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Premier League team news: All the latest injuries and suspensions

Will Chelsea deploy Petr Cech on the halfway circle? Will Theo Walcott recover from his ingrown arm in time for Sunday? Find out as the How Will They Line Up boys discuss the London Derby!

Get all the latest team news and information from the weekend action.

Saturday's matches

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PREDICTION: A 2-2 draw
FANTASY PICK: Christian Eriksen
KEY STAT: Southampton have both scored (4 percent) and conceded (8 percent, level with Liverpool) the lowest proportion of headed goals this season.


Southampton manager Ronald Koeman is confident of being able to call upon Toby Alderweireld against Tottenham this weekend. The Belgium defender left the field on a stretcher at...

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Newcastle boss John Carver challenges TV pundits to try managing

John Carver has shot back at television personalities who have been critical of his Newcastle reign.

John Carver has challenged television pundits to give management a go themselves before turning their fire on the men in the job.

The 50-year-old Newcastle head coach has found himself and his players in the firing line in recent weeks after a run of six successive Premier League defeats which has left them scrambling to keep themselves out of the fight against relegation.

Michael Owen, who had a largely unproductive spell as a player at St. James' Park, became the latest to weigh in when he predicted...

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Pardew pondering profile-boosting summer signing for Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew has his eyes on the upcoming summer signing period.

Alan Pardew is weighing up chasing a big-name summer signing to boost Crystal Palace's profile as the Eagles battle to hold onto their top talent.

Pardew has slapped a price tag as high as £60 million on winger Yannick Bolasie, with Liverpool reportedly interested in the in-form 25-year-old.

The Palace boss has drawn up a clear transfer strategy with chairman Steve Parrish, which will again be centered around digging out high-value recruits.

Former Newcastle manager Pardew did however concede...

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Ronald Koeman would turn down Barcelona to stay with Southampton

Tottenham and Southampton both aim to continue their hunt for European football next season, while the Premier League relegation battle heats up between Leicester City and Burnley.

Ronald Koeman has promised not leave Southampton this summer, even if Barcelona were to come calling.

Eyebrows were raised by some last summer when the Dutch great took the reins of what many expected to be a sinking ship.

Koeman, though, has been revelation in his first season in English football, not only steering Saints to calmer waters but new heights.

Only a point is needed to break the record Premier League points tally set last season under Mauricio Pochettino, who returns to St Mary's for...

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Mourinho to Wenger: If defending was easy, you wouldn't lose 3-1 to Monaco

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho contends that Arsene Wenger is not his rival and is only a manager of a good team in the same area.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley has no problems with the passionate exchange from Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger in their last meeting, but questions whether or not Wenger can break his poor run of form against Chelsea.
Arsenal welcome Chelsea to the Emirates, knowing that a loss would effectively hand Jose Mourinho the title, but also stretch Arsene Wenger's winless run against the Portuguese manager to thirteen games.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has hit back at Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger and defended his team's tactics ahead of their trip to Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

Mourinho and Wenger have been part of a long-running rivalry that has extended over the past 11 years, with sparring between the duo before, during and after matches, capturing headlines along the way.

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Now Mourinho has rejected Wenger's claims that Chelsea's defensive style is easier to master than that of Arsenal's more expansive passing game,...