Steve Crossman, Rafa Honigstein and Mina Rzouki look ahead to Monday’s Champions League draw, hear from Hoffenheim’s Lutz Pfannenstiel about their European adventure and find out how the name of new Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl appeared on the German version of Who Wants to Be a Millonaire.
Man United “back to square one”, but City win
Darren Fletcher and Pat Nevin join Mark Chapman to look back on Manchester United’s 2-1 defeat to Valencia, as well as Manchester City’s 2-1 win at home to Hoffenheim.
We look ahead to who the English teams might get in the next round of the Champions League, plus with fans’ abuse of players a huge talking point, Darren reveals that he regularly gets abuse from fans about his ulcerative colitis.
Liverpool and Tottenham through - but do Spurs lack a superstar?
Kelly is at Anfield alongside Chris Waddle and others to reflect on a memorable night for English football. Mo Salah and Lucas Moura scored vital goals to send their teams into the last 16 of the Champions League - but how far can they go? We hear from Jurgen Klopp and Virgil van Dijk on Alisson's impact and also from Harry Kane and Pep Guardiola who's had his say on Raheem Sterling. Spanish football journalist Guillem Balague joins us from the Nou Camp - he thinks Tottenham need a £200million injection and a player such as Kylian Mbappe before they can win a big title. Not everyone agrees with him.
Is there deep-rooted racism in football?
Following on from the alleged racism Raheem Sterling suffered from Chelsea fans, Nedum Onuoha and Curtis Davies speak of their experiences and ask if the problems from the 1970s ever went away.
Plus Ian Dennis and Chris Sutton join Mark Chapman to debate on the title race, discuss Phil Foden’s future and look ahead to Tuesday’s Champions League ties for Tottenham and Liverpool.
The title race, racism and the 500 club
Jonathan Overend is joined by Karl Henry, Matthew Etherington and journalist Tom Collomosse as they discuss the title race, the alleged racial abuse of Raheem Sterling and James Milner joining the 500 club - plus all the weekend's other big talking points.