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Chelsea beat Spurs in first Premier League game at Wembley
Reaction as Chelsea beat Spurs in their first Premier League game at Wembley. Plus Huddersfield continue their dream start with a win over Newcastle.
‘Faultless’ Manchester United hit four again
Reaction to Manchester United's most prolific start to a league season in 110 years as they win 4-0 for the second week in a row. Plus, another defeat away at Stoke for Arsenal, a much-improved defensive display from Liverpool to beat Crystal Palace and an incident-packed win for Southampton over West Ham. Includes interviews with Tony Pulis, whose West Brom side sit joint top of the league, and Bournemouth's Eddie Howe who's at a loss to explain his side's poor start to the season.
'Liverpool players will want what's best for Coutinho' - Bent
It's the Friday Football Social with Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas, where the guests include former Chelsea midfielder and Germany captain Michael Ballack, Derby striker Darren Bent, and former Newcastle caretaker boss John Carver. We'll preview all of the Premier League action including the weekend’s stand-out fixture, Tottenham against Chelsea. We bring you the latest on Barcelona's attempts to sign Philippe Coutinho, hear Jose Mourinho's take on Manchester United being title favourites, and discuss Aston Villa's awful start to life in the Championship.
'Jonny Evans would get plenty of game time at City'
As Manchester City are rebuffed by West Brom in their surprise pursuit of Jonny Evans and Everton finally land Gylfi Sigurdsson for a club record fee, Mark Chapman is joined by Pat Nevin, Jason Burt and Paolo Bandini to discuss the latest transfer developments in the Premier League.
Liverpool take one-goal advantage to Anfield
Mark Pougatch brings you all the day's football news including reaction to Liverpool's 2-1 win over Hoffenheim in the first leg of their Champions League play-off. Plus, to celebrate the Premier League turning 25 years old, Chris Waddle and Mark Lawrenson pick their all-time greatest XI.