Euro Leagues: Haaland - a freakish footballer on Fat Thursday
As Germany celebrates Fat Thursday, Steve Crossman, Mina Rzouki, Rafa Honigstein and Archie Rhind-Tutt discuss a youngster who feasts on goals as they reflect on the return of the Champions League. Plus - why Martin Braithwaite's move to Barcelona might be a dream for him but seems unfair on Leganes.
Spurs silenced but Pep talks
Spurs are blanked by RB Leipzig as they struggle without a recognised striker in their last-16 tie in the Champions League. Rob Green and Chris Waddle join Mark Chapman to discuss whether Jose Mourinho's are side good enough to play that way, how valuable a Fernando Llorente-type option might be right now, and being 'caught between two stalls' in their defensive set-up.
Plus, we hear from Pep Guardiola who announces he will '100%' remain at Manchester City when speaking for first time since the club's UEFA ban was announced.
How to beat Liverpool? Better call Saúl
Kelly Cates is joined by football correspondent John Murray, former Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock and European football expert Guillem Balague to analyse Liverpool’s 1-0 Champions League defeat to Atletico Madrid, with Saúl Niguez scoring the only goal of the game.
The team look at where Liverpool need to improve to look more dangerous against Atletico’s defence in the second leg at Anfield.
BBC Sport’s John Bennett talks us through Borussia Dortmund’s 2-1 win over PSG, which increases the pressure on the French side’s coach Thomas Tuchel. And we hear from Jose Mourinho, who has an intriguing analogy to describe Son Heung Min’s injury.
A Bridge too VAR for Chelsea & Lampard
Mark Chapman, former Manchester City midfielder Micah Richards, ex Chelsea striker Chris Sutton & commentator Jonathan Pearce look back at a controversial game at Stamford Bridge as Manchester United closed in on a Champions League spot with victory over Chelsea as Frank Lampard's side were left with a sense of injustice after contentious video assistant referee decisions went against them.
The guys also preview the return of the Champions League as Liverpool travel to Atlético Madrid for the 1st leg in the last 16 on Tuesday night – AND there’s a look at the bottom of the Premier League table as the fight to avoid the drop intensifies.
Are Spurs sleepwalking towards the Champions League?
Is Villa conceding late goals against top sides a self-fulfilling prophecy and could Tottenham sleepwalk their way to Champions League football? Lee Hendrie, Melissa Reddy and Ben Haines join Emma Saunders to discuss a crazy match at Villa Park with big implications at both ends.
Plus, is Jordan Henderson now undeniably world class, could a siege mentality benefit Manchester City between now and the end of the season, and who is the "best worst player" in the league?