David Prutton returns with his predictions ahead of this weekend's Sky Bet EFL matches...
In the latest Class of '92 Diary, Gary Neville discusses the futures of Luke Shaw and Paul Pogba, plus Gareth Southgate's main dilemma.
Has anyone else scored four goals in a game for Liverpool? And who has had a hand in the most goals in 2018? Martin Tyler has the answers...
Matt Le Tissier believes Jose Mourinho is "destroying" Luke Shaw and a summer exit from Man Utd looks inevitable for the left back.
Jamie Redknapp says Manchester United will struggle to convince creative talent to join them if Jose Mourinho remains in charge.
Guillem Balague reacts to the Champions League and Europa League draws and answers YOUR questions!
There may be a depleted Premier League programme this weekend, but it still looks a crucial one in deciding who will be in the top flight next season.
Following Man Utd's Champions League exit, we asked the Soccer Saturday pundits if the club are progressing under Jose Mourinho.
Phil Thompson is surprised to see Danny Welbeck and Jake Livermore called up to Gareth Southgate's latest England squad.
Paul Merson returns with his predictions for a weekend of Premier League and FA Cup quarter-final action.
Mark Hughes is a perfect fit to replace Mauricio Pellegrino, according to Sky Sports' football expert Matt Le Tissier.
Charlie Nicholas says Alexis Sanchez has spoiled Man Utd's system and must be dropped after their Champions League exit.
Has anyone missed three penalties in a season? Is Mesut Ozil the fastest to 50 assists? Martin Tyler knows...
Mauricio Pellegrino's playing style at Southampton was too negative, says Matt Le Tissier after the Argentine was sacked.
Gary Neville says Manchester City have the most perfect team shape he has ever seen, after watching them beat Stoke City 2-0.
The Soccer Saturday pundits pick wildcards to make the World Cup ahead of Gareth Southgate's latest England squad announcement.
Antoine Griezmann remains committed despite Atletico Madrid exit looming, says Guillem Balague
Gary Neville says Southampton need a "hit man" with experience at the bottom of the Premier League following the sacking of Mauricio Pellegrino.
Gary Neville said he saw "entertainment, excitement, youth and winning football" as Manchester United beat Liverpool 2-1.
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