Extra Time podcast episode 4: Arsenal plumb new depths as Chelsea start to look like champions again

After the latest round of Premier League action, Jon Turner, Steve Luckings, Graham Caygill and Richard Jolly offer their thoughts on the biggest talking points.

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The third round of Premier League fixtures offered plenty to ponder ahead of the two-week break for international football.

Arsenal's humiliating defeat to Liverpool on Sunday stole most of the headlines as the pressure on manager Arsene Wenger continues to build.

Chelsea produced an accomplished display to defeat Everton at Stamford Bridge to offer a reminder of their title credentials, while Manchester City were late winners at Bournemouth in late, dramatic style.


For Manchester United it proved another encouraging weekend, and as the only team with the perfect start, Jose Mourinho's side head the table.

Jon Turner, Steve Luckings and Graham Caygill discuss all the weekend action in the studio and are joined on the phone by Premier League correspondent Richard Jolly from England.