Soccer Saturday: FA Cup and Football League goal news and interviews

Last Updated: 26/01/14 10:22am

It's a huge day of FA Cup and Football League football on Saturday and you can enjoy it all in the company of Jeff Stelling and the gang.

Our host will be joined by Matt Le Tissier, Paul Merson, Alan McInally and Charlie Nicholas in the Soccer Saturday studio from midday to count down to kick-off and to bring you news of all the goals as they go in.

From noon they will discuss an eventful week for Manchester United after their Capital One Cup exit at the hands of Sunderland, while in-form neighbours Manchester City will also come under the microscope.

We'll also have a series of big interviews and features, including:

EDDIE HOWE - Bournemouth host Liverpool in a dream FA Cup tie for the Cherries and we'll hear from their gaffer ahead of the 12.45pm kick-off

ANDY THORN - Conference side Kidderminster travel to Sunderland for an FA Cup fixture and we'll speak to the man in charge

MITCH HANCOX - Ahead of Birmingham's Cup clash with Swansea we'll hear from one of Lee Clark's youngsters, who has been a Blues fan since the age of five

UWE ROSLER - We'll hear from the Wigan manager as the Latics continue their defence of the FA Cup at home to Crystal Palace

PHIL BROWN - The Southend boss has been drawn to take on his former club Hull in the FA Cup fourth round. We'll hear from him

ROCHDALE - We'll take you behind the scenes at the League Two club ahead of their FA Cup clash with Sheffield Wednesday

LEICESTER - We'll focus on the Championship leaders, who can extend their lead against Middlesbrough on Saturday.

From 3pm our studio guests will focus on the Championship with Matt watching Blackpool v Doncaster, Merse viewing Ipswich v Reading, Alan on Leicester v Middlesbrough and Charlie describing Blackburn v Derby.

Our reporters will also be out and about to bring you updates on the FA Cup games, plus the latest goal news from League One, League Two and the Scottish Premier League.

Join us for Soccer Saturday from midday on Sky Sports News.

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