There's a 27 point gap between Liverpool and Manchester United ahead of their meeting at Anfield this weekend so we ask how United can build a team capable of challenging their rivals over the coming seasons – and should they go all out for Mauricio Pochettino to accelerate the process?
Watford's Tom Cleverley takes us inside the Nigel Pearson revolution at Vicarage Road. Have things gone stale for some of Bournemouth’s top players? And as they approach a decade of ownership at West Ham we ask if the Gold, Sullivan and Brady trio have had a negative impact at the club.
Euro Leagues: Setien a stop-gap at Barca?
Gus Poyet joins Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and Rafa Honigstein to discuss the appointment of Quique Setien at Barcelona, the return to form of Thibaut Courtois and a potential headache at Bayern Munich. Plus - Poyet tells us what he makes of the situation at both Spurs and Chelsea.
Juan In, Rashford Out
Mark Chapman, former Manchester United Captain Darren Fletcher, Senior Football Reporter Ian Dennis & Chief Football Writer for The Times Henry Winter react to Man United’s progression to the FA Cup 4th round after their 1-0 win over Wolves in their replay - But there are concerns for Marcus Rashford and his availability this weekend for the game at Liverpool after suffering with an injury 17 minutes after coming on as a substitute.
The guys also discuss the latest transfers news, plus reaction to the news that former Chelsea and Juventus striker Eniola Aluko, who won more than 100 England caps retires.
Spurs go through but should they sell Kane?
Kelly Cates is joined by Stephen Warnock, Conor McNamara, John Murray and Don Hutchison to discuss Tuesday’s FA Cup replays and debate whether Spurs should consider selling Harry Kane – plus Simon Stone gives us the latest transfer news.
How Pearson has revived Watford and England’s super striking options
The gang is reunited! Ian Wright returns to the Monday Night Club after his exploits in the jungle. He joins Mark Chapman, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith to discuss England’s plentiful attacking options and Bournemouth’s plunge down the table. And Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster is on the show, to give an insight into life under Nigel Pearson.