The Supplement panel will be up bright and early on Sunday morning to analyse all the news from the week in football.
Host Neil Ashton and his team - Paul Hayward of The Telegraph, Neil Custis of The Sun and Patrick Barclay of the Evening Standard - will dig out all the talking points from Saturday's fixtures and look ahead to what's to come.
Here's what could come up in conversation...
FERGIE'S BOOK Sir Alex Ferguson made plenty of headlines this week when his much-anticipated autobiography was released. Paul Hayward, who helped Fergie write the book, will give the inside scoop on the Scot's comments about Roy Keane, David Beckham, Wayne Rooney - and most of the Liverpool team...
HOLLOWAY LEAVES PALACE The crew of experts will also analyse the departure of Ian Holloway from Crystal Palace. The club are struggling in the Premier League but was this the right time to leave? And is the hotly-tipped Tony Pulis the right man for the job?
RACISM IN RUSSIA The shocking racist shouts directed at Yaya Toure in Moscow on Wednesday night may reignite the debate surrounding Russia hosting the 2018 World Cup. The journalists will give their views on what UEFA needs to do to stamp out this kind of abuse
Watch the Sunday Supplement, from 9am on Sky Sports 1 or, if that's a bit early for you, download the podcast after the show.