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Liverpool enters the top four again and looks at the possibilities to stay there with one game remaining. But should Jürgen Klopp replenish his team over the summer, or should he take back the injured defense?

Should Harry Kane go on strike at the Spurs after a long farewell march after home defeat? To the villa?

Should Sean Dyche stay at Burnley?

Arsenal wins at the Palace, and that is for Roy Hodgson after the honor guard? At Selhurst Park? Lars praises Hodgson as a free-standing character with an ongoing legacy to the Swedish teams in Scandinavian football.

And Mark explains why barbecues are bad news.

He's coming back on Monday.

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