Some teams start well, and others start badly; but few start completely at odds with where they will end up. Sam Tighe (@brsamtighe) and Dean Jones (@deanjonesbr) join host Jack Collins (@jjwc) to take a look at three teams who are over-performing in their respective leagues this season, and three teams who are well below where we expect them to finish.
Hot Takes this week involve a chat about how Maurizio Sarri’s Juventus are already showing signs they might become the best ever version of Sarriball after their win over Conte’s Inter in the Derby d’Italia (05:20), a prediction that Chelsea will become the lifeblood of the England squad by World Cup 2020 (09:10); and a look at Manchester City’s loss to Wolves at the weekend (13:54). This week’s Melon of the Week is given to a striker who missed an absolute sitter when his team needed him most to score... (19:08)
Roulette asks which is the best stadium food we’ve had (47:56); whether Barcelona should retire the No.10 shirt when Leo Messi retires (49:37) and which Premier League club the Rank Squad think each other best represent (52:08); before Sam rounds things off by ranking the best things about building a fort to watch football in, in this week’s nonsense rankings (53:31).
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