It’s hard to remember another international break that provided as much positivity as the one just gone, with England dispensing of Czech Republic and Montenegro in domineering fashion by scoring five times in both of the Euro 2020 Qualifiers.
The performances alone have given the Fixture In Focus team plenty to sink their teeth into, the only disappointing distraction being the matter of racist chanting from Montenegro fans directed towards England’s Raheem Sterling, Calum Hudson-Odoi and Danny Rose.
But after dissecting the highs and lows of England’s impressive start to qualifying, host James Jones and #FIFpod regulars Christy Malyan and Chris McMullan turn their attentions to this week’s Fixture in Focus – Liverpool vs Tottenham.
This clash rarely disappoints, partaken by two sides who insist upon exciting and energetic brands of attacking football, and Sunday’s encounter has all the makings of another classic with Champions League qualification and the Premier League title both on the line.
This week’s agenda includes a warning for Declan Rice, questioning why football’s governing bodies aren’t doing more to prevent racism, looking at why Liverpool may be looking to offload Naby Keita and debating whether the stadium move will be a boost or a blow for Tottenham.
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