Jeff and the boys settle in for another packed Soccer Special
It's another packed edition of Soccer Special as Jeff and the boys take us through a busy Sunday.
Last Updated: 10/05/13 5:05pm
We're on air from 1pm this week and that will give the boys time to analyse Sir Alex Ferguson's decision to bring the curtain down on 26 years and 38 trophies with Manchester United.
There's also a chance to discuss the Red Devils' decision to move quickly in securing his replacement - David Moyes captured from Everton on a six-year contract.
The Saturday game will be reflected on, in which Aston Villa attempt to claw their way to safety in a tricky clash against Chelsea, who in turn are seeking to cement Champions League football for next season.
In the early kick-off, Iain Dowie will be at The Britannia Stadium to watch Tottenham try and pile the pressure on arch-rivals Arsenal by silencing Stoke fans.
Then comes the main course...Matt Le Tissier will be on the ball at QPR v Newcastle, where the already-relegated hosts will try and show the Loftus Road faithful that they are going down fighting, even it helps drag their free-falling visitors down with them.
It's a crunch game on Wearside, meanwhile, as Paul Merson watches Sunderland bid to leap-frog away team Southampton into the comfort of mid-table, with both sides keen to banish the relegation cloud that continues to hang over them.
The form of Norwich has plummeted in recent weeks, and they are now one of a whole host of sides on 38 points ahead of playing host to West Brom; Phil Thompson will be watching that one for us.
The game at Goodison Park between Everton and West Ham has little significance looking at the league table but it will be an emotional afternoon for Moyes, who bids farewell to the Toffees fans after 11 successful years at the helm. Charlie Nicholas watches on.
While Tony Cottee will be in charge of the 4pm kick off, which sees Manchester United legend Ferguson lift the Premier League trophy and wave goodbye to the Theatre of Dreams after his side face Swansea.
In addition, there's a feature on 'The Find of the Season', which profiles Swansea's Spanish import Michu, who set the Premier League on fire during his debut campaign in England's top flight.
So don't miss Soccer Saturday: 1pm, Sunday, Sky Sports News HD