A social issue in football, Arsenal's first real test, and Bolton & Bury's battle
Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson are joined by James Gheerbrant, and Bill Edgar to look ahead to a mouthwatering weekend in the Premier League. Early front runners, Arsenal and Liverpool go head to head, so could Arsenal come through their first real test and prove they are serious title contenders? They also discuss the horrible social media scenes, and disgusting racial abuse aimed at Paul Pogba following his penalty miss on Monday. And, after a big week of EFL action, Gregor discusses Bolton and Bury's worrying battle to survive. For information regarding your data privacy, visit
Who likes VAR? Why Arsenal might be the best team in North London, and where next for Newcastle
Natalie Sawyer & Gregor Robertson are joined by Matt Dickinson & Alyson Rudd to look back on a busy weekend of Premier League action dominated by THAT decision at Man City. They also discuss whether Arsenal are worthy early pace setters, why Frank Lampard has reasons to be cheerful and Gregor recalls his trip to beleaguered Bury as their supporters battle to keep the League Two club afloat. For information regarding your data privacy, visit
Klopp's second piece of silverware, Celtic's European demise, and another early Premier League treat.
Henry Winter Joins Gregor Robertson and Natalie Sawyer to look back at the all-English Super Cup in Istanbul, with the Premier League continuing to dominate Europe. Things are not so promising north of the border though as Celtic crash out of the Champions League before it really starts. Natalie and Gregor are also joined by James Gheebrant to take a look this weekend's Premier League action, as it throws up another early treat with Manchester City welcoming Tottneham to the Etihad. For information regarding your data privacy, visit
Are Manchester United really back?
Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson are back with The Game brought to you by the Times. On this episode, they are joined by The Times' Molly Hudson & Oliver Kay. They discuss whether Manchester United really are back following a 4-0 thrashing of Chelsea, how VAR fared in its first weekend in The Premier League, and whether Billy Sharp can cut it in the top flight. More award winning journalism head to www.thetimes.co.uk For information regarding your data privacy, visit
Season Preview Part 2
Natalie Sawyer and her new co-host Gregor Robertson are back with The Game brought to you by the Times. On this episode, they are joined by The Times very own, Alyson Rudd, and James Gheerbrant. In episode two of our season preview, they focus on the ins and outs of the transfer window, and what VAR will mean for the Premier League. They also discuss whether English clubs will be Kings of Europe again. More award winning journalism head to www.thetimes.co.uk For information regarding your data privacy, visit