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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League weekend team news: Injuries and suspensions update

Paul Mariner and Alexis Nunes go toe-to-toe in predicting the outcomes of the weekend's Premier League fixtures.

SATURDAY'S GAMES

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- SOUTHAMPTON

Team news to follow...

Provisional squad: To follow.

- HULL CITY

Hull manager Marco Silva is boosted by the availability of striker Oumar Niasse after the striker had his suspension rescinded. niasse was shown a straight red card in the win over Watford, but it has been subsequently overturned following an appeal from the club, and the striker is likely to retain his place in the side. Defender Omar Elabdellaoui remains absent with a back problem and may not...

Fernandinho: Gabriel Jesus shone for City in Manchester derby cameo

The ESPN FC crew lament the inability of both Manchester sides to play an aesthetically pleasing style of football.
Pep Guardiola says he's more satisfied than frustrated with Man City's performance in their rather lacklustre goalless draw.
Craig Burley says Man United and Man City are left fighting for scraps after clubs like Barca and Real sign the stars.

MANCHESTER -- Gabriel Jesus demonstrated his huge promise in his brief appearance in the 0-0 Manchester derby draw, Manchester City teammate Fernandinho has said.

Gabriel, 20, made his first appearance in 10 weeks as a late substitute against Manchester United after recovering from the broken foot that wrecked his superb start after arriving in January.

The Brazilian came on as an 86th-minute substitute and thought he had snatched the only goal of the game with a near post header, only for the effort...

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: No North London power shift to Spurs

Former Arsenal forward Paul Mariner explains just how important the North London derby is to Arsenal and Tottenham.
Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal will want to win for themselves rather than to damage Tottenham's title push.
Paul Mariner and Alexis Nunes go toe-to-toe in predicting the outcomes of the weekend's Premier League fixtures.

LONDON -- Arsene Wenger has denied that there is a power shift in North London, despite Tottenham being set to finish above Arsenal for the first time in his 21-year reign as manager.

Arsenal take on Spurs in what could be the last North London derby at White Hart Lane on Sunday, with Tottenham 14 points ahead of their rivals.

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A win for Spurs would guarantee an end to Arsenal's long domination over their rivals, but Wenger told a news conference: "Let's be honest, I've answered that question about...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren signs new long-term contract

Stevie Nicol wavers on Liverpool's top four aspirations but thinks Man United's poor play could see them there by default.
With an injury ravaged squad, Craig Burley debates if Liverpool can challenge for a title next season without more transfers.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes the sides defensive mistakes proved costly in their defeat to Crystal Palace.

Dejan Lovren has signed a new long-term contract at Liverpool that sources have told ESPN FC runs until 2021.

The 27-year-old centre-back, who joined the club from Southampton in 2014, has made 105 appearances for the Merseyside club to date.

Sources added that the deal was worth in the region of £100,000 a week.

Both of Lovren's Premier League goals for Jurgen Klopp's side have come this season -- in the 2-1 win at Chelsea in Sept. 16 and the 4-2 victory at Crystal Palace on Oct. 29. 

The...

 By Ian Holyman

Patrice Evra 'almost went back' to Man United, wanted to play for Mourinho

The ESPN FC crew lament the inability of both Manchester sides to play an aesthetically pleasing style of football.
Craig Burley says Man United and Man City are left fighting for scraps after clubs like Barca and Real sign the stars.

Marseille full-back Patrice Evra has told RMC he almost returned to Manchester United to fulfil an ambition of playing under Jose Mourinho.

Evra, 35, left Monaco in 2006 to start an eight-year spell at United during which he won five Premier League titles, three League Cups and the Champions League.

The defender, who has won 81 caps for France, joined Juventus upon leaving Old Trafford in 2014 and then moved to Marseille in January.

However, speaking to former France teammate William Gallas, Evra...