The current Scotland manager and a man who used to hold the post will be sat next to each other on this week's Goals on Sunday.
Gordon Strachan has galvanised his country since taking the reins in January of this year, winning five of his 10 games in charge, a run which includes two victories over Croatia in World Cup qualifying.
Scotland failed to reach the 2014 showpiece in Brazil - meaning they have not played in a summer Finals since the 1998 World Cup in France - but there are plenty of promising signs, including the emergence of pacey Watford wideman Ikechi Anya.
Strachan will tell Ben Shephard and Chris Kamara how he has been able to revive his nation's fortunes following Craig Levein's tumultuous stint in charge and assess where his team stand ahead of qualifying for Euro 2016.
George Burley, meanwhile, managed Scotland for a 14-game spell between January 2008 and November 2009, so will reflect on that and give his take on how the Hampden Park outfit are progressing under Strachan.
However, in a week in which Celtic's hopes of reaching the Champions League knockout stages were quashed, former Bhoys boss Strachan should chat about Neil Lennon's side's form.
Plus, Burley may discuss his days as both a defender and manager at Ipswich, his time at current Premier League high-flyers Southampton, and the strife surrounding Hearts, whom he bossed in 2005.
Gordon and George will also analyse Saturday's action in the Barclays Premier League, where table toppers Arsenal visit Cardiff, Norwich host the Tony Pulis-led Crystal Palace, and Everton combat Stoke.
If you have a question for Strachan or Burley send it in via Twitter to @GoalsOnSunday, and then watch Goals on Sunday, 11am, Sky Sports 1.