Weirdly, whenever I've seen him live (even on TV) he has always played Running On The Spot. Yet favourites such as The Eton Rifles and That's Entertainment are sometimes omitted, despite being far better known and more popular Jam tracks.
I can understand perhaps those other ones are so well known that he feels like he's played them to death. Or maybe he just feels ROTS still has a resonance with the youth of today (as, of course, it does).
Either way, a good song that is often overlooked.