A weekly review of the weekend’s football from Sky Sports’ expert and Manchester United legend Gary Neville
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Neville reacts to North London Derby | Arsenal missing the right forward | How can three promoted teams turn it around?
Peter Drury asks Gary Neville for his opinion on another exciting North London Derby and also looks ahead to Arsenal’s game against Manchester City in two weeks time - Rodri will be a big miss for Manchester City, but Arsenal could miss Declan Rice and Bukayo Saka even more. He also shows his delight for Jonny Evans as he feared it would go badly against Burnley. Finally, Gary looks at how the three promoted teams are currently sitting at the bottom of the league and thinks about what they need to do to turn it around. Oh, and what’s happening at Chelsea!?
Neville: It was essential Arsenal won on Merseyside | Football at Everton is dreary | Brighton made Man Utd look ordinary
Gary Neville and Peter Drury discuss Arsenal's win over Everton on Merseyside, Manchester United's woes against Brighton, and Chelsea's draw with Bournemouth.
Neville: What an incredible match! | Arsenal beat Man Utd in dramatic fashion!
Gary Neville and Peter Drury discuss the bonkers match between Arsenal and Manchester United where the Gunners ran out 3-1 winners following a match full of penalty appeals, disallowed goals and stoppage-time strikes.
Neville: Newcastle need a quality forward | Nunez could become a really interesting player for Liverpool
Following a late comeback at St James' Park, Gary Neville discusses why Newcastle weren't able to kill off the game against 10-man Liverpool. He also dissects Darwin Nunez's incredible contribution to their 2-1 win, and says that if he can finish like he did today, he could be a very important player for Liverpool.
Neville: Liverpool still not a world class defensive unit despite talent | Carragher: New look Chelsea a 'pretty tasty' proposition
Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher reflect on Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Liverpool at Stamford Bridge as Neville suggests that despite the individual quality in Jurgen Klopp's backline they still concede too many goalscoring opportunities. Plus, Carragher believes Mauricio Pochettino's side can be a 'pretty tasty' proposition this season if they manage to add Moises Caicedo to their midfield.