With the Manchester derby taking place later in the day, Goals on Sunday will welcome a United favourite.
Former Old Trafford midfielder and current Sky Sports pundit Ray Wilkins will be in the studio to assess where the Premier League humdinger at the Etihad Stadium could be decided.
Wilkins will give his take on both United and City's starts to the season, with each side recording thumping wins but also slipping to defeats, at Liverpool and Cardiff respectively.
The ex-England midfielder could also talk about Wayne Rooney - who notched his 200th goal for the Old Trafford outfit against Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League on Tuesday night - and how David Moyes and Manuel Pellegrini may fare in their maiden Manchester derbies.
Former Blackburn boss Steve Kean will also join Wilkins, Chris Kamara and Ben Shephard on the GoS sofas, to give his assessment of City versus United and, no doubt, the state of things at his former stomping ground, Ewood Park.
The Scot may also reveal whether he has any intention of returning to the dugout following his tempestuous spell at Rovers and discuss some of the footballing headlines currently doing the rounds.
Plus, Ray and Steve will analyse Saturday's Premier League games, where Chelsea were hoping to bounce back from their Champions League shocker against Basel, and table toppers Liverpool were aiming to extend their unbeaten start to the campaign.
So for goals and tip-top chat, tune into Goals on Sunday from 10.30am on Sky Sports 1.