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Matchday 25 will begin with QPR’s must-win fixture at home to Norwich City in a lunchtime kick-off on Saturday. Arsenal and Chelsea, who both drew 2-2 on Wednesday, will feature in 10:00am EST games against Stoke City and Newcastle United respectively. Arsene Wenger and Rafael Benitez need to appease anxious fans. Victory would be very much welcomed, though hard to achieve.
In the last match of the day, Manchester United will play at Craven Cottage with the possibility of opening a 10-point gap at the top of the English Premier League table.
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The FA Cup Fourth Round produced several Premiership casualties such as Liverpool and Spurs. A few days after an eventful midweek of cup action, the EPL resumes with a handful of fixtures scheduled to take place on Saturday and Sunday evening.
All four matches on January 29 will take place simultaneously. In one of those, Manchester City will be hopeful of defeating Queens Park Rangers to eventually close the five-point gap against league leaders Manchester United.
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Anfield and the Etihad will capture a lot of attention on Saturday as Liverpool and Manchester City will be the only giants to play on that day.
Brendan Rodgers’ men must recover from last weekend’s narrow defeat to Manchester United. The Merseyside Reds will hope Norwich City fail to find the back of the net like they did against Newcastle United last weekend.
In midweek, Chelsea did little use of their game in hand as they dropped two points at home to Southampton. Rafael Benitez has a serious issue to deal with and that has to be the Blues’ home record which is gradually deteriorating.
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It is Super Sunday in England as Manchester United vs Liverpool and Arsenal vs Manchester City are scheduled for January 13. These two game have captured the attention of most English Premier League followers ahead of the 22nd round of fixtures.
However, there will be more to the EPL this weekend than just these giant clashes. In 15:00 (10:00am EST) kick-offs, Aston Villa will look to remain above Southampton while Swansea City will try to make of Everton their next victims at Goodison Park. Wigan Athletic, who suffered a 4-0 battering in the hands of Manchester United the last time out, will take on Fulham at Craven Cottage.
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The biggest clubs in England all snatched victory to end 2012 with a boost of confidence. Liverpool dismantled Queens Park Rangers in the very last match of the year on a day when Frank Lampard netted a double to rescue Chelsea away to Everton.
Tottenham Hotspur, who appear as genuine Champions League zone contenders this season again, edged 2-1 past Sunderlnd while Arsenal triumphed in a 7-3 goal fest against Reading.
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After a Boxing Day full of goals and thrills in England, the football continues with eight matches on Saturday and two on Sunday. Spurs hit Aston Villa with four goals and will now take on a Sunderland team buzzing with confidence following Wednesday’s huge 1-0 victory over English Premier League champions Manchester City.
Speaking about the Citizens, they must react away to Norwich City as Manchester United could go 10 points clear with a win at home to West Bromwich Albion. The Red Devils are the kings of comebacks this season and their 4-3 triumph over Newcastle United on Boxing Day further emphasized their invincible fighting spirit.
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Boxing Day football will see all English Premier League teams – at the exception of Arsenal and West Ham – in action on December 26. The Gunners and the Hammers were scheduled to clash at the Emirates stadium on Wednesday but the match got postponed last week with a statement on Arsenal’s official website reading:
“As a result of Monday’s strike ballot and the proposed industrial action on London Underground on Boxing Day, Arsenal’s Premier League match against West Ham United at Emirates Stadium, originally planned for Wednesday, December 26, has been postponed.”
Liverpool and Arsenal have gone 180 minutes without winning in the 2012/13 English Premier League. Brendan Rodgers’ men have managed only a single point from a possible six while Arsene Wenger is yet to celebrate his side’s first goal of the season.
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Alex Ferguson failed to overcome David Moyes’ Toffees. Fergie chose to play Robin van Persie as a late substitute but tactical tricks did not work as Everton held on to win 1-0.
Manchester United now have to bounce back. This Saturday, the Red Devils will play host to Fulham. The latter are fresh from a resounding 5-0 victory over Norwich City. What are the Cottagers’ chances of stunning Manchester United at Old Trafford?
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