On Goals on Sunday...

Theo Walcott is our special guest on Sunday morning.

Last Updated: 05/04/14 at 10:03 Post Comment

The Arsenal star will be on the sofa with Ben Shepherd and Chris Kamara to talk about all sorts of issues.

Walcott is of course out for the season following the cruciate ligament injury picked up against Tottenham and now it is crunch time for his club.

Arsenal play Everton on Sunday lunchtime and so who better to get a preview and indeed a prediction from?

Walcott will also tell us how his recovery is coming along and will no doubt give us his take on England's chances in another World Cup he will miss out on.

But before all that there are huge Premier League games at the top and bottom of the league and you can catch all the highlights, all the goals, the odd gaff and of course, expert analysis from all over Saturday's games.

Tune into Goals on Sunday from 10.30am on Sky Sports 1 and don't forget you can get in touch with Ben, Kammy and this week's special guest Walcott via Twitter @GoalsOnSunday

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