England

Saturday 29 August 2015

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The hosts have started the season in ominous form and welcome newly-promoted opposition to the Etihad Stadium

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The Baggies begin the weekend at the bottom of the Premier League table as they welcome Mark Hughes's side to the Hawthorns

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Theo Walcott starts in place of Olivier Giroud as the visitors look to continue their impressive recent form against Steve McClaren's side - follow the action LIVE with Goal

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The striker had been waiting to show the calibre of performance he could put in and hopes his form will give him a chance of returning to the Spain team

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Arsenal have made two changes from their draw with Liverpool as the England international returns up top to face Newcastle, with the German ruled out for one week

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The coach believes his side's dominant 3-0 win over Schalke on Friday proves that the Bundesliga side can succeed without the Manchester City-bound midfielder

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The Toffees boss praised the club's chairman for rejecting bids for the England international yet slammed Jose Mourinho's side for their constant pursuit

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The Hammers have not defeated the Reds at Anfield since 1963 but the former Croatia manager insists that his side will not be overawed by the occasion this weekend

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The former Manchester City winger scored a hat-trick in a League Cup tie against Notts County in midweek and is eager to repeat his exploits in the Premier League

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Spurs have failed to take a victory from their opening three matches, against Manchester United, Stoke City and Leicester, and face a stern test against the Toffees

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The Arsenal defender struggled against the Reds on Monday night but has been hailed for stepping up in the second half - and could feature again against Newcastle

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The hosts have scored eight goals in their last two games and their manager is hoping that they can put on another show against the Foxes

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Manuel Pellegrini's side have enjoyed an unbeaten start to the Premier League season, though the Hornets are also yet to taste defeat and the Spaniard is confident

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The Blues won the Premier League title at a canter last season and the former Newcastle United manager believes they have recruited from a position of strength this summer

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The hosts will hope to back up last weekend's draw at Manchester United with another good performance against the misfiring Gunners

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The former Potters boss will return to his old stomping ground for the first time as an opposition manager, though the match may be overshadowed by Saido Berahino's future

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The Manchester United manager says that the club may yet be active ahead of Tuesday's transfer deadline, with the club believed to be in the market for marquee additions

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The Chelsea boss will reach the milestone when Crystal Palace visit Selhurst Park on Saturday, but says he will stay home if he wins and only dine out if he is defeated