SEGMENT 1: Amid all of the World Cup qualifying matches taking place in various corners of the globe, Stein and Steve kick off the morning by reflecting on the United States' nil-nil draw in Scotland in the penultimate match of 2013 for Jurgen Klinsmann's side.
SEGMENT 2: Fresh off broadcasting the Scotland/USA game live from Hampden Park, Soccer Today favorite Derek Rae returns to the show to share some of his impressions of the U.S. national team ... Brek Shea and Sacha Kljestan specifically.
SEGMENT 3: Native New Zealander Duncan Oughton, now an assistant coach to countryman Ryan Nelsen at Toronto FC, joins the boys for the second straight week to discuss the Kiwis' daunting World Cup playoff series with Mexico. Is there any way they can make things competitive in the home leg in Wellington after absorbing a 5-1 rout in the first leg at the Azteca?
SEGMENT4: Cristiano Ronaldo v Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Lionel Messi's latest leg injury and the array of good international matches on show Tuesday are the prime topics on the table before the final whistle blows on another Soccer Sunday.