Premier League 9/5/2021

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Premier League 9/5/2021. Four games in the Premier League today. At 12:00, on BBC One, is Wolves v Brighton. At 14:05, on Sky Sports Main Event, is Aston Villa v Manchester United. Also on Sky Sports Main Event, at 16:30, is West Ham United v Everton. The late game at 19:00, on BT Sport 1, is Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion.

Premier League 9/5/2021 - Wolves v Brighton
Wolves v Brighton
Premier League 9/5/2021 -Wolves v Brighton Detailed
Wolves v Brighton Detailed

Premier League 9/5/2021 -Wolves v Brighton

  • Willy Boly is suffering from long COVID and will miss out once again here. Joao Moutinho is back for Wolves but Marcal and Rayan Aït-Nouri are both doubts for the home side.
  • Young duo Fabio Silva and Vitinha were two of Wolves’ better performers against West Brom last weekend and deserve to start once again here. Owen Otasowie may drop out, however.
  • Adam Lallana is unlikely to recover from a calf injury in time to face Wolves this weekend.
  • Graham Potter’s side could be unchanged from the side that defeated Leeds 2-0 last weekend.

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Premier League 9/5/2021 - Aston Villa v Manchester United
Aston Villa v Manchester United
Premier League 9/5/2021 - Aston Villa v Manchester United Detailed
Aston Villa v Manchester United Detailed

Premier League 9/5/2021 – Aston Villa v Manchester United

  • Aston Villa’s starting XI is fairly predictable these days with Jack Grealish and Trezeguet injured.
  • The only doubt is whether Ross Barkley or Jacob Ramsey starts in midfield for the home side.
  • Manchester United face Leicester on Tuesday and then Liverpool on Thursday so Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have to manage his squad carefully after naming a pretty strong side against Roma in midweek.
  • Marcus Rashford, Victor Lindelof, Dean Henderson and Scott McTominay didn’t start against Roma and will return here, while Luke Shaw and Aaron Wan-Bissaka only played the first half on Thursday night.

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Premier League 9/5/2021 - West Ham United v Everton
West Ham United v Everton
Premier League 9/5/2021 - West Ham United v Everton Detailed
West Ham United v Everton Detailed

Premier League 9/5/2021 – West Ham United v Everton

  • West Ham boss David Moyes is without injured trio Angelo Ogbonna, Declan Rice and Arthur Masuaku for the welcome of Everton.
  • Mark Noble will be assessed after he sat out the 2-1 win at Burnley on Monday night.
  • Moyes could make just one change to the XI that started at Turf Moor, with Jarrod Bowen coming in for Pablo Fornals on the right.
  • James Rodriguez is ruled out for Everton but Carlo Ancelotti welcomes back Abdoulaye Doucouré from injury.
  • Ancelotti could make two changes to the XI that started the 2-1 defeat to Aston Villa, with Tom Davies and Michael Keane coming in for Andre Gomes and Mason Holgate.

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Premier League 9/5/2021 - Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion
Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion
Premier League 9/5/2021 - Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion Detailed
Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion Detailed

Premier League 9/5/2021 – Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion

  • Mikel Arteta will certainly shuffle his pack from the side that went out of the Europa League semi-finals on Thursday.
  • Granit Xhaka will not be involved after picking up an injury in the warm up against Villarreal, while Pablo Mari suffered an ankle injury and is also sidelined.
  • Kieran Tierney and Alexandre Lacazette are both back from injury for the Gunners but David Luiz remains out. Lacazette perhaps is not fit enough to start just yet.
  • Gabriel Martinelli, Calum Chambers, Gabriel and Mohamed Elneny will push for starts here. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang may even drop to the bench.
  • West Brom will be without Ainsley Maitland-Niles, who cannot face parent club Arsenal.
  • A central midfielder light as a result, Sam Allardyce may go 4-4-2 on Sunday with Matt Phillips and Callum Robinson coming into the side.
  • Branislav Ivanovic and Robert Snodgrass are both likely to miss out for the Baggies.

Team News / Match Report

Other Games – iFollow (Varies With Providers)

iFollow – Sunday 9 May

LEAGUE ONE (12pm kickoff)

EFL1: 1 Blackpool v Bristol Rovers
EFL1: 2 Charlton v Hull
EFL1: 3 Crewe v Shrewsbury
EFL1: 4 Doncaster v Peterborough
EFL1: 5 Gillingham v Plymouth
EFL1: 6 Ipswich v Fleetwood
EFL1: 7 Lincoln v AFC Wimbledon
EFL1: 8 MK Dons v Rochdale
EFL1: 9 Oxford v Burton
EFL1: 10 Portsmouth v Accrington
EFL1: 11 Sunderland v Northampton
EFL1: 12 Wigan v Swindon

LEAGUE ONE (12pm kickoff)

EFL23: Blackpool v Bristol Rovers
EFL24: Charlton v Hull
EFL25: Crewe v Shrewsbury
EFL26: Doncaster v Peterborough
EFL27: Gillingham v Portsmouth
EFL28: Ipswich v Fleetwood
EFL29: Lincoln v AFC Wimbledon
EFL30: MK Dons v Rochdale
EFL31: Oxford v Burton
EFL32: Sunderland v Northampton
EFL33: Wigan v Swindon

Other Games

OTHER FOOTBALL – SUNDAY 9 MAY

5:00am JAPANESE J-LEAGUE – Yokohama FM v Vissel Kobe
Malaysia – Astro Supersport 3

7:00am AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE – Melbourne City v Brisbane
UK – BT Sport 1
Australia – Fox Sports 505
Malaysia – beIN Sports
New Zealand – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
USA – ESPN+

7:00am JAPANESE J-LEAGUE – Tokushima v Sapporo
Malaysia – Astro Supersport 3

8:30am KOREAN K-LEAGUE – Jeonbuk v Suwon
Malaysia – Astro Supersport 1

9:00am AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE – Perth v Melbourne Victory
Australia – Fox Sports 505
Malaysia – beIN Sports
New Zealand – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
USA – ESPN+

2:00pm SOUTH AFRICAN PREMIERSHIP – Galaxy v Sundowns
South Africa – Supersport PSL

2:00pm SWEDISH ALLSVENSKANSLIGA – Degefors v Djurgardens
USA – ESPN+

4:30pm FRENCH WOMEN’S DIVISION 1 – Issy v Lyon
UK – BT Sport 3
USA – ESPN+

5:00pm DANISH SUPERLIGA – Brondby v Midtjylland
Malaysia – Fox Sports 1
USA – ESPN+

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