Goals on Sunday/Supplement: Sky Sports gets you ready for Premier League finale

Ben, Kammy and more preview the action, live from the Etihad Stadium

Last Updated: 11/05/14 12:34pm

Goals on Sunday and Sunday Supplement will be at the Etihad this weekend

Robbie Fowler and Dietmar Hamann played for both Liverpool and Manchester City, so where will their affections lie on Sunday afternoon as the clubs vie for the Premier League title?

They will let us know when they appear with Ben Shephard and Chris Kamara on Goals on Sunday, live from the Etihad Stadium, just hours before the big finale.

Manchester City, courtesy of their +13 goal difference over Liverpool, need realistically just a point at home to Sam Allardyce's West Ham to lift their second Premier League trophy in three years.

But any slip-up could let in Brendan Rodgers' Reds, who sit two points back from their North West neighbours and entertain Newcastle in their last game of a much-improved campaign.

SUNDAY SHOWS ON SS1

9.30am: Goals on Sunday #1
10.15am: Sunday Supplement
11.15am: Goals on Sunday #2

The ball is in City's court, then, but will there be any twists and turns?

Robbie and Didi will assess, as well as reflect on some of the key moments in the sides' title tilts.

Fowler and Hamann will take a break at 10.15am, though, giving Neil Ashton and his Supplement panel the chance to take the reins at the Etihad and offer their thoughts on what lies ahead.

Neil Custis (The Sun), Ian Ladyman (Daily Mail) and Mark Ogden (Daily Telegraph) will look at what the day's results could mean for the futures of players and managers, and analyse who Roy Hodgson is likely to pick in his England World Cup squad.

After an hour of intense debate, Fowler and Hamann will return for more Goals on Sunday, when we will also speak to Liverpool legend and Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher and former Manchester City defender Andy Hinchcliffe.

Ben and Kammy will bring you the goals from Saturday's play-off and Scottish Premiership games, too, so kick off a pulsating day of football in the perfect way!

Watch Goals on Sunday and Sunday Supplement on Sky Sports 1.