The Premier League's back and so are Darren and Jermaine alongside Kevin Nolan and Alan Hutton. Manchester United are off to a shaky start, will their form improve at home to Leicester? Steve McManaman drops in to chat Liverpool and his memories of playing in two classic encounters with this weekend's opponents Newcastle. And with the FIFA 20 player ratings announced this week, Alan Hutton challenges JJ to a race outside our studio.
Euro Leagues: Zidane's Real headache and Napoli's dressing room disaster
Emma Saunders, Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and James Horncastle discuss the future prospects of Zinedine Zidane and Lionel Messi, Napoli’s dressing room disaster and Cristiano Ronaldo’s records. Plus - why did Valencia sack their manager?
WNC: Leicester for top-four and is Sterling one of the world's best?
On this episode of the Football Daily, Jonathan Overend is joined by former Liverpool midfielder Don Hutchison, ex-England defender Matt Upson and The Telegraph's Jason Burt to discuss the return of the Premier League and look back on England's 5-3 win over Kosovo.
The panel discuss whether Leicester City be competing for the top four and also what lies ahead for the Premier League's newly promoted sides.
Also, have England got an attack to compete with on the world stage in Jadon Sancho, Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane or should they be concerned about their lack of consistency in defence?
Sterling and Sancho shine for England in a game of goals and gaffes
Kelly Cates is joined by former England midfielder Chris Waddle, senior football reporter Ian Dennis and James Olley from the London Evening Standard to reflect on England’s 5-3 victory over Kosovo at St Mary’s in their Euro 2020 qualifier.
There’s plenty of praise for Raheem Sterling and Jadon Sancho, who were both on the scoresheet tonight. The panel debate who is Gareth Southgate’s best front three out of Sterling, Sancho, Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford.
The team discuss whether the midfield is where England’s problems lie, who should start in that midfield three and debate whether Harry Winks and James Maddison should have featured in the game.
Our football correspondent John Murray gets post-match reaction from Gareth Southgate, Jadon Sancho and Ross Barkley.
Northern Ireland knocked off top as Scotland hit rock bottom
Reaction from Windsor Park as Northern Ireland impress but fall to defeat against Germany. Pat Nevin says Scotland’s Premier League big names have to make another step up when wearing the national team jersey after a 'toothless' performance at Hampden. Plus, John Murray and Ian Dennis are in Southampton as England prepare to face Kosovo. John catches up with Gareth Southgate whilst Denno is starstruck by Liam Plunkett in a lift.