Steve Crossman is at St George’s Park ahead of England’s Euro 2020 qualifiers. Everton’s Michael Keane played for Ireland in his youth - he has his say on Declan Rice’s switch to England. Callum Hudson-Odoi’s long suffering roommate shares stories of being kept up all night and they find out which pudding Tom Heaton most looks forward to in the England canteen. Ex-England defender Stephen Warnock, BBC football correspondent John Murray and senior football reporter Ian Dennis also speak to Kieran Trippier about his drop off in form and who spilled coffee on his new trainers.
Can Hudson-Odoi and Rice debut for England?
Mark Chapman is joined by former Premier League midfielders Don Hutchison and Nigel Reo-Coker to preview the upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers. BBC football correspondent John Murray brings the latest news from the England camp, we hear from Harry Kane and the panel discuss the call-ups for Declan Rice and Callum Hudson-Odoi. Plus, we ask how Scotland will cope without captain Andrew Robertson, discuss Mick McCarthy’s first game back with the Republic of Ireland and ask if Wales will be boosted by an in-form Gareth Bale.
Can Mane win Player of the Year?
With 11 goals in the last 11 games, is Sadio Mane the most important of Liverpool's front-three?
Kelly Cates is joined by Andy Townsend, Ian Wright and Chris Sutton.
They speak to Brighton's striker Glenn Murray about what it means for Brighton to have reached the FA Cup semi-final.
Also on the pod, what can Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse and Chelsea's Calum Hudson-Odoi bring to the England team?
Wrighty, Townsend and Sutton describe the most impressive footballers' houses they have ever been.
Millwall misery, Wolves on the prowl and late goal drama
On a dramatic weekend of late goals, red cards and defensive mistakes, Jonathan Overend is joined by Burnley's Jon Walters, former Arsenal forward Kevin Campbell and ex-Crystal Palace striker Clinton Morrison to review the action.
The team look back on the FA Cup quarter-finals, assessing if anyone can stop Manchester City in the competition.
With Liverpool winning but Chelsea losing on Sunday, the panel analyse the state of the Premier League title race and the battle for the top four. And just how good would Zinedine Zidane look in sandals?
The Big Weekend Preview Pod
Jermaine Jenas is alongside the former Liverpool and Chelsea defender Glen Johnson for the Friday Football Social. They discuss the Champions League quarter-final draw, and Johnson reveals exactly what went on during Stoke City's relegation season. Also, we bring you a fascinating interview with Millwall's Steve Morison, ahead of their FA Cup tie against Brighton.