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Selection dilemma for Arsenal boss

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- A huge weekend of Barclays Premier League action kicks off on Saturday as Chelsea take on Norwich at Stamford Bridge.

- Juan Mata is likely to start on the bench while David Luiz is still struggling with injury. Romelu Lukaku could also make his Chelsea debut.

- Also on Saturday, Liverpool welcome Bolton to Anfield with manager Kenny Dalglish keen to maintain the Reds' good start to the season.

- Glen Johnson is set to return from injury, while Steven Gerrard is still sidelined.

- Elsewhere on Saturday, Aston Villa welcome Wolves, Wigan face QPR, while Swansea take on Sunderland and Blackburn clash with Everton.

- Sunday sees Arsenal travel to Old Trafford to take on Manchester United in a huge early season clash.

- Arsene Wenger has Gervinho, Emmanuel Frimpong and Alex Song suspended while Jack Wilshere is still injured.




 

- Phil Jones, Tom Cleverley and Danny Welbeck are likely to keep their starting places for United after impressing against Tottenham.

- Also on Sunday, Tottenham face big spending Manchester City at White Hart Lane.

- Samir Nasri is in line for his debut having left Arsenal for City this week.

- Elsewhere on Sunday, West Brom welcome Stoke and Newcastle take on Fulham at St James' Park.

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