We'll be discussing the benefits of youth and experience on this week's What's The Story?
England are among a number of teams sending youthful sides to the World Cup this summer - but is it right of Roy Hodgson to cast off the likes of Ashely Cole, who has over 100 caps for his country, in favour of 19-year-old Luke Shaw?
How does youthful promise stack up against experience in the heat of competition?
Meanwhile, in the world of football management, Swansea have recently decided to stand by rookie coach Garry Monk while Tottenham opted to sack first-time first-team boss Tim Sherwood. We'll debate whether novice coaches are being given the opportunity to develop or whether should sports teams favour tried and tested management.
Guests F1 commentator David Croft, Sky Sports boxing presenter Johnny Nelson, Olympic medal-winning cyclist Emma Pooley and journalist David Walsh will have their say.
Plus, following news a women's race will be held on the Champs-Elysees on the same day the Tour de France finishes in Paris, they'll have their say on pairing women's events with men's - and when, if ever, the sexes can compete together.
What's the Story?: 10pm, Wed, Sky Sports 1 HD