Leicester’s exploits over the past few seasons are one of the reasons fans were so against the European Super League — and the Foxes are back in Premier League action tonight.
Brendan Rodgers' men face West Brom looking to move clear in the race for a top-four finish, while we also turn our attention to the weekend and one man in particular ahead of Liverpool’s game with Newcastle.
On top of that, we bring you an exclusive interview with former West Ham and Chelsea striker Carlton Cole ahead of the pair's huge clash in the race for Champions League football on Saturday evening.
Ex-striker Cole speaks to us about West Ham’s stunning season so far under boss David Moyes, which has left them on the verge of qualifying for European football's top competition.
The Hammers dropped to fifth in the table after Chelsea’s goalless draw with Brighton on Tuesday but still have their top-four fate in their own hands ahead of the crunch clash with the Blues on Saturday.
Cole, 37, spent time with both clubs during his playing days and he gave us his thoughts on the crucial London derby — as well as some fascinating insight into his coaching career and managerial ambitions.
Leicester vs West Brom (8pm, BT Sport)
FA Cup finalists Leicester need three points against West Brom to strengthen their place in the top four tonight.
Rodgers' vibrant side know victory would open up a four-point gap to West Ham and Chelsea below them.
One of the keys to their success this season has been the emergence of Wesley Fofana at centre-back following his £36.5million move from St-Etienne.
Fofana, 20, has quickly established himself as one of Europe’s best young defenders and we take a closer look at what makes the Frenchman such an exciting talent.
Liverpool’s golden boy
Despite Liverpool’s struggles this season, Mohamed Salah is on the verge of breaking another record at Anfield.
The Egyptian has scored 19 times in the Premier League and needs one more to become the first Reds player to reach the 20-goal mark three times.
Salah’s remarkable consistency is sometimes underrated, even though he has netted more goals than anyone else in the top flight since moving to Anfield.
The Reds face Newcastle on Saturday and we put Salah’s achievements under the microscope.