The Fantasy Football League is reportedly set to make a big return to television with Matt Lucas and Elis James reportedly front and center on the show.
Sky is said to want to restart the much-loved program which saw David Baddiel and Frank Skinner host from 1994 to 2004.
Guest celebrities would appear on the show and chat about football and their fantastic line-up.
Now the ‘iconic’ show is said to be set to return with Bake Off host Matt and Welsh comedian Elis at its helm.
A source told The Sun: “Fantasy Football is one of the most iconic football shows of all time and there has been tremendous demand for its return for a number of years.
“Sky thinks their version can do him justice and possibly spark a full series.
“It will be very much in the mold of the original with some modern tweaks.”
Mirror Online has contacted Sky for comment.
After a run on the BBC, he moved to ITV for the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2004.
The set was a mock-up of the London flat where Baddiel and Skinner pretended to live, with celebrities standing outside the “front door” before being greeted by the comedians.
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Skinner, born Chris Collins, played his first gig in 1987 and went on to beat Jack Dee and Eddie Izzard to the Perrier Prize in 1991.
Angus Loughran was also a favorite on the show and was known as Statto.
He wore a dressing gown and pajamas and scrolled down a list of stats and facts, especially in the early shows.
The lyrics to the theme song were the words “Fantasy Football League” sung to the tune of “Back Home”, which was the official song of England’s 1970 World Cup squad.
After switching to ITV for the 1998 World Cup, the theme was changed to that formerly used by the channel’s World of Sport series.
He was changed again for Euro 2004 at the Saint and Greavsie show.
It comes after Matt Lucas had ‘shame’ while watching Arsenal’s clash with Manchester United on Saturday.
The popular Great British Bake Off presenter, 48, has previously said he was inspired to ‘get fit’ after gaining ‘a lot of weight in lockdown’.
After looking noticeably thinner in recent months, Matt’s weight loss has been hailed by his fans, with the star joking that he had never been ‘ashamed in his life’ until he’s coming to the Emirates Stadium this weekend to watch his team.
Taking to Twitter after the game, Matt posted: “Shout out to the lady who stopped me at football today to ask me why I’ve lost weight and to let me know I look much older.
“For the first time in my life, I think I just felt ashamed,” he added.
After sharing the encounter, Matt’s supporters were quick to offer their support.