Join Sarah-Jane Mee and her guests on Wednesday as they discuss the latest hot topics in the world of sport, including Jose Mourinho's tactical guile at winning ugly, racism in sport and tactical flexibility.
Our panel of sporting experts, include former women's tennis British No.1 Annabel Croft, former WBO cruiserweight champion Johnny Nelson, cricket's Dominic Cork and rugby league legend Jamie Peacock, will get stuck in to these issues.
JOSE'S TACTICS: Mourinho is known for winning big games with dogged defensive displays, and straight after Chelsea's Champions League semi-final tie with Atletico Madrid the panel will debate whether sport should be played with a certain style and flair, or is it all about the result?
FLEXIBLE TACTICS: Carl Froch and George Groves meet on Ringside this Thursday and our four experts will ponder whether Froch, who won the first bout between these two, will need to change his tactics for their second meeting on May 31.
RACISM: We'll discuss two huge stories this week. Firstly, Barcelona defender Dani Alves' decision to eat a banana thrown at him during a game against Villarreal last weekend. Then, LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling's ban for life by the NBA for making racist comments.
Don't miss What's The Story?, 10.15pm, Wednesday, Sky Sports 1.