The show takes its cue from sporting obsession and sets two teams of comedians, celebrities and sports stars against each other in a test of their sporting knowledge. From record breaking feats to headline grabbing events, the show is stuffed with the kind of sensational take home facts that sports fans just love to quote.
James Corden returns with the comedy quiz, with Fearne Cotton, Jimmy Anderson and Joe Cole joining regulars Jamie Redknapp, Andrew Flintoff and Romesh Ranganathan.
Laura Woods, Tony Bellew and Robin van Persie join regulars Andrew Flintoff, Jamie Redknapp and Romesh Ranganathan, with James Corden asking the questions for the last time this series.
With James off doing whatever he does over in the States, we have the first in a series of guest hosts to keep an eye on Freddie, Jamie and Romesh. To kick things off a familiar face returns as former series regular and fellow manchild Jack Whitehall takes the helm. So it's up to special guests David Ginola, Tom Davis and Helen Skelton to hold everything together.
Sports broadcaster Clare Balding takes to the field to babysit Jamie, Freddie and Romesh - so at least someone will know what they're talking about. Also joining the gang this week will be Rob Beckett, Chemmy Alcott and Harry Winks.
This week Romesh will be making the short trip from the panel chairs over to the guest host position. Expect more challenges, laughter and banter as Romesh and the gang are joined by Jermaine Jenas, Lauren Steadman, Tom Allen and Rom's comedian chum Rob Beckett.
We need another substitute host for ALOTO this week while James is away, and apparently no one volunteered, so Freddie's going to be taking on the responsibility that comes with the big chair. May God have mercy on us all. Hoping to survive the carnage that ensures will be guest captain Lee Mack along with champion sprinter Dina Asher Smith, Scottish comic Kevin Bridges and hockey player Sam Quek.
Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden is going to have a hard time coping without a buzzer as she steps in as the latest guest host of the chaotic sports-themed panel show. Joining Freddie, Romesh and Jamie this week are comedian Guz Khan, England women's national footballer Alex Scott, and some chap called Harry Redknapp.
Not satisfied with taking over the world of children's books and televised talent shows, David Walliams invades the pitch of the chaotic sports panel show as this series' final guest host. Joining David this week will be gymnast and five-time Olympic medallist Max Whitlock, Countryfile presenter Helen Skelton and dog-toy-laugh comedian Jimmy Carr.