Who can handle the pressure?
The title race is getting ever-more tense so it's a good job we've some cool, analytical heads in the Supplement studio this Sunday.
Martin Samuel, of the Daily Mail, the Daily Mirror's Oliver Holt and Jeremy Cross, of the Daily Star, join Neil Ashton to review Saturday's action, preview what could be a pivotal Super Sunday and look forward to a crunch week in Europe for Chelsea and Manchester United.
This week's agenda includes:
ALL AT CHEL-SEA - After their slip-up against Crystal Palace and their dramatic late concession to PSG, we'll look back at Chelsea's showing against Stoke and assess if they're still in the hunt for Premier League honours and have any chance of reaching the Champions League semi-finals
CROWNING GLORY - Liverpool go into their Super Sunday clash against West Ham knowing just what they need to do to stay ahead of the chasing pack. We'll look back at Manchester City's performance against Southampton and assess where the balance of power now lies
BAYERN TIME - If the jury is still out on David Moyes, then a Manchester United victory in the Champions League quarter-finals over Bayern Munich would go a long way to alleviating the pressure on the United boss. What signs can we learn from United's performance against Newcastle?
NEWS ROUND-UP - Our team will dissect the latest flurry of football headlines across the leagues around the world and bring you the inside track on the best, the biggest and the most bizarre stories currently doing the rounds. If you want the inside track, you've come to the write place.
For all this and more, tune into the Sunday Supplement on Sky Sports 1 at 9am.