#OTBAM is live from 7:45am, and Manchester United will be top of the agenda on this morning's show.
Last night belonged to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side and we'll be looking into a momentous night for the club this morning. With Eoin Sheahan in studio, and Johnny Ward stepping in for Ger Gilroy, we'll be talking to Andy Mitten, editor of the Manchester club's leading fanzine United We Stand.
Can there be any doubts now about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's future in the role? Who were Manchester United's star performers? Will this group of young players turn into a force over the seasons to come? And could the club just go on and win this year's Champions League twenty-years on from the final that saw Solskjaer leave an indelible mark on the club's history?
Elsewhere on this morning's #OTBAM, Kieran Donaghy's Shot Clock returns once again. With Kieran's basketball club Garvey's Tralee Warriors playing a make-or-break Super League game against Templeogue this weekend, the Shot Clock will be taking a closer look at Kieran's passion for basketball this week.
Building up to this weekend's crucial Six Nations clash with France in Dublin, the lads will also take a closer look at the squad announced by Joe Schmidt yesterday to take on a somewhat rejuvenated French outfit. For a look back at yesterday's #OTBAM and what the former French head-coach Philippe Saint-Andre had to say about Sunday's game, click here.
Darren Cleary will join the lads in studio for a run through this morning's sports news shortly after 8:30am.
So, for all that and much, much more, be sure to tune into #OTBAM from 7:45am on Periscope, YouTube, Facebook or OfftheBall.com. If you want to look back at any of our interviews and features from earlier in the week, please visit our YouTube page here.