Sunday Supplement team preview Man United v Liverpool and Arsenal v Man City
Last Updated: January 13, 2013 11:40am
Sky Sports will bring you a delectable double header of Premier League football on Sunday, when Man United entertain Liverpool and Arsenal host Man City.
But before the action gets underway, the Supplement panel will flock around the breakfast table to preview the matches, which will have a big bearing on the title race.
9.30am, Sky Sports 1 HD
Neil Ashton will be joined by Paul Hayward (Telegraph), Patrick Barclay and Oliver Holt (Mirror) to look at the likely line-ups, what the results will hinge on and who they expect to come out on top at both Old Trafford and the Emirates.
NO CITY LIMITS - Bradford's dream run in the Capital One Cup continued on Tuesday when they beat Aston Villa 3-1 in the first leg of their semi-final. Our team will look at the Bantams' win and at the other last-four clash, in which Swansea beat Chelsea 2-0
TIME FOR CHANGE? - Plans have been announced for Scottish football to adopt a new three-league set-up of 12, 12 and 18 teams respectively. Will this blueprint, which would see Rangers remain in the bottom tier for the 2013/13 season, benefit the game north of the border?
EXPERT ANALYSIS - The boys will reflect on the talking points coming out of Saturday's Premier League games, which include Harry Redknapp leading his QPR team into battle against former charges Tottenham and Norwich hosting Newcastle
RUMOUR MILL - the panel will mull over the latest transfer news after a week in which QPR launched a bid for West Brom centre-back Jonas Olsson and Chelsea attempted snare 24-year-old Brazilian midfielder Taison from Ukrainian outfit Metalist Kharkiv
Don't miss the Supplement, 9.30am, Sunday, Sky Sports 1 HD or, if that's a bit early for you, download the podcast after the show.