Listen to all the tracks featured on one of BT Sport‘s hottest newest shows by liking and streaming the official Saturday Morning Savage playlist on Spotify.
Presented by former Premier League midfielder Robbie Savage and Jules Breach, the show will wake you up ahead of a packed day of football action from 11:30am, with the duo previewing all of the top games from around the country.
It provides the perfect breakfast lead-in to BT’s Saturday football coverage, including live Premier League matches and the channel’s flagship afternoon programme BT Sport Score, hosted by Jules and Mark Pougatch.
The playlist features some of the biggest tracks used on the show this season, including songs from Calvin Harris & Sam Smith, Sigala, Jungle, Tom Odell, Django Django, RAY BLK, Fickle Friends and more.
Robbie and Jules are always joined by a host of guests to discuss all the big talking points in football, along with taking part in challenges in the studio. Previous guests include former players and pundits such as BT summarisers Michael Owen and Chris Sutton, along with some of the biggest celebrity football fans.
Manchester United supporter Olly Murs popped into the studio in September to discuss the club’s fortunes, with his latest single ‘Moves (featuring Snoop Dogg)’ soundtracking his game of two-touch with Robbie.
Can't believe @ollyofficial beat me at two touch!! 🤣🙈
— Robbie Savage (@RobbieSavage8) September 29, 2018
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Sport Playlists bring you the best sport music playlists, all in one place, easy to follow on sharable platforms. Check out this playlist and don’t forget to like it and many other playlists – including the BT Sport Top Musical Picks 2018/19 and the As Heard On BT Sport playlist on Spotify.