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Manchester United boss David Moyes will be hoping his side can bounce back from their midweek defeat when they host Newcastle on Saturday.

The Premier League champions fell to their fourth Premier League defeat against Everton on Wednesday which has heaped more pressure on Moyes.

Brendan Rodgers has lauded former Liverpool winger Stewart Downing.

The Anfield boss sold the 29-year-old in the summer - but has praised the West Ham star ahead of his side's clash against the Hammers.

Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas is confident his side are over their bad run of form.

The north London side have bounced back from two successive defeats by claiming a point against Manchester United before beating Fulham.

Everton boss Roberto Martinez believes Arsenal deserve an incredible amount of recognition for what they have achieved so far this season.

Martinez, speaking before his side's showdown at the Emirates Stadium, has labelled Arsenal an 'outstanding team'.

And finally, Manchester City forwards Edin Dzeko and Stevan Jovetic have been linked with a move to Inter Milan.

The Italian giants are reportedly keen on signing the Manchester City duo if they cannot agree a loan deal for Paris Saint-German forward Ezequiel Lavezzi.

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