Sun, 1 Mar 15
7 days remaining
Brendan Rodgers expresses his delight after Liverpool bounced back from midweek defeat in Turkey, to beat Manuel Pellegrini's Manchester City.
Sat, 28 Feb 15
6 days remaining
Manchester United see off 10-man Sunderland 2-0 at Old Trafford, but Louis van Gaal's side still have questions to answer after another below par performance, and some tactical decisions which were questioned by supporters. Jimmy Armfield joins Mark Chapman and Ian Dennis. Plus there's reaction from the day's other Premier League games.
Fri, 27 Feb 15
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Mark Chapman is joined by Pat Nevin, the Independent on Sunday's Miguel Delaney and former Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock to look ahead to the weekend of football, including Sunday's Capital One Cup final between Tottenham and Chelsea at Wembley. Neil Warnock discusses the resurgence of his former club Palace under new boss Alan Pardew, and Mark Clemmit joins for the latest issues in the football league.
Wed, 25 Feb 15
3 days remaining
Arsenal's hopes of reaching the quarter-finals of the Champions League for the first time since 2010 suffered a stunning blow as they slumped to a shock 3-1 home defeat by Monaco. Listen to reaction from the full-time whistle as Arsenal fans call in with their views on whether Wenger should stay or go.
Tue, 24 Feb 15
2 days remaining
Manchester City suffer a 2-1 defeat to Barcelona in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 knockout tie, but it could have been worse for Manuel Pellegrini's side had Joe Hart not saved Lionel Messi's late penalty. Alan Green, John Murray, Chris Waddle and Henry Winter join Mark Chapman to give their reaction at the Etihad.
Mon, 23 Feb 15
1 day remaining
Is there an art to winning penalties? And why are Spurs picking up so many points late in games? Mark Chapman is joined by Robbie Savage, Steve Claridge and John Motson to discuss why refs don't give penalties if players stay on their feet and the team look ahead to Manchester City's tie with Barcelona in the Champions League, with the help of Graham Hunter.
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