The games are coming thick and fast so it’s time to join our panel for a Premier League Matchday 3 preview on the latest edition of ‘The Data Day Live’.
As well as looking forward to a packed schedule of matches, including the thoughts of our supercomputer on the outcomes, Duncan Alexander, Oliver Hopkins and Graham Bell debate whether Liverpool’s title bid is already over having failed to win either of their opening games to the season. It’s possibly a good job they are playing the similarly winless Manchester United on Monday.
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