Late Kick Off returns to BBC1 this evening (Monday) at 11.05pm for its third series.

The Football League's magazine programme gets to grips with what matters to supporters, the issues they are talking about, and follows the ups and downs of your local club on and off the pitch. The highlights of this week's programme include…

Yorkshire & Lincolnshire:
There's a scoring sensation in The Football League. Huddersfield Town Jordan Rhodes has 27 goals this season, including five goals against Wycombe, four against Sheffield Wednesday and hat-tricks against Exeter and Preston.

North West:
Late Kick Off looks at the new man in charge of Preston North End. What's the future of the club under new boss Graham Westley?

London & South East:
New host Dan Walker visits the club he supports - Crawley Town - to ask just how high up the league ladder they can climb.

South, South West & West:
What's the latest news regarding Portsmouth's takeover? Monday is the stated day the administrators planned to reveal details about a new owner. Late Kick Off finds out what's going on.

East:
Northampton Town are struggling in npower League 2. Late Kick off assesses the implications of what dropping out of The Football League would/could mean to the club, the town and the community.

Midlands:
Late Kick Off follow Birmingham City to Millwall. Unbeatable at home but all too beatable away. Will their miserable away form cost them any chance of promotion?

North East & Cumbria:
Close to Death - 129 years of history could be coming to an end. Darlington are on the brink of going out of business. Late Kick Off speaks to a couple of players who haven't been paid and are worried about the future, plus the former chairman Raj Singh talks about what he feels has gone wrong and placing the business in administration.

Late Kick Off on BBC1 this evening (Monday) at 11.05pm.