Walking in a winter wonderland.
Is that what the qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar should be doing, or must the tournament be played in summer in order to avoid major disruption to the club calendar?
FIFA vice-president Jim Boyce is pro a winter World Cup and the Supplement panel should reveal their views when they return to the studio on Sunday morning.
Martin Samuel (Daily Mail), Sam Wallace (The Independent) and John Dillon (The Express) will comprise this week's team and as well as talking Qatar, will also peruse the day's papers and answer Neil Ashton's questions on the following topics...
ENGLAND - Roy Hodgson's side are in a reasonable position in World Cup Qualifying Group H after Tuesday's stalemate in Kiev and hold a one-point lead over Ukraine and Montenegro with two games, both at Wembley, remaining. Is Brazil in sight?
PREMIER LEAGUE - The likes of Arsenal's Mesut Ozil and Tottenham's Christian Eriksen could make their English footballing bows this weekend, while Marouane Fellaini may be handed his Man United debut, too. Neil and gang will look at the new boys...
GARETH BALE - The Welsh winger made a big-money move out of the Premier League as Deadline Day loomed, penning a reported £300,000 a week deal with Spanish heavyweights Real Madrid. Bale was in line for his maiden appearance against Villarreal on Saturday, so how did he do?
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