Peter Smith looks back at Manchester United’s derby win over Man City. Are United now in the title race? Arsenal extended their lead at the top of a table with a derby win of their own. Mikel Arteta’s side beat Tottenham 2-0 to open up an eight-point gap. Nick Wright gives his verdict on a pulsating North London derby at the Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium.
There’s reaction from Newcastle’s late win against Fulham and Chelsea’s much-needed victory against Crystal Palace, while there is analysis of the continued problems on Merseyside as Liverpool lost to Brighton and Everton were defeated by Southampton.
We also hear about wins for Aston Villa, Nottingham Forest, Wolves and Brentford.
And that's your Premier League Weekend Wrap!
Premier League return: Why it won't just be a 'World Cup hangover' affecting Qatar returnees
Essential Football is back - and so is the Premier League after the World Cup break.
Looking ahead to the resumption of the top flight, Ron Walker is joined by mental performance consultant Mark Bowden to analyse why such a short turnaround may affect players over the next few games - without them even realising it.
World Cup final: Messi’s moment, a superb tournament on the pitch, if not always off it – plus Southgate stays reaction
It’s the final Sky Sports World Cup podcast! Lionel Messi has his hands on the trophy at long last. Joining Ron Walker to look back on a sensational five weeks of football is Sky Sports News senior reporter Rob Dorsett.
Up for discussion are the final itself, where France got their second wind and how Messi shut down the GOAT debate once and for all, as well as what’s next for Didier Deschamps and how Kylian Mbappe still showed his greatness in defeat.
Also on the agenda is the legacy the tournament will leave – for good and bad – the nightmare transport issues at the Lusail Stadium and whether progress really is on the agenda for human rights in Qatar.
Finally, there’s reaction to the news Gareth Southgate will stay on as England manager, the reasons for his decision and his hopes of keeping fans onside ahead of Euro 2024.
Gary Neville's World Cup Awards | Messi best player? Ronaldo been a flop? Should Southgate stay?
On the latest episode of Sky Sports' World Cup podcast, host Joe Thomlinson is joined by Gary Neville to discuss who he thinks has been the tournament's best player, best youngster, biggest flop and many more. Plus, he grades the overall performance of England and has his say on the future of manager Gareth Southgate.
Sky Sports News' Pete Graves also joins the podcast to run through the players whose stock has risen the most throughout the tournament and who he thinks will be top of the Premier League clubs’ wishlist come January.
England fallout: Was that Southgate's last game? Where next for England? Plus: France vs Morocco, Argentina vs Croatia preview
Following England's defeat in the World Cup quarter-finals, Ron Walker and Nick Wright are joined by Kaveh Solhekol to discuss Gareth Southgate's future, whether he will stay in post for the Euro 2024 campaign and the legacy he has created around the Three Lions.
Geraint Hughes also joins us to assess the semi-final line-up and ask whether Morocco can continue to make history, if France are better than they thought, how Croatia are defying the odds again - and whether it's written in the stars for Lionel Messi.
Clueless waffling hosts
They barely know the England players names, let alone the mega stars from other squads. Who hired this useless duo? Its nothing but hot air. And to top it off, its poorly produced. Save your time and listen to the BBC’s Daily Euros or The Athletic instead.