The Overlap Live Fan Debate with Gary Neville & Jamie Carragher | Start of Season 22/23 Part 2/2

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Part 2 is here of our start of season Premier League fan debate, brought to you by Sky Bet, and I’m back with Jamie Carragher, Josh Denzel and the biggest fan channels in the country.

The discussion continues, with breaking up the top 6, to who we think will go down, and much more.

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00:00-14:27 Quickfire Premier League Round, Jesse Lingard & the promoted sides

14:28-20:03 Can West Ham break the top 6? Can Newcastle?

20:04-26:59 Will Everton be involved in another relegation battle? Is Lampard safe?

27:00-30:23 Are Leeds safe under Jesse Marsch? And Gary & Jamie’s relegation candidates

30:24-40:58 Q&A – Barcelona’s spending, should referees do post-game interviews & more

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