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Premier League preview: Team news, TV schedule, live text details and ticket info

Premier League preview: Liverpool and United without key players for clash
By Eurosport

14/10/2017 at 07:17Updated 14/10/2017 at 09:03

Get team news, TV schedule, live text details and ticket info ahead of the Premier League fixtures...

Saturday 14 October 2017

Liverpool v Manchester United - 12:30 - Anfield, Liverpool

Injured (Liverpool): Clyne, Lallana, Mane, Bogdan; Doubtful: Lovren; Suspended: None.

Injured (Manchester United): Ibrahimovic, Rojo, Pogba, Fellaini; Doubtful: Jones, Carrick; Suspended: None.

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Stat's amazing!

Liverpool are winless in six Premier League games against Manchester United (D2 L4), their worst run since an eight-match winless run against the Red Devils between 2004 and 2008.

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3pm kick-offs

Burnley v West Ham - Turf Moor, Burnley

Injured (Burnley): Marney, Wells, Heaton, Walters; Doubful: None; Suspended: None

Injured (West Ham): Fernandes, Obiang; Doubtful: Collins; Suspended: None

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Burnley have lost five of their previous six Premier League encounters with West Ham United, winning the other clash at Turf Moor in February 2010 (2-1).

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Crystal Palace v Chelsea - Selhurst Park, London

Injured (Crystal Palace): Benteke, Wickham, Loftus-Cheek (also ineligible); Doubtful: Zaha, Dann; Suspended: None

Injured (Chelsea): Drinkwater; Doubtful: Kante, Morata. Suspended: Luiz.

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Crystal Palace have won only one of their previous eight Premier League matches against Chelsea at Selhurst Park (W1 D1 L6), winning 1-0 in March 2014 under Tony Pulis.

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Manchester City v Stoke City - Etihad Stadium, Manchester

Injured (Man City): Mendy, Kompany, Aguero; Doubtful: Delph; Suspended: None.

Injured (Stoke): Ireland, Shawcross; Doubtful: Martins Indi, Jese, Allen; Suspended: None.

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Manchester City have kept a shutout in eight of their nine Premier League home matches against Stoke (W7 D1 L1) – only against Aston Villa (9) have they kept more clean sheets on home soil.

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Swansea City v Huddersfield Town - Liberty Stadium, Swansea

Injured (Swansea): Bartley; Doubtful: Dyer, Ki, Sanches; Suspended: None.

Injured (Huddersfield): Palmer, Hefele, Williams, Quaner, Stankovic; Doubtful: Mounie; Suspended: None.

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This is the first top-flight meeting between Swansea City and Huddersfield Town, with the two sides having met in each of the other top three tiers of English football. It will be the 92nd fixture in English league football to span the top four tiers, with Swansea having previously faced Watford and Wolves in all four divisions and Huddersfield facing Portsmouth in all four.

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Tottenham Hotspur v Bournemouth - Wembley Stadium, London

Injured (Spurs): Lamela, Rose, Dembele; Doubtful: Wanyama; Suspended: None.

Injured (Bournemouth): Injured: Federici, Mings, Smith; Doubtful: King, Fraser, Wilson; Suspended: None.

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Tottenham have yet to lose to Bournemouth in league competition, winning three and drawing one of their four Premier League meetings to date, while netting 12 goals in the process (six by Harry Kane).

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Watford v Arsenal - 17:30 - Vicarage Road, Watford

Injured (Watford): Prodl, Success, Cathcart, Kaboul, Hoban, Chalobah; Doubtful: None; Suspended: None.

Injured (Arsenal): Chambers, Cazorla; Doubtful: Welbeck, Ozil, Koscielny, Mustafi; Suspended: None.

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In their last meeting, back in January at the Emirates, Watford earned their first league win against Arsenal since April 1988 and ended a run of seven straight league defeats against them.

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Sunday 15 October 2017

Brighton v Everton - 13:30 - Amex Stadium, Falmer

Injured (Brighton): Baldock, Kayal, Hemed, Sidwell; Doubtful: Propper; Suspended: None.

Injured (Everton): Funes Mori, Bolasie, Coleman, Barkley, McCarthy; Doubtful: Jagielka, Keane; Suspended: None.

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This will be the first competitive meeting between Brighton and Everton since April 1983 in the top-flight. The Toffees won that game at Brighton 2-1, courtesy of a brace from Kevin Sheedy.

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Southampton v Newcastle United - 16:00 - St Mary's, Southampton

Injured (Southampton): Targett; Doubtful: Long; Suspended: None.

Injured (Newcastle): Dummett, Haidara; Doubtful: Ritchie, Atsu, Shelvey, Good. Suspended: None.

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Southampton have won more Premier League games in total (15) and at home (12) against Newcastle than they have against any other side in the competition.

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Monday 16 October 2017

Leicester City v West Brom - 20:00 - King Power Stadium, Leicester

Injured (Leicester): James, Huth; Doubtful: Ndidi, Chilwell; Suspended: None.

Injured (West Brom): None; Doubtful: None; Suspended: None.

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These sides have met on just six previous occasions in the Premier League, with Leicester winning three and West Brom winning two. Leicester have never beaten West Brom on home soil in the Premier League, losing two and drawing one.

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