Goals on Sunday: Roberto Di Matteo and Stuart Pearce in the studio

Last Updated: 20/01/14 9:39am

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Few managers can count a Champions League triumph on their CV but one who can will be in the studio for this week's Goals on Sunday.

Roberto Di Matteo fulfilled Roman Abramovich's wishes by leading Chelsea to the European Cup in 2012, with Didier Drogba rolling in the decisive penalty as the Blues beat Bayern in Munich.

The Italian - who was named as permanent Stamford Bridge chief following the triumph in Germany but relieved of his duties in November 2012 - should reflect on that heady night in Bavaria when he chats with Ben Shephard and Chris Kamara.

Rafa Benitez took charge of Chelsea after Di Matteo departed but Jose Mourinho is now back at the helm in West London and plotting the Blues' first Premier League title win since 2010.

We will get Di Matteo's take on Jose, the Portuguese manager's squad and new signing Nemanja Matic, as well as ask the 43-year-old what he expects to see when Chelsea host Manchester United on Sunday afternoon.

The Switzerland-born boss may also reveal when he could be back in the dugout when he sits next to Nottingham Forest legend and ex-Manchester City and England Under-21 manager Stuart Pearce.

Pearce, known as "Psycho" during his days as a hard-as-nails left-back, should have plenty to say on the state of football at international and domestic level, so here's what he may chat about...

- How far can England go at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil?

- Which young lions can catch the eye for Roy Hodgson's team?

- Can Man City win the Quadruple this term?

- Are Nottingham Forest on course for promotion to the Premier League?

For all that, plus all the strikes from the Premier League, Championship and the Scottish Premiership, catch Goals On Sunday, 10.30am, Sky Sports 1.

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