Mark Chapman is joined by the former Aston Villa striker Dion Dublin and commentator Alistair Bruce-Ball as Liverpool have qualified for the Champions League knockout stages with two games to spare after a 2-0 win over Atletico Madrid.
They analyse why Liverpool have been so impressive in all four of their group matches so far and the importance of Fabinho and Diogo Jota to Jurgen Klopp’s side.
Former Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha and commentator Conor McNamara reflect on a comfortable 4-1 win for Manchester City over Club Brugge and discuss how this could be a boost for Man City heading into this weekend’s Manchester derby.
After Unai Emery rejected a move to Newcastle and announced he is staying at Villareal, Spanish football journalist Ernest Macia from Radio Catalunya and The Athletic’s senior writer George Caulkin join the pod to tell us why Emery has decided to stay and if Eddie Howe is now favourite for the Newcastle job.
And as Tottenham’s managing director of football Fabio Paratici has spoken for the first time since appointing Antonio Conte as Spurs manager, Italian football journalist Mina Rzouki gives us an insight into the pair’s special relationship.
0’30” – Reaction to Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Atletico Madrid
2’00” – Why was Felipe shown a straight red card?
4’45” – How Liverpool have made light work of a tough Champions League group
8’15” – The importance of Diogo Jota
10’00” – How Fabinho could be crucial to Liverpool this season
12’00” – Jurgen Klopp post-match interview
13’05” – How the ‘false nine’ worked effectively for Manchester City against Club Brugge
17’20” – Pep Guardiola post-match interview
18’20” – Preview of the Manchester derby
21’00” – Chat on Unai Emery staying at Villareal and if Eddie Howe is now favourite for the Newcastle job
28’50” – Fabio Paratici on appointing Antonio Conte as Tottenham manager
37’20” – Wednesday’s night’s EFL Round-up