Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas are joined by former Manchester United player Jonathan Greening, the Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert and Sheffield United midfielder Oliver Norwood.
They look ahead to all the weekend's fixtures including Manchester United against Liverpool, Sheffield United against Arsenal and Tottenham against Watford.
Euro Leagues: From groundsman to director - Stuart Webber special
In a special edition of the Football Daily, Norwich City sporting director Stuart Webber joins Emma Saunders, Guillem Balague and Julien Laurens to discuss his footballing philosophy, his journey to the top of a Premier League club and his ambitions for Norwich and himself. Stuart also takes us inside the negotiating room to give an insight into how scouting and transfer deals actually take shape.
How to run a football league club
Mark Chapman is joined by Ali Maxwell - from the Not The Top Twenty Podcast, Mark Palios - former FA chief executive and current Tranmere owner and football finance expert and podcaster, Kieran Maguire.
They discuss life on the edge of the football league including how you should and shouldn't run a club as well as asking what the league will look like in 5 or 10 years time.
Tackling racism in football: What happens next?
Kelly Cates is joined by Derby defender Curtis Davies, former Chelsea midfielder Andy Townsend, former Everton player Don Hutchison and Jack Pitt-Brooke from The Athletic to discuss what action should be taken after some England players were racially abused in their Euro 2020 qualifier with Bulgaria.
The team debate whether the England players should have walked off the pitch and whether the decision to stop the game should lie with the players or football federations.
We hear how authorities and journalists in Bulgaria have reacted to the scenes in Sofia on Monday and how racism should be tackled, both here and across Europe.
England’s win over Bulgaria marred by racist abuse
Mark Chapman is joined by former England internationals Stephen Warnock and Chris Waddle and senior football reporter Ian Dennis to react to the racist abuse and chanting directed at England players in their 6-0 win over Bulgaria.
The game was stopped twice as abuse was aimed at a number of players.
Our football correspondent John Murray talks to defender Tyrone Mings – who was one of the players abused – on his England debut. He also speaks to England manager Gareth Southgate and captain Harry Kane.
Former England Under 21's players Nedum Onuoha and Marvin Sordell give their thoughts on the scenes in Sofia and tell us about their experiences of racist abuse they’ve received on a football pitch and how they would have reacted if they had played in that game against Bulgaria.
Troy Townsend – head of development at “Kick It Out” - also comes on to the podcast and says UEFA and FIFA must do more to combat racist abuse.