The journalists with the inside track are on hand to look ahead to a crucial Super Sunday showdown and reflect on all the stories making the headlines.
The title race is getting ever-more tense so it's a good job we've some cool, analytical heads in the Supplement studio this Sunday.
Rob Draper of the Mail on Sunday, The People's Steve Bates and Jason Burt, of the Sunday Telegraph, join Neil Ashton to review Saturday's action, preview what could be a pivotal Super Sunday and reflect on a crunch week in Europe for Chelsea and Manchester United.
This week's agenda includes:
TITLE SHOWDOWN - Liverpool and Manchester City go head to head in what could be a pivotal match in this season's thrilling title race on Super Sunday. Will the leaders overcome third-placed City at home? And will the victor go on to take the title?
HILLSBOROUGH REMEMBERED - Matches across the country will start seven minutes late this weekend to mark the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough tragedy.
MOURINHO'S MISSION - Jose Mourinho's side will face Atletico Madrid while Real Madrid will take on Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-finals following a dramatic week of European football. Can Chelsea overcome Atletico? And are Bayern still favourites for the title?
TOO MUCH MOYES? - Manchester United fought hard in Munich but were ultimately outclassed by Bayern. Where does the defeat leave David Moyes? And will United trust him to spend big over the summer?
NEWS ROUND-UP - Our team will dissect the latest flurry of football headlines across the leagues around the world and bring you the inside track on the best, the biggest and the most bizarre stories currently doing the rounds. If you want the inside track, you've come to the write place.
For all this and more, tune into the Sunday Supplement on Sky Sports 1 at 9am.