Make sure you kick off Super Sunday with The Sunday Supplement panel.
Rob Draper, Jason Burt and Matt Dickinson will join host Neil Ashton in the studio to discuss the big talking points from Saturday's action and dissect the fallout from the midweek Champions League drama ahead of a Super Sunday hat-trick live on Sky Sports.
With Tottenham v Newcastle, Sunderland v Man City and Man United v Arsenal lined up for an afternoon feast of football, there will be plenty of chat about those contests - especially the significant encounter at Old Trafford, where the reigning champions host the table-topping Londoners.
But Fleet Street's finest Draper (Mail on Sunday), Burt (Sunday Telegraph) and Dickinson (The Times) will also air their views on:
SAINT THEY GREAT: Adam Lallana and Jay Rodriguez were among a selection of talented youngsters called up to Roy Hodgson's England squad this week. We'll examine the current crop at St Mary's and the fruitful academy on the South Coast which has previously nurtured Gareth Bale and Theo Walcott, among others
CHAMPION CONTENDERS: Jurgen Klopp says Arsenal can win the Champions League after seeing his Borussia Dortmund side conquered by Arsene Wenger's men. We'll debate that suggestion and also review wins for Man City and Chelsea - and a frustrating draw for United - in Europe's elite club competition
MAN MANAGEMENT: Jose Mourinho caused a stir ahead of Chelsea's Champions League win over Schalke by revealing Eden Hazard was left out of the team because he missed training. The Belgian was set to return to the Blues squad on Saturday but we'll consider how Portuguese boss Mourinho is marshalling his expensively-assembled squad in west London
Don't miss the The Sunday Supplement, 8.30am, Sky Sports 1.