Pepped Up, Marco's Silva Lining and Bilic's Slavishly Poor Hammers

Apr 03, 2017, 03:23 PM

Neil Atkinson and John Gibbons take a look at the weekends Premier League action with some of the fans it matters too most.

Firstly writer and Manchester City fan Stephen Tudor talks to us about City's 2-2 draw away at Arsenal, normally a decent result but maybe a missed opportunity in this case. We talk substitutions, conspiracy theories on penalties and the fast development of Leroy Sane.

Then it's a trip to the other end of the M62 to speak with Ben Finney about Hull City's huge win against West Ham United. They are now level on points with Swansea City in 17th and increasingly confident of staying up. We discuss the impact of Marco Silva, both in this game and since his appointment.

Much less positive is West Ham fan Andy Middleton. The Hammers have lost four in a row and look the latest club to get "dragged in". Andy fills us in on what has gone wrong at The London Stadium and how long Slavan Bilic is likely to survive in the hot seat