The Premier League headlines will be debated fully when some of Fleet Street's finest enter The Sunday Supplement studio.
Three top journalists join us to assess how a fascinating period of festive fixtures has affected the title race and discuss what moves the big clubs will be making when the transfer window opens in January.
Henry Winter (Daily Telegraph), Charlie Wyett (The Sun) and Martin Lipton (Daily Mirror) join host Neil Ashton (Daily Mail) to analyse all the latest news from the Premier League and much more.
Liverpool were top of the tree at Christmas, before Arsenal climbed back to the summit following their victory over West Ham on Boxing Day and Liverpool's defeat by Manchester City.
And it could be the turn of Manuel Pellegrini's men to assume the pole position in the title race this Saturday when they face Crystal Palace at home - with Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea not playing until Sunday.
CITY'S TIME TO SHINE - so our guests will assess City's title-winning potential based on their latest effort in the league and discuss whether Pellegrini's players are the true heirs to the crown
UNITED AMBITIONS Manchester United travel to Norwich on Saturday with hopes renewed for a strong second-half of the season which could yet catapult them into title contention. We'll reflect on their clash with Chris Hughton's side
SUPER SUNDAY in our two live Super Sunday clashes, Arsenal travel to Newcastle for the lunchtime kick off while Liverpool face another tough test against Chelsea. Our guests will look ahead to the two huge games, with Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal - along with Ciy - all capable of sitting on top of the table come Sunday night
TRANSFER CHAT the January transfer window is about to burst open with clubs at both ends of the table ready to splash the cash in order to bolster their title or survival chances. And it could be one of the most significant transfer periods for a long time with the title wide open and waiting for one team to make a decisive move
EARNING HIS SPURS Did Tottenham make the right call in putting Tim Sherwood in charge? Are they buying time in their pursuit of another manager? Or has the former Spurs player got what it takes to be the long-term solution at White Hart Lane?
PAPER TALK plus our guests will look at the back pages of the morning papers and assess all the major stories making the news.
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