Euro Leagues: The diva whisperer and the next Klopp
Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and Mina Rzouki explain why Carlo Ancelotti is the diva whisperer and hear from German journalist Günther Schroth, who tells the team why there are shades of Jürgen Klopp about Borussia Monchengladbach boss Marco Rose.
Mourinho's men get 'Mullered'
Kelly Cates is joined by Champions League winner with Manchester United Darren Fletcher, former Chelsea winger Pat Nevin, commentator John Murray & Jason Burt from The Daily Telegraph as they look back at Tottenham Hotspur's 3-1 defeat at Bayern Munich in their final Champions League group game. The guys also react to Manchester City's thumping 4-1 victory over Dinamo Zagreb in Croatia
Liverpool, Chelsea – Job done!
Chelsea avoided a late scare at Stamford Bridge against Lille and Liverpool topped Group E when they beat an impressive Salzburg side.
Kelly Cates is joined by Ian Dennis, Clinton Morrison and Statman Dave, where they discuss both sides' future in the tournament.
Inter Milan and Ajax are both out of the Champions League, John Bennett sums up all of Tuesday night's results across Europe.
And Stephen Warnock and Alistair Bruce Ball give their analysis of the Liverpool game from the Red Bull Arena in Salzburg.
The pod includes interviews with Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp and Chelsea boss Frank Lampard.
MNC: Ljungberg's Arsenal pull 3 points out of the bag
Join Steve Crossman, former West Ham & Chelsea keeper Rob Green, Premier League title winner Chris Sutton and commentator Jonathan Pearce as they look back at Arsenal FINALLY getting their first win in 10 games as they beat West Ham 3-1 at the London Stadium. The guys also preview crucial Champions League games for both Liverpool & Chelsea.
Vardy vanquishes Villa and Pep's problems with adversity
Former Republic of Ireland international Steven Kelly, ex-Millwall striker Steve Morison and The Independent's Melissa Reddy join Emma Saunders to look back on the weekend's action. With Leicester now leading the chasing pack to Liverpool, the team assess whether Brendan Rodgers' side are now genuine title contenders. Duncan Ferguson impressed in his first game as Everton's caretaker boss - but is he realistically a contender for the permanent position? And the team look at whether Manchester City should now prioritise the Champions League over the Premier League.