We'll be chatting to Paulinho, who is already making the headlines for Tottenham, and also hearing from Matt Etherington, whose Stoke team travel to Arsenal for Sunday's Sky live lunch-time kick-off.
It's sure to be another hectic and thrilling day for the boys on Soccer Saturday and they'll be talking to a host of top stars in between the drama on the pitch.
Spurs spent much of the summer investing with Paulinho arriving for £17m looking to be money well spent judging by the Brazilian's performances so far.
The midfield maestro reveals a few thoughts ahead of his team's trip to Premier League's new boys Cardiff City on Sunday afternoon.
Another player setting the top-flight alight is rejuvenated Stoke winger Matt Etherington, who has been impressing new boss Mark Hughes.
As his side prepare for a visit to Arsenal for Sunday's Sky live lunch-time kick-off clash, the former West ham star talks about Stoke's flying start to the campaign.
Also talking about life under a new manager is Sunderland goalkeeper Kieron Westwood and one player he may be facing on Saturday afternoon is West Brom defender Gareth McAuley, who will also be chatting on Soccer Saturday.
Jeff Stelling will be joined by Matt Le Tissier, Charlie Nicholas, Paul Merson and Phil Thompson in the studio and they'll also provide updates on the mouth-watering Championship showdown between Charlton and Millwall, live on Sky Sports 1 HD, kick-off 12.15pm.
The boys will look ahead to the live Sky clash between Chelsea and Fulham (kick-off 5.30pm) but before all of that there's the usual banter, score updates and debate on all the action from the afternoon games.
Look out for all the latest news from Carrow Road with Norwich and Aston Villa scrapping for the spoils in the early Premier League kick-off, followed by the 3pm games involving Liverpool and Southampton, Newcastle and Hull, West Brom and Sunderland, while Everton visit West Ham.
But it's not all about the top-flight and you will get all the latest news from the Championship, League One, League Two and Scottish divisions.
Also look out for plenty of chat on Sunday's Manchester derby.
Don't miss Soccer Saturday, from midday on Sky Sports News HD (channel 405).