Ole Gunnar Solskjaer paid the price for fielding a weakened Manchester United team as Leicester eased into the FA Cup semi-finals at their expense. The Foxes will face Southampton on one side of the draw with Manchester City or Chelsea awaiting them in the final. Who'll be celebrating at Wembley?
Brighton's 3-0 win at Newcastle means Graham Potter's men have opened a six-point gap on the relegation zone. Fulham, who looked dead and buried, are now breathing down Steve Bruce's neck. How much longer will Mike Ashley stand by his man?
Elsewhere in football, we have a chuckle at Joe Hart's social media gaffe, weigh up who'll win the Champions League and Europa League, talk dodgy defending and keeper goals and discuss the WSL's new TV deal and what it means for the women's game.
After the break, Eddie Jones' time as England head coach could be coming to an end after a disappointing Six Nations campaign. Why is he so disliked? And how on earth did Wales screw things up in Paris?
To end the show, we head Stateside to check in on March Madness' god-fearing fans and try to figure out why a minor league baseball player thought 21lbs of methamphetamine was a good thing to carry around in his kit bag.
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