Goals on Sunday: Teddy Sheringham and Sam Allardyce join Kammy and Ben in the studio

Last Updated: 24/03/14 9:57am

Teddy Sheringham: his son Charlie currently plays for AFC Wimbledon

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce teams up with one of the club's former stars on this week's Goals on Sunday.

Former striker Teddy Sheringham, who scored 28 goals for the Hammers during 2004-07, joins Allardyce to chew over the action - and preview Super Sunday - on another huge Premier League weekend.

Our two guests go way back, having crossed paths at Millwall in the early eighties, and will share their wealth of knowledge and experience with Kammy and Ben to dissect the headlines and get behind the footballing rumours doing the rounds.

'Big Sam' should have plenty to discuss following his team's Saturday evening clash with another of Teddy's former clubs Manchester United, who secured their place in the Champions League quarter-finals alongside Chelsea with a stirring 3-0 second leg home victory over Olympiakos.

Teddy and Sam will assess the implications of the Champions League draw and whether it could play into the hands of Arsenal, Manchester City or Liverpool by derailing Chelsea's Premier League bid and they'll reflect on a week in which David Moyes answered those critics calling for his head at Old Trafford.

Former Spurs hitman Teddy will also share his thoughts on events at White Hart Lane and the job being done there by Tim Sherwood, whose place in the Tottenham hot-seat seems to remain less than secure.

After their midweek European exertions, Spurs find themselves on the Super Sunday lunchtime menu as Southampton come visiting before Aston Villa entertain Stoke in the 4pm kick-off. The lads will look ahead to both games and share their thoughts.

Plus, there's the small matter of a World Cup coming up later this year so who do our esteemed guests think should be on the plane - and what will it take for Roy Hodgson's men to go far in the competition?

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.