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Have a listen to the TEAMtalk Podcast as we reflect on all 10 of the Premier League games from an action-packed first weekend of the season.

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With Euro 2012 forgotten and the Olympics consigned to history, the Premier League is back and after 27 goals, seven penalties and two red cards, it feels like it's never been away.

Matt Briggs takes on the role as host, as all 10 Premier League matches are put under the microscope with help from Rob McCarthy and Football365's Matt Stanger.

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* Everton's 1-0 win over Manchester United takes pole position in TEAMtalk's running order and our trio pay tribute to the 'unplayable' Marouane Fellaini.

* Liverpool's 3-0 defeat by West Brom is analysed and Rob is baffled by Brendan Rodgers' post-match quotes, while Matt S voices his concerns about Steven Gerrard.

* Eden Hazard caught the eye at the weekend as Chelsea eased to a 2-0 win over Wigan and Matt S thinks the Blues will have to do better against the top teams this time around if they are to improve on last season.

* Arsenal struggled in their goalless draw with Sunderland and Matt B believes the signing of Lukas Podolski could prove to be an own goal.

* Also, Rob reveals his praise for Fulham and reveals the ideal man he would like to bolster his beloved Tottenham.

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