The Sunday Supplement panel will reflect on Champions League disappointments for Man City and Arsenal on this week's show.
The Premier League high-flyers had left themselves the unenviable tasks of over-turning 2-0 first leg deficits away to European heavyweights Barcelona and Bayern Munich respectively - and both crashed out of the competition without seriously threatening an upset this week.
Jason Burt (Sunday Telegraph), Matt Lawton (Daily Mail) and Antony Kastrinakis (The Sun) will join host Neil Ashton in the studio to reflect on those games.
They'll also consider the strength of England's top clubs in comparison to their continental counter-parts, answer what City and Arsenal have to do to make up ground on their conquerors, and look ahead to Manchester United and Chelsea's upcoming round-of-16 second legs.
Plus, they'll share their views on whether big-spending City will have to consider this season a failure, should they fail to add to their Capital One Cup title. Jamie Redknapp says they will - but Yaya Toure says they won't.
Also on the agenda this week will be...
SUPER SUNDAY: A delightful double-header awaits football fans on Sky Sports on Sunday. First, Manchester United host arch rivals Liverpool, determined to salvage something to brag about from a below-par season - and scupper their visitors' title challenge at the same time. Then Arsenal travel to Tottenham in what is set to be a fiery North London derby with big implications in the race for the top four. Our guests will preview the action.
SATURDAY FALL-OUT: With 16 Premier League teams in action on Saturday there will be plenty of talking points come Sunday morning. The panel will analyse the outcomes from the key fixtures, including the crunch relegation battle contest between Sunderland and Crystal Palace and Chelsea's Saturday Night Football test at Aston Villa.
SUNDAY'S HEADLINES: The Supplement guests will also share the inside line on the big stories making headline news on the back pages of Sunday's papers.
Sunday Supplement: 9am, Sun, Sky Sports 1 HD