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Sunday's first match sees Manchester City make the trip to White Hart Lane to face a Tottenham side who look likely to be missing their star man, Gareth Bale, who is unlikely to recover in time to face the champions.
Without Bale in the side other midfielders may be asked to step up and score the goals that the Wales international has so often contributed for Andre Villas-Boas' men this season. Clint Dempsey and Gylfi Sigurdsson are both available for selection.
Roberto Mancini's men have a great record against Spurs in recent years, having claimed victory in the last four matches, and the last meeting between the two at White Hart Lane ended in a 5-1 win thanks to four goals from Edin Dzeko, who may well feature in this match due to an injury to Sergio Aguero.
The Bosnia international has often had to settle for a place on the substitutes bench but he has still scored regularly and averaging over five points per game thanks to 12 goals and two assists. Will you include him in your team on Sunday?
The second match sees the return of Rafael Benitez to Anfield as he takes his Chelsea side to face former employers Liverpool.
Both sides need three points as they aim to qualify for Europe and Brendan Rodgers will want to see a significant improvement in finishing from his team after consecutive 0-0 draws in the league.
Despite drawing a blank in those matches, Luis Suarez still has the best points average of any striker in Totel Football this season: the Uruguay international has 22 goals in the current campaign and is capable of big points hauls as he demonstrated recently against Wigan, notching 27 points.
Fernando Torres has had no problem scoring in the Europa League of late and the newly-masked forward will look to find the net for the first time in the Premier League since scoring in the 8-0 mauling of Aston Villa on 23rd December.
The goals came from the defence on Wednesday night as David Luiz (15 points) and John Terry (21 points) rewarded players who'd selected them in their team.
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