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City will look to make an immediate impact from their mid-week Champions League disappointment against Napoli that left them relying on other results in order to qualify, while Liverpool will hope to make it back to back wins over top of the table rivals following their 2-1 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last Sunday.
A fixture perhaps lacking in the glamour but more than makes up for it in intrigue is QPR’s visit to Carrow Road to take on Norwich. Paul Lambert’s men have stumbled recently having gotten out of the starting blocks quickly, and will certainly be looking for three points when the Super Hoops, who are fresh out of a physical yet rewarding win over Stoke, come to visit.
Fellow new boys Swansea will have one eye on three points against an Aston Villa side that was woeful in their 2-0 defeat against Spurs, and Bolton will go in search of three desperately needed points against a typically slow starting Everton, while Arsenal, led by the immaculate Robin Van Persie will look to make it a perfect week following wins over Norwich and Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League with three points against Fulham.
Elsewhere Spurs will look to keep their recent run of 9 games unbeaten in the Premier League going when they travel to West Brom, with boss Harry Redknapp no doubt keen to provide some evidence to back up his claim his side could challenge for the title this season.
Newcastle face their second big test in as many weeks as they look to prove they are in fact the real deal against a solid-if-not-spectacular-in-recent-weeks Manchester United, while Chelsea will hope to provide boss Andre Villas-Boas something to cheer about after a month from hell when they go up against Wolves at Stamford bridge.
Perhaps not the most glamorous ties of the weekend come courtesy of Sunderland who take on Wigan, with both sides needing three points in their battle to move out of the relegation zone while Stoke, who are having an indifferent time of things recently especially following their Europa League outings, face a Blackburn side that has lurched from crisis to crisis so far this season.