Steve Freeth, Kelly Somers, Sam Matterface and Adam Catterall have their say on what looks set to be an enthralling Premier League run-in, with the title race, top four tussle and relegation battle all yet to be settled.
With the business end of the Premier League season now upon us following the last international break of the campaign, it's all to play for at both ends of the table as teams up and down the country jostle for position.
It appears a straight shootout at the summit between Arsenal and reigning champions Manchester City, with the Gunners currently eight points clear of the Citizens. Pep Guardiola's side do have a game in hand though, and are still due to face their title rivals at the Etihad in what could prove to be a decisive contest in April.
The race for the top four could be just as compelling, with a number of teams still in contention for a lucrative Champions League berth. Erik ten Hag's Manchester United look in a commanding position to finish in third, but a fourth-placed finish remains up for grabs for Spurs, Newcastle, Liverpool and even .
At the opposite end of the table, an almighty scrap to avoid the drop could be in store with just four points separating Crystal Palace in 12th and at the bottom of the Premier League table.
Indeed a total of nine clubs look in a precarious position at present, with inconsistency preventing any threatened sides from breaking away from the pack, leading to the feeling that this Premier League season could just serve up a relegation dogfight for the ages.
The discussion between Steve, Kelly, Sam and Adam concluded with a look at some of the hottest topics at the back end of this Premier League campaign, including the managerial situation at Spurs following the departure of Antonio Conte and the upcoming summer transfer window.
You can view all of their latest Premier League insights in the video above.