FOOTBALL BETTING: Keep up to date with all the latest team news on every Premier League match in England this weekend.
Joshua Martin reports
Arsenal v Man City
ARSENAL look set to be without Andrey Arshavin, Manuel Almunia, William Gallas and Denilson, although Alexandre Song could return from injury. Robin van Persie could start.
CITY defender Micah Richards is hoping to return to the squad after his knee problem. Winger Martin Petrov (knee) is injured, while Stephen Ireland and Pablo Zabaleta are pushing to start.
Bolton v Portsmouth
BOLTON’s Ricardo Gardner could return after injury, while Mark Davies is pushing to start. Stuart Holden (fibula) is close to a return, but Chris Basham, Gavin McCann, Sean Davis and Joey O’Brien are out.
POMPEY’s Jamie O’Hara is struggling with a back problem. Nadir Belhadj (thigh) is a concern, but Tommy Smith may come in.
Hull v Sunderland
HULL could bring Anthony Gardner back after their defeat against Villa. Dean Marney (illness) and Bernard Mendy (hamstring) are doubts, Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink is injured.
SUNDERLAND have no major new concerns. Andy Reid (hamstring) and George McCartney (hamstring) are out, Lee Cattermole (calf) is unlikely to play, while Lorik Cana (groin) and John Mensah (hamstring) may be fit.
Man Utd v Tottenham
UNITED’s Dimitar Berbatov will be desperate to start against his former side. Rio Ferdinand and Wes Brown could return, John O’Shea is pushing for a start, while Owen Hargreaves could make the squad.
SPURS’ Peter Crouch could start after recovering from a virus. Aaron Lennon (groin) and Niko Kranjcar (ankle) are injured, but Ledley King could start.
West Ham v Wigan
The HAMMERS hope Luis Boa Morte could feature after his knee injury.
Carlton Cole should be fit, while Scott Parker is back after suspension. Kieron Dyer, Herita Ilunga, Jack Collison and James Tomkins are struggling with injury.
WIGAN’s Gary Caldwell is pushing for a return after his suspension, while Hendry Thomas is a major worry with a quad injury.
Wolves v Blackburn
WOLVES midfielder Matt Jarvis (thigh) is doubtful, Michael Kightly is still injured, while skipper Karl Henry serves the last of his three-game ban.
ROVERS’ Danish defender Lars Jacobsen is desperate to feature, Chris Samba is still struggling with a groin problem, Vince Grella and Martin Olsson are pushing for places, while Brett Emerton has been struggling with a hamstring problem.
Aston Villa v Birmingham
VILLA have concerns over Richard Dunne after his head injury against Hull. Stephen Warnock (ankle) is a concern, while Stiliyan Petrov (groin) is unlikely to be fit.
BLUES forward Cameron Jerome should continue despite his recent back problems. Michel rwill be pushing for a place, but David Murphy (knee) and Garry O’Connor (hip) are still doubts.
Burnley v Liverpool
BURNLEY midfielder Kevin McDonald is pushing for a recall after featuring for the reserves. Steven Caldwell is also pushing for a place, but Chris McCann (knee) is sidelined.
LIVERPOOL are without Fernando Torres (knee), while also injured are defenders Fabio Aurelio, Emiliano Insua (both thigh) and Martin Kelly (knee). Martin Skrtel may be fit after his foot injury.
Chelsea v Stoke
CHELSEA’s Ashley Cole could feature after recovering from his ankle injury. John Terry is suspended, John Obi Mikel (knee) may be out for the rest of the season, while Michael Essien (knee) is also sidelined.
STOKE’s Matthew Etherington is pushing to start after his knee problem, Ricardo Fuller (ankle) is still struggling, while Ryan Shawcross (ankle) may be fit again.
Everton v Fulham
EVERTON’s John Heitinga (foot) could be fit, Mikel Arteta has a groin strain, but Victor Anichebe could start after his recent hip problem. Marouane Fellaini is a long-term absentee.
FULHAM have concerns over Bobby Zamora, who was substituted in Hamburg – Clint Dempsey could start. Andrew Johnson (knee) is out, but John Pantsil, Stefano Okaka and Nicky Shorey are eligible.
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