The football season, both domestically and on the European front, is set for a gripping climax.
Liverpool, Man City and Chelsea are battling for the Premier League title, while Burnley are in pole position to join Leicester in the top flight next term by snaring the second automatic promotion spot in the Championship.
Plus, Real and Atletico Madrid, as well as Barcelona, are in contention to seize the La Liga trophy, and four clubs - three of them already mentioned - are hoping to land the Champions League.
Chelsea will combat Atletico in the semi-finals of the tournament, while Real will meet reigning champions - and conquerors of Arsenal and Manchester United - Bayern Munich.
With all that in store, you will want to stay glued to Sky Sports - especially on Monday, when The Footballers' Football Show panel preview what twists and turns are to come in each competition.
NIALL QUINN will discuss the state of the Premier League title race following a Super Sunday pitting Liverpool against Man City and Chelsea against relegation-threatened Swansea, while the ex-Sunderland striker will also asses who may fill the Championship play-off berths.
The team will dissect how Leicester may find the leap into the top flight, while GAIZKA MENDIETA will play particular attention to the stellar Spanish season, and examine how much of a bearing Wednesday's Copa del Rey final between Real and Barca will have on the league campaign.
And STEVE CLARKE will give his take on whether his former club Chelsea can mirror their achievements of two seasons ago and win the Champions League - or if Atletico, Real or Bayern will reign supreme at Benfica's Estádio da Luz on May 24.
Watch The Footballers' Football Show, 10.30pm, Monday, Sky Sports 1.