Liverpool humble Manchester City and have Leicester and Chelsea joined the title race?
Emma Saunders is joined by Reading midfielder Charlie Adam, former Burnley winger Michael Kightly and Ben Haines from 90min to reflect on Liverpool’s 3-1 victory over title rivals Manchester City.
The team discuss whether they think a penalty should have been awarded to Manchester City for a handball from Trent Alexander-Arnold, whether Pep Guardiola was tactically wrong and whether Man City can catch Liverpool who now have a nine point lead over their main title rivals.
As that defeat sees Manchester City slip to fourth in the Premier League table, the panel consider whether Leicester and Chelsea should be now included in the title race conversation.
There’s a heated discussion as the team debate about whether Gareth Southgate should try and persuade Jamie Vardy to come out of international retirement and play for England after he was pivotal once again for Leicester in their 2-0 win over Arsenal.
There’s plenty of praise for Willian’s performance for Chelsea in their 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace and Dwight McNeil’s recent form for Burnley as they ran out 3-0 winners over West Ham.
And where do England’s women’s team go next after their disappointing 2-1 defeat to Germany in front of a sell-out crowd at Wembley.
The Big Weekend Preview Pod
A look ahead to some of the Premier League weekend fixtures – including the big one – Liverpool vs Manchester City.
The panel discuss if Chelsea are having their version of Manchester United’s class of 92. And Watford finally get a win in the Premier League as they beat Norwich 2 nil at Carrow Road.
Darren Fletcher is joined by Reading midfielder Charlie Adam, former Chelsea midfielder Pat Nevin and Commentator Conor McNamara.
The Pod includes interviews with Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp
Euro leagues: The Brilliant Brazilian and the Berlin Wall
Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague and Kristof Terreur discuss the emergence of Rodrygo and a big win for Dortmund. Thirty years after the collapse of the Berlin Wall they also hear about two players who slipped out of a record shop and defected to the West. Plus, the team are joined by the Englishman still busy celebrating a title win in Sweden.
A clean sheet for Kyle Walker and Son doubles up for Spurs
Manchester City defender Kyle Walker ended up in goal as his side missed a chance to make the knockout stages in the Champions League, drawing 1-1 at Atalanta. And Tottenham Hotspur picked up their first away win since May with a 4-0 win at Red Star Belgrade with Son Heung-Min scoring twice, just days after his involvement in Andre Gomes’ serious injury at Everton.
Mark Chapman is joined by correspondent John Murray, Alistair Bruce-Ball, ex-Spurs and Man City midfielder Michael Brown and former England goalkeeper Rob Green.
BBC Sport's John Bennett also rounds up all the other Champions League scores of the night.
This pod also includes interviews with Mauricio Pochettino and Eric Dier.
Chelsea’s thrilling fight back, Liverpool go top and Xhaka loses the Arsenal armband
Kelly Cates is joined by former Chelsea midfielder Andy Townsend, former Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock, our senior football reporter Ian Dennis and commentator John Acres to reflect on another extraordinary night of Champions League football.
Chelsea fought back from 4-1 down to draw 4-4 with Ajax at Stamford Bridge. The team dissect what was a crazy game where Ajax saw two of their defenders sent off in the space of ten seconds and VAR once again was the hot topic after Chelsea were denied a winner.
Liverpool have gone top of their Champions League group after a 2-1 win over Genk at Anfield. The panel debate whether it was a “flat” performance for the Premier League leaders.
Arsenal head coach Unai Emery has confirmed that Granit Xhaka has had the captaincy stripped from him after his reaction to being booed by fans in their 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace over a week ago.
We discuss whether newly appointed captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the right man for the job and whether there’s any way back for Xhaka at Arsenal.
We also hear from Chelsea boss Frank Lampard and Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp and Georginio Wijnaldum.
And there’s all the latest ahead of Tottenham and Manchester City’s respective matches in the Champions League on Wednesday night.