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First up sees Norwich taking on a resurgent Arsenal side, who have striker robin Van Persie bang in form. The Canaries have impressed many this season with their attacking football but after performing a miracle to come back from two goals down to draw with Blackburn Arsene Wenger may see this as a must win as the Gunners attempt to get their title challenge back on track.
The top of the table clash sees third placed Newcastle taking on the Premiership leaders Manchester City. Alan Pardew has worked wonders at St James this season and in Demba Ba has uncovered a potential Premiership superstar. Vincent Kompany will be missing for Roberto Mancini’s side as they look to extend their lead over Manchester United at the top of the table.
Alex Ferguson’s side will be missing Tom Cleverly in midfield as they make the trip to South Wales to face Swansea at the Liberty Stadium. United will be near full strength but the young midfielder is out until Christmas with an ankle injury picked up in the game against Everton. Swansea City manager Brendan Rogers could welcome back Steven Dobbie in midfield but is still without defenders Alan Tate and Steven Caulker for this clash which kicks off at 17:30 on Saturday.
The big game on Sunday sees Fernando Torres taking on his former club at Stamford Bridge, as Liverpool look to change things around after dropping crucial points at Anfield. The Spaniard is due to start up front with Didier Drogba, who signalled his intention by turning down a bid from Inter Milan midweek.
Kenny Dalgish has no injury worries going into the game and will be hoping Uruguay forward Luis Suarez can continue his sparkling form after he bagged four goals for his country in beating Chile last week.
On Monday, Harry Redknapp is rumoured to be returning to the dug out after his brief spell out with a heart problem, and we wish the amiable manager well in his road to recovery. For Villa, Jermaine Jenas is unable to play due to his loan move from Tottenham, while boss Alex McLeish has no further injury worries as his side makes the trip to White Hart Lane.