'De Bruyne is on course to break Henry's most impressive Premier League record'
Host Jake Entwistle is joined by guests Tom Green and Muhammad Butt on this week's episode to preview the latest round of Premier League fixtures.
Two huge heads are set to collide when Harry Maguire and his Leicester heir share the same pitch at Old Trafford but do the Foxes have better individuals than Manchester United?
And will Watford's new-old manager Quique Sanchez Flores take to the Vicarage Road dugout like a duck to water for the second time? Or could it all end in tears for the Pozzo family?
Further afield, why on earth have Valencia sacked their Copa del Rey-winning manager who will now have under-pressure Premier League managers sweating about their job security?
00:02:32 - 00:09:32 | The battle of huge-headed centre-backs
'It's a shame Man Utd have a defender whose only weakness is injury.'
00:09:32 - 00:15:00 | Listener's question: Is versatility a curse?
'Man Utd's lack of squad depth could lead Marcus Rashford down the Wayne Rooney path'
0:15:00 - 0:25:15 | Man Utd-Leicester Combined XI
'Pereira is as good as any right back in the Premier League.'
00:35:21 - 00:43:09 | KDB's quest to rewrite the record books
Q: 'When does Kevin De Bruyne become considered the best midfielder in the world?'
00:43:09 - 00:49:47 | Full Premier League predictions
"Vardy could expose the Maguire 'weakness' Roy Keane is worried about"
00:50:00-END | Why did Valencia sack Marcelino?
"They are becoming the Watford of Spanish Football"