Villa are off to Wembley and is Fernandes finally off to Man Utd?
Trezeguet's injury-time winner sends Aston Villa into the League Cup final. Steve Crossman is at Villa Park alongside Alan Hutton, Chris Waddle and correspondent John Murray to bring you reaction. Our reporter Simon Stone has some positive news for Manchester United fans on Bruno Fernandes’ proposed move to Old Trafford. There is a look at Christian Eriksen’s move to Inter Milan and a preview of Wednesday’s Manchester derby as City take a 3-1 lead into the second leg of their semi-final at the Etihad.
All About Kieran Trippier (in Madrid)
Steve Crossman chats to Atlético Madrid and England right back Kieran Trippier.
They discuss his move from the Premier League to La Liga and how he has adapted to the Spanish climate.
Also they talk about his relationship with his manager Diego Simeone and how he still talks to Sean Dyche on a weekly basis.
Shrewsbury comeback tames Liverpool, and is it time to ditch replays?
Emma Saunders is joined by BBC Sport's Kyle Walker, Ben Haines from 90Min and the Daily Telegraph's Luke Edwards to reflect on Shrewsbury's dramatic comeback to draw 2-2 with Liverpool in the FA Cup. The team discuss whether replays should be kept after more criticism from managers over the weekend. Manchester United and Manchester City both cruised into the fifth round with comfortable victories over Tranmere and Fulham - the panel look at the competition's importance for both clubs. And is there trouble ahead for West Ham?
Misery for Moyes, Oxford earn a replay and Eriksen to Inter?
Mark Chapman rounds up the best of Saturday's FA Cup fourth round action. West Brom manager Slaven Bilic enjoyed his return to West Ham, dumping his old club out of the cup. You will hear from a disappointed David Moyes and West Brom match-winner Conor Townsend. Jose Mourinho talks about Christian Eriksen's future after he missed Tottenham's draw at Southampton. Chappers is joined by Oxford manager Karl Robinson after they drew at St James' Park to earn a replay. Steve McClaren and Conor McNamara bring you reaction to Chelsea's win at Hull and it was an eventful day for John Murray at Brentford.
Cantona & the Kung Fu Kick
Looking back at Eric Cantona’s infamous kung-fu kick on a Crystal Palace fan that shocked the football world.
Palace fan Matthew Simmons ran down 11 rows to abuse Cantona as he walked back to the dressing rooms. What followed caused a sensation across the sporting world.
Cantona was sentenced to two weeks in prison which was reduced on 31 March to 120 hours community service for the attack.
This programme was first broadcast on the twentieth anniversary of the incident in January 2015.