FOOTBALL BETTING: Keep up to date with all the latest team news on every Premier League match in England this weekend.
Joshua Martin reports
Birmingham v Hull
BLUES midfielder Michel has won his appeal against a red card, Joe Hart is eligible again – Maik Taylor could step down – while Christian Benitez is pushing to start. David Murphy (hamstring) and Garry O’Connor (thigh) are struggling with injury.
The TIGERS are set to make changes, although Stephen Hunt (foot) is out along with Kamil Zayatte and Anthony Gardner.
Blackburn v Everton
BLACKBURN have concerns over Chris Samba (groin), Brett Emerton (hamstring) and Martin Olsson (ankle). Keith Andrews is pushing for a start.
EVERTON midfielder Mikel Arteta (groin) may be ready to feature, Joseph Yobo is pushing to start, while Victor Anichebe (hip) is still struggling. Dan Gosling (knee) and Marouane Fellaini (ankle) are injured.
Fulham v Wolves
FULHAM’s John Pantsil (knee) could return after four months out after playing for the reserves. Simon Davies (rib) is still a worry, Clint Dempsey has a thigh injury while David Elm may return after illness.
WOLVES captain Karl Henry is still suspended – David Edwards could continue. Michael Kightly is still sidelined by an ankle injury.
Man City v Man Utd
CITY defender Wayne Bridge (hernia) could be back, while also in line to return are Stephen Ireland (ankle), Patrick Vieira (knee ) and Pablo Zabaleta after his suspension. Sylvinho (calf) is a doubt.
UNITED’s Gabriel Obertan is pushing for a place, Ryan Giggs (hamstring) is a worry, John O’Shea limped off at Blackburn, while Rio Ferdinand (groin) could miss out.
Stoke v Bolton
STOKE have concerns over Matthew Etherington (knock) and Ricardo Fuller (ankle), while Ryan Shawcross and Mamady Sidibe are injured. James Beattie may be ready to return.
BOLTON’s Mark Davies is pushing to start after regaining full fitness, Ricardo Gardner could also make the squad, but Chris Basham, Sean Davis, Stuart Holden, Gavin McCann and Joey O’Brien are out.
Sunderland v Burnley
The BLACK CATS will give Lee Cattermole (calf) as much time as possible to prove his fitness, while John Mensah (hamstring) and Lorik Cana (groin) could return.
BURNLEY midfielder Joey Gudjonsson has been suspended by the club, Steve Caldwell is pushing to start, while Stephen Jordan may be ready after his knee injury. Chris McCann (knee) is still injured.
Tottenham v Chelsea
SPURS could keep faith with Danny Rose. Aaron Lennon has suffered a setback in his return from a groin injury, Ledley King may retain his place, Niko Kranjcar (ankle) is a concern, while Wilson Palacios is suspended.
CHELSEA could bring back Deco and Joe Cole, Branislav Ivanovic is pushing to play, but Michael Essien, Ashley Cole and Ricardo Carvalho are out.
Portsmouth v Aston Villa
POMPEY are likely to retain Joel Ward and Matt Ritchie, along with teenage subs Lenny Sowah and Marlon Pack. Aruna Dindane will again miss out, Jamie O’Hara and Hassan Yebda may return.
VILLA are unlikely to make any major changes, although Steve Sidwell, Emile Heskey and Luke Young are among the players hoping boss Martin O’Neill freshens the side up.
Wigan v Arsenal
WIGAN’S Emmerson Boyce is close to a return after his back problems. Hendry Thomas is a concern with a quad injury, Gary Caldwell is still suspended.
ARSENAL defender Thomas Vermaelen (calf) is out for up to three weeks, Denilson (groin) is a concern, while Robin van Persie could start. Alex Song is still suffering from a knee injury.
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