The Premier League continues this weekend and there are plenty of interesting fixtures on the list.
Tottenham v Chelsea
Tottenham come into this match after a busy run of fixtures and are just above visitors Chelsea.
Spurs had played three games in five days and boss Andre Villas-Boas will bring back a number of players rested during Tuesday’s League Cup victory over Aston Villa.
Chelsea will be without Marco van Ginkel who has been ruled out for at least six months after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in The Blues’ win over Swindon in midweek whilst Ramires is a doubt.
The game is live on BT Sport 1 from 12:45pm.
Swansea City v Arsenal
The Saturday tea time game sees Arsenal travel to South Wales to face Swansea.
Michael Laudrup’s side won 2-0 at the Emirates last season but he will be without Pablo Hernandez who is out with a hamstring injury whilst Ashley Williams remains a doubt.
Arsenal still have six players out injured and Aaron Ramsey and Mathieu Flamini will have to pass late fitness tests if they are to feature.
The game is live on Sky Sports 1 from 5:30pm.
Sunderland v Liverpool
Liverpool’s excellent start to the campaign has come to a halt over the last couple of weeks. Following three straight wins, they’ve since drawn with Swansea before a defeat to Southampton last weekend.
And they were shaded out by Manchester United in the League Cup in midweek but regained the services on Luis Suarez who expected to start on Sunday. However Philippe Coutinho, Daniel Agger, Glen Johnson and Aly Cissokho are all absent through injury.
Sunderland will be aiming to end their disastrous start to the campaign which has seen them pick up just one point in five games. Kevin Ball remains in charge following the sacking of controversial manager Paulo di Canio.
This match is live on Sky Sports 1 from 4pm, immediately after Stoke City v Norwich, which kicks off at 1:30pm.
Everton v Newcastle United
This week’s Monday night football sees an unbeaten Everton side face Newcastle United.
Following three consecutive draws, The Toffees have picked up good wins against Chelsea and West Ham to move up to sixth in the table.
The game is live on Sky Sports 1 from 8pm.
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