Soccer Saturday's Charlie Nicholas offers his verdict on the Premier League's best five summer signings.
Former Aston Villa star Alan McInally believes Jordan Henderson has surpassed fans' expectations with his impressive form at Liverpool.
Mario Balotelli's goal against Swansea could reignite his Liverpool career, our Soccer Special pundits agree.
Matt Le Tissier says Southampton's start is no fluke and has backed his old side to draw with Man City.
Our experts predict how United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool will line-up this season.
See who Jeff, Le Tiss, Merse, Thommo and Charlie and tipping for the top - and the drop - this season.
Soccer Saturday's Paul Walsh picks Man City's best XI - and says it will be very similar to last term.
Paul Walsh salutes Chelsea's signing of Cesc but says Aston Villa's lack of signings puts them in peril.
The Soccer Saturday boys pick their England v Italy team. Disagree? Use our team selector to pick yours.
Who will win the World Cup? Who will be the surprise side? The Soccer Saturday panel have their say.
Ronaldo? Messi? Willian? The Soccer Saturday panel debate the players to watch in Brazil...
The Soccer Saturday panel share the best World Cup players and matches they've ever seen.
Gross misconduct? Crossing the line? See what the pundits made of Alan Pardew's headbutt.
The Soccer Saturday gang have their say on the saga at Cardiff - and strong words for Vincent Tan.
Our esteemed pundits reflect on defeats for the Manchester clubs and another win for Hull...
The Soccer Saturday panel analyse the big 3pm kick-offs on the first weekend of the Premier League.
The Soccer Saturday panel analyse the big 3pm kick-offs featuring Watford, Reading, QPR and Forest.
The Soccer Saturday clan reflect on the thrills and spills from the opening day of the Championship.
Our boys reflect on David Moyes' Goodison Park swansong and a potentially vital point for Sunderland.
Our experts reflect on wins for West Brom, Everton and Stoke - and Spurs' frustrating draw at Wigan.
As Chelsea's John Terry signs a new deal, we look at why he remains the leading centre-back.