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Watch ESPN UK Video: ESPN FC's Premier League Quiz! Ian Darke & Mark Ogden face off in Premier League history | ESPN FC. ESPN FC's Ian Darke and Mark Ogden challenge each other on English Premier League history in the latest FC quiz. Questions cover the entire era of the Premier League, including who won PFA Player of the Year in the first Premier League season, who scored the fastest-ever goal, who leads Manchester United in appearances, and which match was the highest-scoring.

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