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Report: Liverpool considering Nagelsmann
David Ornstein joins Ahmed Fareed to discuss the latest news regarding Liverpool's search for a new sporting director, and their search of a new manager this summer.

Premier League Betting

Brad Thomas rolls out another round of betting power rankings for Matchday 26
Liverpool aims to remain atop the table in a Matchweek 26 battle v. Luton Town.
The 2 Robbies Podcast


Relive Arsenal’s 4-1 demolition of Newcastle where goals from Bukayo Saka and Kai Havertz helped guide the Gunners to a crucial three points at the Emirates in Matchweek 26.
Joe Willock gets Newcastle on the board as he scores against his former team late in the second half to reduce the Magpies’ deficit to 4-1 against Arsenal at the Emirates.
Make it another set piece goal for Arsenal as Jakub Kiwior’s header finds its way into the back of the net to give the Gunners a 4-0 lead over Newcastle at the Emirates.
The rout is on as Bukayo Saka slots home Arsenal’s third against Newcastle in the second half at the Emirates.
Within minutes, Arsenal take a 2-0 lead over Newcastle thanks to Gabriel Martinelli’s extra effort to set up Kai Havertz in front of goal for a simple tap in.
Gabriel’s header is saved, but Sven Botman accidentally turns in the rebound to give the Gunners an early 1-0 lead over Newcastle at the Emirates.
Jon Champion and Lee Dixon break down Manchester City’s performance in a 1-0 win over Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium.
Ahmed Fareed, Robbie Earle, and Tim Howard share their key takeaways from Manchester City’s narrow 1-0 victory over Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium.
Relive Manchester City’s visit to the Vitality Stadium where Phil Foden’s goal in the first half was enough to guide Pep Guardiola’s squad to a 1-0 victory over the Cherries in Matchweek 26.
Watch full match highlights from Burnley’s visit to Selhurst Park, where Crystal Palace took advantage of 10-men Burnley en route to a comfortable three-goal victory to give Oliver Glasner his first win as their manager.