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Premier League: Team news & predictions (1)

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The third round of the Barclays Premier League features some interesting and exciting spectacles.

The two stand-out games of the weekend are on Super Sunday when David Moyes takes his Manchester United side to Anfield looking to record his first victory over Liverpool away from home throughout his managerial career, likewise Brendan Rodgers is yet to beat United as Liverpool boss.

Following that match is the extremely anticipated North London derby when Tottenham visit the Emirates. The match is expected to the usual entertaining and feisty affair.

Arsenal enter the match with a depleted side, but also come off the back of three successive victories, while also boast the impressive form of Aaron Ramsey. Tottenham are on the verge of a triple signing (Vlad Chiriches, Erik Lamela and Christian Eriksen) and will feel confident of their chances having won every game this season, while they're yet to concede.

Manchester City will be looking to bounce back from a disappointing 3-2 loss away to Cardiff when they take on fellow Premier League newcomers Hull. Cardiff will be hoping they become a dominant side at home and will look to take advantage of Everton's transition under Roberto Martinez.

Struggling Newcastle United host London outfit Fulham. Two of the most impressive sides in the transfer window, Norwich and Southampton face-off.

Other matches include, last seasons overachievers West Brom against Europa League side Swansea, along with West Ham vs Stoke and Crystal Palace vs Sunderland. Ahead of those games Joe Glanville will offer the team news and match predictions. 

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