Football matches across the country will kick off seven minutes later than usual this weekend to mark the anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster – and we’ll reflect on the tragedy before the action begins on this week’s Soccer Saturday.
Emotions will be running high at Anfield ahead of the huge Super Sunday clash between title-chasing Liverpool and Man City but first there are plenty of intriguing match-ups to look forward to in the Premier League on Saturday – and we’ll keep you up to date as the goals fly in.
To see whether Everton can leapfrog Arsenal into the Champions League qualifying places by beating Sunderland, Fulham can score a vital victory over Norwich – now managed by Neil Adams - in the battle for survival, or Spurs can sink out-of-form West Brom, join Jeff Stelling and his Soccer Saturday team.
Our team of reporters across the land will also bring you news from the Football League and Scottish divisions as teams fight for crucial points as the season reaches its climax.
But make sure you join us from 12pm on Sky Sports News because we have plenty of football debate and interviews lined up, including:
NAISMITH: Steven Naismith bagged himself a goal as Everton put themselves in a great position to make the top four by beating Arsenal last weekend. We’ll ask the Scot about his Champions League ambitions.
MONK: Swansea have been on a wretched run of form that has left them six points above the drop zone. We’ll ask interim boss Garry Monk whether the Welsh outfit can maintain their top-flight status – and how they’re preparing to face second-placed Chelsea on Sunday.
ARNAUTOVIC: Austria midfielder Marko Arnautovic talks to us about life at on-the-rise Stoke and the impact of manager Mark Hughes.
PULIS: Tony Pulis has won plenty of plaudits for his work at Crystal Palace and with the South Londoners seven clear of the relegation zone, we’ll ask him if he’s done enough to keep the Eagles up.
FA CUP: It’s FA Cup semi-final weekend, too – and we’ll be speaking with Sheffield United boss Nigel Clough and Wigan’s Uwe Rosler ahead of their big days out at Wembley.
Soccer Saturday: 12pm, Sat, Sky Sports News HD or from 2.30pm on Sky Sports 1 HD