You will hear from some Premier League flair players if you tune into Soccer Saturday.
Liverpool hotshot Daniel Sturridge, Swansea winger Wayne Routledge and Aston Villa attacker Gabriel Agonlahor will open up this weekend about their side's form and hopes for the season.
However, every good line-up needs graft as well as guile and that will be provided by Arsenal defensive midfielder Mathieu Flamini, who has been instrumental in the Gunners' surge to top spot since re-signing in the summer.
Money men often have a big role to play in football success these days, too, and Jeff and his team will be meeting one in the form of Burnley supporter Ed Houghton, who is now £250,000 better off after winning the Super 6 jackpot.
Houghton will, no doubt, stay glued to Soccer Saturday from 3pm to see how his beloved Clarets, top of the Championship on goal difference from QPR, fare at Ipswich and how Rangers get on at Millwall.
We will also provide updates from the rest of the second-tier fixtures, as well as the games in League One, League Two and in Scotland, but we will, of course, focus on the Premier League.
Matt Le Tissier will watch Chelsea-Cardiff, Paul Merson will detail Everton versus Hull, Charlie Nicholas will view Man United's contest with Southampton and Phil Thompson will witness Arsenal's game with Norwich.
Chris Kamara and Alan McInally, meanwhile, will report from Swansea v Sunderland and Stoke v West Brom respectively, while we will also keep you up to speed with events in the lunchtime kick-off between Newcastle and Liverpool.
Watch Soccer Saturday, 12pm on Sky Sports News and 3pm on Sky Sports 1.