BBC Sport pundit and former Arsenal defender Martin Keown believes Stoke City are heading for relegation.
Paul Lambert's side are three points adrift from safety after losing 2-1 at home to Everton.
Elsewhere, Delyth Lloyd presents reaction to the rest of the Premier League games and the day's FA Cup quarter-finals, with Jose Mourinho far from satisfied, despite Manchester United's 2-0 triumph over Brighton.
"Mourinho is trying to take back control" - Nevin
Pat Nevin says Jose Mourinho's 12 minute press conference monologue is an attempt at distracting from Manchester United's problems.
He joined host Jermaine Jenas to analyse Mourinho's incredible press conference and reflect on Liverpool being paired with Man City in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Tyrone Mings and Steve Sidwell are the studio guests to look ahead to the last eight of the FA Cup and the weekend's Premier League fixtures.
'England need Shelvey's creativity in midfield' - Waddle
Former England winger Chris Waddle and 5 live's senior football reporter Ian Dennis join Eleanor Oldroyd to discuss the England squad for the upcoming friendlies with Netherlands and Italy. You will hear from England boss Gareth Southgate, plus there is reaction to Arsenal reaching the quarter-finals of the Europa League.
'Chelsea handed it to Barcelona on a plate'
Mark Chapman presents reaction to Chelsea 4-1 aggregate defeat to Barcelona which sent them crashing out of the Champions League at the last-16 stage.
He's joined by former Chelsea players Chris Sutton and Pat Nevin along with Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam, football correspondent John Murray, European football expert Andy Brassell and a number of Blues fans to analyse their performance.
Sutton says Antonio Conte's side "only have themselves to blame" after a number of mistakes lead to Barcelona's goals whilst Charlie Adam calls Messi "the greatest player on the planet following his brace at the Camp Nou.
"Manchester United were far too conservative"
Mark Pougatch, Ally McCoist, Sam Wallace from the Daily Telegraph and Henry Winter of the Times react to Manchester United's Champions League exit.
Hear from Man Utd fans and from manager Jose Mourinho, as the Red Devils fail to make it beyond the last 16 stage after losing 2-1 at home to Sevilla.