ESPN FC Press Pass: 27 November 2012
Stewart Robson and Robbie Mustoe discuss the title race in Serie A after Napoli won and Inter lost, Chelsea's draw with Man City and Arsenal's lackluster performance against Villa. Plus, Stewart's team of the week!
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