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David Easson and Paul Robinson preview Sunday's Premier League action

David Easson and Paul Robinson preview Sunday's Premier League action

David Easson and Paul Robinson preview Sunday's Premier League action

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David Easson and Paul Robinson preview Sunday’s Premier League games.
This is David Easton with Paul Robinson, the former England and Leeds and Tottenham and Blackburn and Burnley goalkeeper. Looking at Sunday's games quick look at Everton against Aston Villa, the 2:00 kick off , it's an old historic game, this one but Villa are now the side on top between these two and they go there thinking hoping that they can get something out of Goodison Park.
Paul Robinson: Yeah, well, they've had a decent couple of games since the performance at Old Trafford when they went turning up in the first half and got overturned. The manager was disappointed with that.
Their away League form is the one thing that will cost Villa top four place.
If they don't put that right, they've won the last three league games at Goodison. Ollie Watkins. You want to watch? He's had five goal contributions.
Whether it's a goal or assist in the last 7 versus Everton. These home win against Burnley last time out in the league, which you'd have expected from. Everton, on the flip side of that draw at Palace after three defeats in a row, but that followed four wins in a row. So Sean Dyche’s gonna want to get his team back to form back to winning ways.
Although the defeat at Spurs they played particularly well. You could argue they deserved a lot more, Calvert Lewin, having his red card overturned, will be a big boost for them considering the effort haven't scored in the last two games expecting a low scoring game at Goodison in all honesty,
Everton have scored 11 and conceded 12 at home, so unders on the goals is a good one.
David Easson: OK, that's Everton Villa, the first game on Sunday, finishing up is Manchester United against Tottenham, your old side Spurs signing players looking good in good form.
Paul Robinson: Yeah, signing players before there's a Premier League ball kicked in January, which is very unlike Tottenham, isn't it two marquee signings as well. You could argue two very big, big signings Dragusin I think will be a great addition because Romero spent half his time either injured or suspended more than not suspended 45% of the games he's missed for since he's been at Tottenham Romero. So they needed another option, especially Eric Dyer leaving, although he hasn't played much this season Dragusin will be it'll it'll be a a great partner for Van der Venne or Romero. Whoever plays Timo Werner coming. And I think it's it's kind of a a low risk signing for both really. He didn't set the world on fire at Chelsea but he's high energy high press his pace the way that Ange plays I think he'll fit into his system.
Manchester United so inconsistent this season so for me Tottenham go there and get a good win,

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