Kelly Cates, Lee Dixon and Alistair Bruce-Ball react to Chelsea's 2-2 draw with Burnley, which lifted Maurizio Sarri's side into the top four. However Chelsea failed to take full advantage of their rivals' slip-ups in the race for the Champions League places, while their opponents all but secure their top flight status. There's also a comprehensive round-up of the EFL action, with former Norwich City striker Iwan Roberts giving his view as his old club edge nearer to a Premier League return. And just what is going wrong at Manchester United?
Advantage Liverpool and Solskjaer’s top four troubles
Steve Crossman is joined by former Tottenham midfielder Andy Reid, former Newcastle striker Shola Ameobi and Tom Collomosse from the Evening Standard to reflect on a dramatic day in the Premier League.
As Liverpool go two points clear at the top after a 2-0 win at Cardiff – the panel analyse whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should have been named as the permanent manager of Manchester United before the end of the season after they were hammered 4-0 by Everton.
The team look at how Crystal Palace was able to beat Arsenal 3-2 and whether they’ll be able to hold onto Wilfried Zaha who is being linked with a move away from Selhurst Park.
It’s Raheem Sterling v Virgil Van Dijk, as the team pick their PFA player of the year.
And with just three games left to go in the Championship, the panel debate who is likely to miss out on an automatic promotion spot out of Leeds or Sheffield United.
The Big Weekend Preview Pod
Darren and JJ look ahead to the weekend's football action. This week they are joined by former Chelsea and Tottenham midfielder, turned manager, Gus Poyet and former Leicester boss Nigel Pearson. It’s round two between Manchester City and Tottenham, this time in the Premier League – will City be able to bounce back and have Spurs been given enough credit for their Champions League win? As two managers who have found themselves in relegation battles before, Gus and Nigel discuss who will take the final relegation spot? Is it between Cardiff and Brighton? And, how do you galvanize your team to believe they can survive the drop? The panel also chat about the success of new managers in the Premier League this season, from Ole Gunnar Solsksjaer and the identity of Manchester United to Brendan Rodgers and his quest to secure Leicester a spot in Europe.
Sissoko’s surprise & Cruyff’s legacy
Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague, Mina Rzouki and Julien Laurens analyse the incredible match between Man City and Spurs – explaining why Moussa Sissoko did not realise his team had gone through - plus with Ajax and Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals, Jordi Cruyff talks about the influence of his dad Johan.
A modern classic: “This game had absolutely everything”
What. A. Match. Mark Chapman is joined by Alan Shearer, Michael Brown and John Murray in the Etihad Stadium after Tottenham qualify for the Champions League semi finals on away goals after a 4-3 thriller at Man City.
We hear from both managers, plus from Ian Dennis in Porto as Liverpool reach the semi finals in a much more routine affair.