On Monday's show, a familiar Monday line-up make up for Thursday's absence by recording an extended show, released over two parts. Part one is our extended Premiership round-up, as well as a look at Falkirk's victory at Tynecastle and the continued form of Hibs.
On Monday's show we discuss the Friday night farce, the state of the Premiership's "title race", as well as the next instalment of our 25 Most Memorable Teams (which is no. 14, not 15 as Craig claims).
On Thursday's show we discuss Clyde's recent form, Jim Weir's start as Elgin manager and we preview some matches from the coming weekend, including a tasty-looking encounter between Falkirk and Queen of the South. We also move on to number 15 of our 25 Most Memorable Teams.
Joel Sked puts Dundee United under the tactical microscope as they edged past Hamilton on Monday night. An excellent first half performance where they dominated the midfield gave way to a slackness which prevents them from challenging Aberdeen and Celtic at the top.
On Monday's show we discuss the few Premiership matches that went ahead over the weekend, before looking at two of the Championship matches. The trio rounded things off by discussing number 16 of our 25 Most Memorable Teams.
Thursday's podcast includes a discussion on the 134 out of contract players in the SPFL Premiership this summer. Prior to that there's a discussion on Alex Neil and Hamilton as they part ways, and we finish on Guess The Odds before Billy Cairns is back with another email.