Mark Chapman is joined by former Aston Villa defender Micah Richards, ex-Blackburn striker Chris Sutton and commentator Arlo White to analyse Wolves' 1-1 draw with Manchester United. Paul Pogba was the main talking point, as he missed a second half penalty. Ruben Neves earlier cancelled out Anthony Martial's opener. BBC Sport's Simon Stone gives us the latest on Alexis Sanchez's potential departure from Old Trafford to Inter Milan. The team also look at whether Steve Bruce is already under pressure at Newcastle, and what Villa can do to register their first points of the campaign.
Frustration for Frank and Pep but delight for 'scruffy' Pukki - the weekend review
Emma Saunders, Lee Hendrie, Andy Reid and Kevin Campbell discuss the weekend's action - from frustration for Frank Lampard to a hat-trick hero in Norwich.
How important is it for Chelsea to get their first win under Frank Lampard? And for the likes of Villa, Newcastle and Watford to get off the mark this season?
And which newcomer reminds the team of Santi Cazorla? Plus, when do you know it is time to hang up your boots?
The Big Weekend Preview Pod
Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas look ahead to the weekend's action with former Manchester City defender Micah Richards and ex-Newcastle and West Ham midfielder Kevin Nolan. The panel preview Saturday's crunch game at the Etihad, where Man City take on Tottenham, and assess how Liverpool will cope without injured goalkeeper Alisson. Micah also tells us about his decision to retire from the game, and why he has so much admiration for Aston Villa boss Dean Smith.
All about Bernardo Silva - exclusive interview
Manchester City and Portugal midfielder Bernardo Silva takes Steve Crossman on a journey from his early life in Lisbon to Premier League stardom.
The 25-year-old discusses his first experience of the Manchester rain, singing in the shower, the incredible demands of playing for Pep Guardiola and the club’s quest to win the Champions League.
Euro Leagues: Where is Neymar going?
Steve Crossman, Julien Laurens, Guillem Balague and Archie Rhind-Tutt discuss Neymar's uncertain future, rebuilt Atletico Madrid, messy Real and the threat posed to Bayern Munich's German dominance by Borussia Dortmund.