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Many pundits, players and managers have admitted that this is a crucial stage of the season and as such, every single fixture – whether it involves teams at the top or the bottom of the table – is extremely important.
This is certainly the case for the opening game of this weekend’s Premier League action as Manchester United and Liverpool go head to head at Old Trafford.
A famous rivalry, these two locked horns in the FA Cup at Anfield recently with Liverpool coming out on top. From 12.45pm on Saturday, United will want revenge for this defeat, picking up crucial points for their title challenge in the process.
There are then six Premier League games getting underway at 3pm on Saturday, two of which stand out above the rest. First up, Sunderland at home to Arsenal should be a cracking contest.
The Black Cats are the form team in the division, while Arsenal – who hammered Blackburn Rovers 7-1 last time out – will be going all out for the win as they chase a Champions League spot.
The second game to watch out for on Saturday afternoon is Swansea City at home to Norwich City. Both teams were promoted to the top-flight last season and both teams are in the top ten as things stand. A closely fought contest, with some excellent attacking football, is expected at the Liberty Stadium.
Elsewhere at 3pm on Saturday, Blackburn and QPR are in the hunt for the points to aid their bid for Premier League survival and the same applies for Bolton’s home clash with Wigan.
Then, Everton – who could hand a first start to new signing Nikica Jelavic – play host to Champions League chasing Chelsea, while Fulham and Stoke go head to head at Craven Cottage.
Completing Saturday’s fixtures, Tottenham play host to Newcastle United in the 5.30pm kick-off. This is a good looking contest between two teams in decent form right now. There will be plenty of attacking talent on display too.
Moving on to Sunday, there is an important bottom of the table clash between midlands rivals Wolves and West Brom. If Mick McCarthy’s men win this one, they climb to within two points of their visitors.
Finally, this weekend’s Super Sunday fixture sees league leaders Manchester City travel to Aston Villa. City have been inconsistent on the road of late, while Villa haven’t won at home since October, so the pressure is on for both teams.