This weekend’s Premier League action begins at the Etihad Stadium, when Manchester City host Hull City.
Manuel Pellegrini will be eager for his side to bounce back from their defeat at Cardiff, whilst the Tigers are looking to build on their win against Norwich last weekend.
The Canaries will themselves be looking to rebuild at home to Southampton, whilst the Bluebirds have another chance to cause an upset when Everton make the trip to Wales.
Newcastle host Fulham and Stoke travel to West Ham, before Crystal Palace look to get on the board with the arrival of Sunderland in the late kick-off at Selhurst Park.
On Sunday, Liverpool host Manchester United in a huge clash at Anfield, with David Moyes set to make his first trip back to Merseyside as manager of the Red Devils.
West Brom meet Swansea at the same time, before Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur take centre stage in the ‘Super Sunday’ clash.
The Gareth Bale transfer saga has taken much of the focus ahead of the clash at the Emirates Stadium, but attention will turn to the pitch when the Gunners and Spurs collide at 4pm.
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