This week on The Coach Home it theoretically focusses on the bottom of the table. Except it doesn’t – West Bromwich Albion are having a fine time of it. A massive win against Burnley has Dan Hewitt in raptures. Albion look good at the moment and with Rondon firing they could well ease into the top half of the table to stay.

However for Guto Llewelyn’s Swansea City things are no where near as joyous. Guto hasn’t seen Swansea win since the first game of the season and Seamus Coleman’s late equaliser for Everton against the Swans tethered the side to the bottom of the table. Their next game against Crystal Palace looks as must win as it gets.

As it is for Palace and Pardew. Robbie Scotcher feels the pressure really is mounting on the Palace manager and without a victory in that game he could well be gone. It is a proper six pointer to look forward to and for both Guto and Robbie a lot of recent misery to look back on.

The Coach Home. Journeying from good times to bad. Thanks to all for coming aboard.’

The Coach Home is our magazine show looking at teams outside of L4 and talking to their best commentators. It’s just one of a string of shows on TAW Player, our subscription podcast service that offers more than 30 shows about Liverpool FC every month. Find out more here.

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