Saturday 6 April 2019 18:39, UK
Former Everton and Millwall midfielder Tim Cahill will join the Renault Super Sunday panel on Sky Sports this weekend with another bumper round of football.
The 39-year-old announced his retirement from football last week after a stellar career where he made 226 appearances for Everton, scoring 56 goals, and 227 games for Millwall over two spells, netting 52 times.
He also earned 108 caps for Australia and was the first player to score at a World Cup for his country, netting 50 times over 14 years.
Cahill will be joining Jamie Redknapp and Alex Scott for Everton's game against Arsenal, live on Renault Super Sunday from 1.30pm with kick off at 2.05pm.
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Sunday from 1.30pm; kick-off at 2.05pm
The race for the top four is also heating up as Arsenal travel to Everton on Renault Super Sunday. They could leapfrog their local rivals, Tottenham, into third with just a point currently separating the sides, with Chelsea and Manchester United also hot on their heels. Everton are destined for a mid-table finish and will be looking to extend their current winning streak in the Premier League to three games.
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Monday from 7pm; kick-off 8pm
The Premier League table will look different by the time Monday Night Football rolls around, but Chelsea will still be aiming for crucial points when they host London rivals West Ham at Stamford Bridge. Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville will also be on hand to analyse the weekend's Premier League action.
Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Football and Sky One, Saturday 10am
Join Jimmy, Lloyd, Fenners and Tubes for a morning warm-up to get you in the mood for a big weekend of football. The guests on the sofa this weekend are Cardiff City midfielder Harry Arter, actor David Kross and acoustic singer Jack Savoretti.
Sky Sports News, Saturday 12pm
Jeff Stelling is back to guide you through another packed schedule, providing updates of all the goals as they go in, along with plenty of fun and debate alongside Paul Merson, Charlie Nicholas, Phil Thompson and Matt Le Tissier.
Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Football, Sunday, 10.30am
Host Neil Ashton is joined by Andy Dunn (Daily Mirror), Ian Ladyman (Daily Mail), Mike McGrath (The Sun) to discuss the weekend's big news.
Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League, Sunday, 12pm
Former Liverpool defender Neil Ruddock will join Ben and Kammy to go through the best of Saturday's Premier League action.