Everton boss Roberto Martinez joins Kammy and Ben to analyse all the action from this weekend.
Martinez is hot property at the moment with his side impressing week in, week out in the Premier League, most recently in their sensational 3-0 victory over Champions League-hunting rivals Arsenal.
Kammy and Ben will be sure to get all the inside information on Everton’s result at Sunderland on Saturday, but the boys will also analyse how the Spaniard has tinkered with the system at Goodison to such success since taking over from David Moyes last summer.
Roberto should be more than happy to discuss his thoughts on young England star Ross Barkley’s chances at this summer's World Cup and his plans to keep hold of star loan signings Romelu Lukaku and Gareth Barry for next season.
This weekend also sees the FA Cup semi-finals take place at Wembley, so we'll get Roberto’s reflections on his former club, Wigan, who he lifted the same trophy last season, and their FA Cup semi-final result against Arsenal on Saturday.
Then, from 11.30am, Queens Park Rangers midfielder Joey Barton will be in the studio.
The former Man City, Newcastle and Marseille player is lauded for speaking his mind on footballing issues and the boys will leave no stone unturned as they get Joey's thoughts on his club's push for promotion and their game against Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
Plus, we'll get his always-controversial views on the hot topics of conversation, such as spying allegations from Cardiff, Chelsea Champions League semi-final draw against Atletico Madrid.
We'll also ask him to highlight just how poignant this weekend is going to be in his hometown of Liverpool, on the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster.
Don't forget you can see you all the goals from Saturday's Premier League, Championship and Scottish Premiership games, too.
Plus we'll look ahead to two games which could have a significant impact on the race for the title as Liverpool host Manchester City, then Chelsea pay Swansea a visit - both games are live on Sky Sports 1 straight after the show.
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