FOOTBALL BETTING: Keep up to date with all the latest team news on every Premier League match in England this weekend.
Arsenal v Sunderland
ARSENAL could have Manuel Almunia ready to return in goal in place of Lukasz Fabianski. Alex Song should return, but Abou Diaby (knee) is out along with William Gallas (calf), Andrey Arshavin and Eduardo (both hamstring).
SUNDERLAND could have Anton Ferdinand, John Mensah and Kieran Richardson back, while David Meyler and Lee Cattermole are suspended.
Everton v Man Utd
EVERTON, already without Marouane Fellaini (ankle) for the rest of the season, have concerns over Tim Cahill (calf). John Heitinga is eligible again, Phillipe Senderos (back) is a doubt.
UNITED’s Rio Ferdinand drops out as he serves his domestic ban, Nemanja Vidic has a nerve problem in his leg, Ryan Giggs (broken arm) is still unlikely to feature.
Portsmouth v Stoke
POMPEY are set to be without the injured Kevin-Price Boateng (ankle), but Tommy Smith and Michael Brown could be fit. Serbian defender Dusko Tosic could start.
STOKE have Abdoulaye Faye suspended, Matthew Etherington is out – although his knee injury is not as bad as feared. Andy Wilkinson is struggling with an ankle injury.
West Ham v Hull
The HAMMERS could have recent signing Benni McCarthy back after his knee injury. Long-term casualties Kieron Dyer, Danny Gabbidon and Guillermo Franco are still out.
TIGERS midfielder Jimmy Bullard could make his latest return from injury, George Boateng should continue after his appeal against a red card was successful. Geovanni is sidelined with a minor medial ligament problem.
Wolves v Chelsea
WOLVES’ winger Michael Kightly and midfielder Dave Edwards are close to returns, but this game comes too soon for them. Andy Keogh (ankle) is also still out injured.
CHELSEA’s John Terry, Nicolas Anelka and Petr Cech should return, while Deco, Daniel Sturridge and Joe Cole will hope to feature. Michael Essien and Ashley Cole are injured.
Aston Villa v Burnley
VILLA’s Gabriel Agbonlahor could return after his leg injury, while they also have concerns over Emile Heskey (groin), Stiliyan Petrov (ankle and Achilles) and Stephen Warnock (shin), despite all playing in the Cup at Palace.
BURNLEY have doubts over Steven Caldwell (groin) and Graham Alexander (calf). Leon Cort is a worry, Stephen Jordan and Chris McCann are close to returns.
Blackburn v Bolton
ROVERS still have Chris Samba suspended, while David Dunn continues to struggle with a calf problem. Lars Jacobsen and Vince Grella are pushing for inclusion after their recent thigh injuries, and recent signing Yildiray Basturk may also feature.
BOLTON’s Vladimir Weiss and Jack Wilshere are pushing for starts, Gary Cahill is out, but Ivan Klasnic is close to a return.
Fulham v Birmingham
FULHAM’s Paul Konchesky (foot) is unlikely to be ready after missing out against Shakhtar. Zoltan Gera looks to be over his knee problem, but Kagisho Dikgacoi, Andrew Johnson and Clint Dempsey are out.
BLUES are unlikely to make major changes, though Craig Gardner and Keith Fahey are pushing to start. David Murphy and Teemu Tainio are back in training.
Man City v Liverpool
CITY’s Patrick Vieira is suspended, Carlos Tevez has been on compassionate leave, while Craig Bellamy (knee) and Vincent Kompany (groin) are struggling with injury.
LIVERPOOL could have Yossi Benayoun ready to return after his rib injury, while Fernando Torres and Glen Johnson are edging closer to fitness. Maxi Rodriguez could play after being ineligible in midweek, Sotirios Kyrgiakos is suspended.
Wigan v Tottenham
WIGAN defender Titus Bramble (hamstring) should be fit in time, although Emmerson Boyce could be drafted in. Richard Kingson is injured, Steven Gohouri has a hamstring injury, while Victor Moses is pushing to start.
SPURS winger Aaron Lennon (groin) is still a serious concern, Roman Pavlyuchenko is hoping to feature while Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Jonathan Woodgate and Carlo Cudicini are injured.
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