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Premier League: Everton v Liverpool

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Sunday October 28
Goodison Park
Sky Sports 1 1.30pm

Everton’s fine start to the season must have felt like a lifetime ago as they struggled to cling on to a point at Loftus Road last weekend. Missing the influential Marouane Fellaini and reduced to 10 men after the controversial sending-off of Steven Pienaar, David Moyes’ side too often failed to provide decent service to striker Nikica Jelavic.

Premier League: Tottenham v Chelsea

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Saturday October 20,
White Hart Lane,
Sky Sports 1 12.45pm

If you were to list the Portuguese managers at Chelsea in order of success (we don’t know what you do in your spare time), it’s fair to say Andre Villas-Boas wouldn’t be top. Top two, maybe.

Still, after his short spell on the King’s Road ended in ignominy, the suddenly popular Spurs boss will be excited to welcome his former side tomorrow – especially after his current team’s success in recent weeks.

Alex Oxlade Chamberlain interview

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Pace, power and fearless play saw Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain fast-tracked into the England side for Euro 2012. Three months on, he’s still there. Sport spoke exclusively to the winger about his rapid rise, and why his new nickname has made his mum particularly happy…

The Premier League weekend preview

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Our look at all the games

Will JT and Anton shake hands? How many goals can United put past Wigan? And can Pepe avoid another beachball-based disaster at the Stadium Of Light? Read our previews to all the games this weekend

 

(all games 3pm kick off unless stated)

SATURDAY

Norwich v West Ham (12.45)

Arsenal v Southampton

Yaya Toure interview

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Man City’s Mr Versatile Yaya Toure tells Sport why his side will only get better this season – and why every team needs a crazy guy…

Sport is not often mistaken for a 6ft 3ins Ivorian midfield colossus.

“There’s supposed to be a professional footballer arriving,” says Alan, the old boy in charge at Styal FC’s ground in Cheshire when we arrive. “It’s not you, is it?” he asks, looking uncertain as he wheezes on a ciggy.

Quiz: Premier League opening weekend

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Ten games in, but how closely were you watching?

 

The Premier League weekend preview

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A look at the games coming your way

Before you make those last minute Fantasy Football changes, cast your eye over our game by game look at the weekend's action...

 

(kick off 3pm unless stated)

 

Saturday

Swansea v Everton, 12.45pm

 

Chelsea v Stoke

 

Premier League 2012-13: How they'll finish

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Right, we're sticking our necks out here and predicting how the Premier League will finish. We promise we won't change this league table all season long - let's see how we get on...

 

 

1. Manchester City (C)
2. Manchester United (CL)
3. Arsenal (CL)
4. Chelsea (CL)
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25 things we guarantee* will happen this Premier League season

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*Possibly not guarantee. But mostly – with one or two could-do's and the odd question

Ninety-seven days on from the most dramatic denouement in its 20-year history, the greatest league in the worldTM is back - and bigger and better than ever. This alone is a good thing. Factor in the Championship, Leagues One and Two, the Champions League, a new World Cup qualifying campaign on the horizon and the return of La Liga (the other greatest league in the world) and we may well explode with excitement…

Premier League football quiz

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