FOOTBALL BETTING: Keep up to date with all the latest team news on every Premier League match in England this weekend.
Birmingham v Tottenham
BLUES could freshen their side after midweek defeat, with new signings Michel and Craig Gardner pushing for places. David Murphy is close to a return, but Kevin Phillips (groin) is still a concern.
SPURS’ new loan signing Eidur Gudjohnsen may feature, Roman Pavlyuchenko has a groin problem while Aaron Lennon and Benoit Assou-Ekotto (groin) are still out.
Burnley v Chelsea
BURNLEY could play new signings Leon Cort and Nicky Weaver, while Andre Bikey has returned from African Nations Cup duty. Graham Alexander (calf) is likely to miss out, but Chris McCann (knee) may be fit. Steven Caldwell (groin) is struggling.
CHELSEA’s Didier Drogba and Salomon Kalou could feature after returning from international duty. Juliano Belletti and Michael Essien are injured.
Fulham v Aston Villa
FULHAM have Clint Dempsey, Andrew Johnson and Paul Konchesky all struggling with injury.Dickson Etuhu is not back from the African Nations Cup.
VILLA’s Nigel Reo-Coker is facing up to three months out following a stress fracture of his ankle. Stephen Warnock is out with a shin problem, and the club has recalled Nicky Shorey from loan at Nottingham Forest.
Hull v Wolves
HULL midfielder Jimmy Bullard (knee) is close to a return, but will not be risked too soon. Dean Marney (calf) is a concern, while new signing Amr Zaki could come in.
WOLVES new loan signing Adlene Guedioura could make his first start, Geoffrey Mujangi Bia and Richard Stearman are pushing for inclusion, while Sylvan Ebanks-Blake is hoping for a recall.
Liverpool v Bolton
LIVERPOOL still have concerns over Daniel Agger (groin), while Glen Johnson (knee ligament) is a definite absentee. Martin Kelly is back in training, Philipp Degen (calf) should be available, but Fernando Torres and Yossi Benayoun are still injured.
BOLTON’s Vladimir Weiss and Stuart Holden will hope to be included, while Sean Davis, Joey O’Brien and Mark Davies are injured.
West Ham v Blackburn
Luis Jimenez has completed his move to Parma from WEST HAM. Striker Carlton Cole could start after his knee injury, but Danny Gabbidon, Guillermo Franco, Zavon Hines and Kieron Dyer are still injured.
BLACKBURN have signed 20-year-old midfielder Amine Linganzi from St Etienne. Defender Lars Jacobsen (thigh) is their main injury concern.
Wigan v Everton
WIGAN should keep faith with Vladimir Stojkovic – Chris Kirkland is out with a collarbone injury. The potential signing of Marco Ruben is unlikely to have been completed in time.
EVERTON have Victor Anichebe and Mikel Arteta pushing to start after coming off the bench in midweek. Joseph Yobo (hamstring), Tony Hibbert (groin) and Phil Jagielka (knee) are still injured.
Arsenal v Man Utd
ARSENAL’s Thomas Vermaelen leg injury is not as bad as feared, but he will still miss out. Eduardo has a hamstring problem, but Emmanuel Eboue and Alex Song are back in contention after international duty.
UNITED could start Wes Brown and Nemanja Vidic, while Rio Ferdinand begins his four-match suspension. Dimitar Berbatov could start up front with Wayne Rooney.
Man City v Portsmouth
CITY’s Robinho has moved to Santos on loan, Wayne Bridge is close to a return, but Joleon Lescott, Michael Johnson and Roque Santa Cruz are injured. Emmanuel Adebayor could start.
POMPEY’s Papa Bouba Diop (hamstring) is a concern, Nadir Belhadj, Hassan Yebda and Kanu are on international duty and Michael Brown has a back problem.
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