Here comes Super Sunday. Thanks to CABLE TV we have been able to follow live key matches from the English Premiership and Italy's Serie A all season long. Now, as two of the best leagues in the world come to a climax we still have plenty of issues outstanding, all to be resolved on Sunday. After Manchester United's runaway title win, we are left with the intriguing questions of who will fill the last relegation spot - Wimbledon or Bradford? - and who will snag the third Champions' League place - Liverpool or Leeds? In the end we are getting a match that covers both issues as Bradford take on Liverpool at Valley Parade. Form, of course goes out of the window in such matches but that might be just as well for both teams. Liverpool have been impotent in front of goal for weeks, as seen in last Sunday's live match against Southampton. And Bradford were poor in losing 3-0 to Leicester in last Saturday's live game. CABLE Sports 1 show this game at 10pm. The Southampton v Wimbledon match will follow at 1am on the same channel. Wimbledon only need to match Bradford's result (without suffering a huge reverse in the goal difference column) to stay up. Meanwhile in Italy the fight for the Scudetto is going down to the wire as Juventus lead Lazio by two points. CABLE are 'going stereo' this weekend as Juventus are away to Perugia and Lazio are home to Reggina. Both matches will be shown live, with Juventus on CABLE Channel 7 and Lazio on Channel 18 (the horse racing channel). Last season Lazio saw their title hopes shattered on the final day when Milan pipped them. The odds are on a repeat this weekend but unless Juventus' pull off an emphatic win any championship celebration on their part will probably be tainted by the suspicions of others. That's because of last week's controversial 1-0 win against Parma when a late Fabio Cannavaro 'equaliser' was ruled out for a phantom foul in the box. Should Juve draw and Lazio win, then the title will be decided in a one-off playoff match because goal difference and head-to-heads are not used as tie-breakers in Italy.