Liverpool went to the top of the Premier League as Mo Salah scored a hattrick in a 4-0 win over Bournemouth, and the Football Club ask if this year the title will finally go to Anfield.
But there's still a feeling that Man City are too strong despite their slip-up against Chelsea at the weekend.
Meanwhile, Raheem Sterling is widely backed for his stance on racism after seeming to be the subject of abuse from fans at Stamford Bridge.
On the other side of Manchester, Paul Pogba is seemingly out of favour and the panel wonder if Jose Mourinho has won the battle between coach and star payer.
Elsewhere, there's discussion of the Halberg Award nominations and of the decision to play South America's Copa Libertadores in Spain following crowd trouble in Argentina.
Is this a sign of more domestic games being played in different countries and even different continents?