Afternoon Report: March 21

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It's a big night in the Premier League tonight, with Manchester City in action, along with Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool - who are all chasing a top four finish.

Man City v Chelsea

Roberto Di Matteo's side travel to the Etihad this evening, but will be without captain John Terry, who has not yet recovered from a minor calf injury.

Roberto Mancini has suggested Carlos Tevez could return for City tonight, as his side look to move within a point of title challengers Manchester United.

Everton v Arsenal

Arsene Wenger has a near fully fit squad to choose from as Arsenal travel to Goodison Park where City, Chelsea and Tottenham have all been beaten this year.

David Moyes however is without Darron Gibson, Jack Rodwell and Seamus Coleman. as the Toffees look to continue a remarkable run of form that sees them in 10th.

Tottenham v Stoke

Harry Redknapp insisting his side are ready to play tonight - despite traumatic events at White Hart Lane last weekend where Fabrice Muamba suffered a cardiac arrest.

Tottenham are desperate to end a run of 3 straight league defeats as they look to secure 3rd place in the Premier League and Champions League qualification.

QPR v Liverpool

FInally, Liverpool face relegation threatened QPR this evening, but will be without both Glen Johnson and Craig Bellamy, as well as defender Daniel Agger.

Kenny Dalglish have only won one of their last five league games, but need three points if they are to keep their top 4 hopes alive.

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