With the Premier League season at the halfway stage, Graham Hunter and Steve Freeth discuss all that has happened so far, as well as what could be yet to come.
Up until this point, it has been a Premier League season to remember. Big clubs have struggled, relegation favourites are pushing for European football and we have a top goalscorer in a vein of form never seen before in the Premier League.
At the mid-way stage, Arsenal find themselves at the top of the league with 50 points, a total that could see them become just the second team ever to reach the 100 point mark - it will be no easy feat though, and we have priced them up at 10/1 to do so.
Despite making things look easy at the top, Arsenal have been something of a surprise package and were as big as 66/1 to win the title, they aren't quite so big now and are instead favourites at 8/11.
Another surprise this season has been Eddie Howe's Newcastle side, the Magpies have been a model of consistency and look solid contenders for a spot in the Champions League places, a far cry from where they were just this time last year.
There have also been some outstanding individual performers, none more so than Manchester City talisman Erling Haaland.
The Norwegian striker has bagged 25 goals in just 19 appearances, meaning that if he stays on course he could end the season on half a century of goals.
In the video above, Steve Freeth and Graham Hunter discuss all of the action that has unfolded so far, as well as what could be in store from now until May.