Darren Fletcher, ex-Newcastle midfielder Kevin Nolan, former Stoke, Palace and West Brom boss Tony Pulis and Alistair Bruce-Ball preview the weekend’s action.
They assess how Man City will react to last weekend’s defeat to Norwich when they host Watford. And the team look at whether Chelsea can halt leaders Liverpool’s 100% start.
There’s also reaction to Bournemouth’s 3-1 victory at Southampton.
Euro Leagues: More misery for Zidane and a Norwegian scoring sensation
Emma Saunders, Guillem Balague and Kristof Terreur discuss more misery for Zinedine Zidane and his Real Madrid team, worries for Inter and Barca - plus a Norwegian wunderkind who has a father well known to slightly older English football fans.
City cruise as Spurs get "Spursy"
Manchester City's Champions League campaign gets underway with a comfortable win against Shakhtar Donetsk. Spurs threw away a two goal lead against Olympiacos - ending in a draw. Plus, is Zinedine Zidane struggling at Real Madrid?
Mark Chapman gets all the reaction to the second night at the Champions League with former Manchester City defender Micah Richards, BBC Commentator Alan Green, West Ham and England defender Matt Upson, former Manchester City midfielder Michael Brown and BBC Senior Football reporter Ian Dennis. We also get news of all the other games across Europe with the BBC's John Bennett and Spanish football journalist Eduardo Alvarez.
The Pod features interviews from Mauricio Pochettino, Harry Kane and Pep Guardiola.
Liverpool and Chelsea suffer penalty problems in Champions League defeats
Kelly Cates is joined by former Chelsea goalkeeper Rob Green, former Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock and BBC football correspondent John Murray to analyse Liverpool’s 2-0 defeat at Napoli in their opening Champions League group game.
The team discuss whether VAR should have overturned the penalty awarded to Napoli’s Jose Callejon and why Liverpool are once again struggling away from home in the Champions League.
BBC commentator Alistair Bruce-Ball joins the pod from Stamford Bridge where there was more penalty drama in Chelsea’s 1-0 loss to Valencia – but this time the debate was over who took the penalty – which Ross Barkley missed.
We also look ahead to another huge night of Champions League football as we have two live commentaries on Wednesday on 5live Sport.
Former Manchester midfielder Michael Brown and BBC senior football reporter Ian Dennis are in Ukraine ahead of Manchester City’s match with Shakhtar Donetsk and talk about how John Stones’ injury has left Pep Guardiola looking visibly frustrated.
Tottenham are away at Olympiacos – so we check in with former West Ham defender Matthew Upson - who is part of our commentary team in Athens – on whether Tottenham can go one better than last season and win the Champions League.
Missed chances for Villa and the Champions League returns
As the group stages of the Champions League return, Mark Chapman is joined by Chris Sutton, Lee Hendrie and Arlo White to preview Liverpool and Chelsea's opening games. Correspondent John Murray has the latest from Naples as Liverpool begin the defence of their title. The panel also look back on Aston Villa's goalless draw with West Ham. Jo Currie has reaction from defending champions Arsenal's 1-0 win at Manchester United in the Women's Super League. And we hear from Marcus Rashford, who speaks to Gary Lineker about Manchester United's start to the season and his motivations in football.