EPLpod: Klopp’s first stop, West Ham’s scam, and fantasy shmantasy

Look no further than EPLpod to get the low-down on this weekend’s long-overdue Premier League fixtures. Mike & Paul lament the Purina fiasco (don’t ask if you’re new to the pod), talk West Ham’s Olympic Stadium takeover, and reveal which Premier League team has covered more blades of grass than Manchester United.

Chelsea, Robin Van Persie: As you were.

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EPLpod: Purina One Pro Formula Episode

Purina One Pro Formula presents EPLpod! Due to contractual obligations, Mike and Paul insert 30 cat puns into conversations about Jürgen Klopp, Sam Allardyce, and all of the various injuries that have happened over the international break.

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EPLpod: Roy Keane 1 Robbie Keane nil

Roy Keane’s back-and-forth with Robbie Keane; Giggs vs. LVG: now or later?; 1 player’s brain into another’s body, with another players technique grafted on #frankenplayer. Yup, it’s definitely international week.

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EPLpod: Somebody get a taxi for Brendan Rodgers

Brendan Rodgers gets the axe from Liverpool, Arsenal ambush Manchester United, Aguero does his best Lewandowski impression, and Chelsea lose yet again. All of this and so much more on EPLpod, meow!

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EPLpod: Manchester United get set to duke it out against Arsenal

Manchester United, fresh off a big win over Wolfsburg, travel to north London to take on a well-rested Petr Cech and Arsenal. Everton hosts Liverpool while Chelsea look to find their form against white hot Southampton.

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EPLpod: Manchester United go top, Arsenal still in fourth, City and Chelsea faulter

Manchester United strolled to a 3-0 win over Sunderland, which is somehow still managed by Dick Advocaat. An Alexis Sanchez hat-trick helped Arsenal outgun a speedy Leicester City. Chelsea continue to toil in the bottom quartile while City drop to 2nd. Liverpool, as you were.

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EPLpod: Magnificent Martial to run riot over Sunderland, Mike participates in a ménage à trois

The British invasion of EPLpod continues! Mike, Louis, and Eric discuss Arsenal’s poor run of forum, Manchester’s magnificent Martial, and the lack of English players in the top flight. Paul gets arrested for lewd behaviour.

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EPLpod: Diego Costa is the new Luis Suárez, Anthony Martial is simply unreal

Has Diego Costa cemented his title as the most hated player in the EPL? Was Anthony Martial really a bargain buy? Mike and Louis discuss both of these topics as well as Manchester City’s fall from grace while Paul deals with a hybrid gonorrhea-chlamydia mega virus.

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EPLpod: Chelsea get set to rumble with Arsenal, Paul gets syphilis

Will Chelsea’s bad run of luck continue when they face Arsenal? Can the two Manchester teams rebound after facing mid-week humiliation in the Champions League? Mike & Eric discuss, while Paul tends to a nasty little STD he recently picked up.

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EPLpod: Manchester United’s Martial worth every penny, Chelsea lose again

Manchester United return to their winnings ways by downing an abject Liverpool side. City remain perfect. And Chelsea lose again. No shin guard for Hoolahan? No problem.

What’s more? Well, Mike & Paul weigh in on which referee for whom they’d like to cook a hearty Italian meal. All of this and more, only on EPLpod.

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