Fabrice Muamba and Stuart Holden join Ben and Kammy on Goals on Sunday this week.
Muamba is continuing his recovery from the on-field cardiac arrest he suffered at Spurs in the FA Cup quarter-final at White Hart Lane in March but he'll be in the studio to discuss his plans for the future.
The incident forced the former Bolton and England U21 midfielder to retire from football at just 24-years-old and we'll ask him what he hopes to do next.
Also on the show will be Muamba's former team mate and current Trotters midfielder Stuart Holden.
The USA international was unable to help Bolton fight relegation from the Premier League last season due to a long-term knee injury. However, he is finally nearing a return to action after almost 18 months out of the game.
We'll get the latest on his condition, how he's coped with the time on the sidelines and what he makes of Bolton's chances this season.
The pair will also help Ben and Kammy to review Saturday's action and look ahead to Sunday's big games including:
GUNNERS AT UNITED: How did Arsenal fare at Old Trafford after their midweek Capital One Cup heroics?
BLUES IN WALES: Could Chelsea take three points from their trip to Swansea?
MAGPIES VISIT LIVERPOOL: Will Newcastle be able to get the better of Brendan Rodgers' side later on Sunday?
We'll also have ALL the goals from the Premier League, Championship and SPL - make sure you don't miss it!