Sat, 31 Jan 15
6 days remaining
Daniel Sturridge returns to Anfield with a late goal to finish off a depleted West Ham, Harry Kane shows more quality for Roy Hodgson to pencil down, Louis van Gaal's Manchester United see off Leicester 3-1, Everton get back to winning ways at Palace and Dundee United secure their place in the Scottish League Cup final.
Fri, 30 Jan 15
5 days remaining
Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton, Derby coach Steve Round and Sunday Times football correspondent Jonathan Northcroft join Mark Chapman to discuss the weekend's football issues, as Chelsea prepare to welcome back Frank Lampard and Glasgow braces itself for the first Old Firm derby in two years and nine months, the longest wait the city has had for Celtic and Rangers to face one another. Mark Clemmit joins in for football league chat, and there's a Blue Beast for the panel to get stuck into.
Wed, 28 Jan 15
3 days remaining
2 goals in 3 minutes weren't enough for Sheffield United as they were beaten 3-2 on aggregate by Tottenham in the League Cup semi-final. Mark Pougatch is joined by Kevin Kilbane and Henry Winter at Bramall Lane for all the reaction. Plus new Aston Villa Chief Exec Tom Fox says that Randy Lerner isn't motivated to sell the club and Diego Costa is charged with violent conduct by the FA.
Tue, 27 Jan 15
2 days remaining
Chelsea come out on top, beating Liverpool 2-1 on aggregate in the League Cup semi-finals. Liverpool squandered numerous chances to score at Stamford Bridge and things turned sour when Mario Balotelli came on, as he continued his miserable form in a Liverpool shirt. Diego Costa also had an interesting game, with 2 apparent stamps on Liverpool players, picking up his 9th booking of the season.
Mon, 26 Jan 15
1 day remaining
Darren Fletcher and Mark Lawrenson reflect on Stoke's 4-1 victory over Rochdale in the FA Cup. There's reaction from both Keith Hill and Mark Hughes. Plus, Newcastle fans make their feelings known over John Carver's new contract, Robin van Persie says Chelsea's FA Cup defeat made Man Utd feel better about their draw with Cambridge and Fabian Delph explains why he's staying at Aston Villa.
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