We discuss England impressive victory at Wembley as they start their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a 5-0 against the Czech Republic.
Darren Fletcher is joined by Chris Waddle and Ian Dennis as they debate Raheem Sterling's brilliant form and whether he's currently the most important of England's front three.
We hear from England manager Gareth Southgate, debutant Callum Hudson-Odoi and Harry Maguire speaking to John Murray.
Also are Scotland risking another humiliation against San Marino on Sunday?
Humiliation for Scotland and Pickford defends his performance
It’s been a shocking day for Scotland after they suffered one of the most abject defeats in their history in their opening Euro 2020 qualifier against world-ranked 117 Kazakhstan. Hear from boss Alex McLeish after his future is questioned following the 3-0 defeat and Scottish midfielder Charlie Adam has his say. Plus we are in the England camp ahead of their opener with the Czech Republic. Former West Ham and England international Matthew Upson, the Daily Mirror's Chief Football Writer John Cross and BBC senior football reporter Ian Dennis join Eleanor Oldroyd to debate who should start at number one – Jordan Pickford or Tom Heaton?
Tough times for Germany?
Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague, Rafa Honigstein and Rory Smith discuss the problems with the German team, ask why the Dutch are on the rise and debate whether Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann is on the move.
Steve Crossman is at St George’s Park ahead of England’s Euro 2020 qualifiers. Everton’s Michael Keane played for Ireland in his youth - he has his say on Declan Rice’s switch to England. Callum Hudson-Odoi’s long suffering roommate shares stories of being kept up all night and they find out which pudding Tom Heaton most looks forward to in the England canteen. Ex-England defender Stephen Warnock, BBC football correspondent John Murray and senior football reporter Ian Dennis also speak to Kieran Trippier about his drop off in form and who spilled coffee on his new trainers.
Can Hudson-Odoi and Rice debut for England?
Mark Chapman is joined by former Premier League midfielders Don Hutchison and Nigel Reo-Coker to preview the upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers. BBC football correspondent John Murray brings the latest news from the England camp, we hear from Harry Kane and the panel discuss the call-ups for Declan Rice and Callum Hudson-Odoi. Plus, we ask how Scotland will cope without captain Andrew Robertson, discuss Mick McCarthy’s first game back with the Republic of Ireland and ask if Wales will be boosted by an in-form Gareth Bale.