Premier League & Others 14/2/2021. Four games in the Premier League today. At 12:00, on Amazon Prime is Southampton v Wolves. At 14:00, on Sky Sports Main Event is West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United. At 16:30, on Sky Sports Main Event is Arsenal v Leeds United. The late game at 19:00 is between Everton v Fulham on BT Sport 1.
Premier League & Others 14/2/2021 – Detailed Channel Information
Premier League & Others 14/2/2021 – Selected Team News
Southampton v Wolves
- Southampton’s injury woes are starting to ease with Kyle Walker-Peters, Oriol Romeu, Jannik Vestergaard, Stuart Armstrong and Mohammed Salisu all now back fit.
- Takumi Minamino was not eligible to face Wolves in the FA Cup in midweek but will return to the starting XI here after scoring on his Southampton debut last weekend.
- Salisu performed well on his Southampton debut last time out but should drop back to the bench here with either Jack Stephens or Jannik Vestergaard given the nod.
- Romain Saiss returned from injury in Thursday’s FA Cup defeat to Southampton and Wolves have also recently recovered Jonny and Rayan Ait-Nouri from injury as well.
- However, it is the absence of Raul Jimenez that continues to hurt Wolves. They have failed to score in four of their last five games and January signing Willian Jose is waiting for his first goal.
- Willy Boly and Daniel Podence will miss out once again for Wolves, as they did in the FA Cup meeting with Thursday a few days prior.
West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United
- Sam Johnstone came through Manchester United’s youth academy and could potentially have a former academy team-mate Dean Henderson in the opposite goal to him on Sunday.
- Arsenal loanee Ainsley Maitland-Niles made his full debut against Tottenham last weekend, while fellow January arrival Okay Yokuslu came off the bench.
- Karlan Grant appeared to injure himself against Tottenham and could lead to a midfield re-shuffle against United this weekend.
- Darnell Furlong has a decent chance of replacing Lee Peltier at right-back after the latter struggled massively against Tottenham.
- Paul Pogba and Phil Jones will continue to miss out for Manchester United but Eric Bailly has trained this week and will be in the squad on Sunday.
- There have been serious calls for Dean Henderson to replace David de Gea so Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a big call to make on Sunday.
- Bruno Fernandes, Scott McTominay and Edinson Cavani were partially rested in midweek so they will start here.
- Donny van de Beek endured another tough night for the Red Devils and will drop back to the bench here.
- Anthony Martial certainly won’t start as the striker on Sunday but could play on the wing if Mason Greenwood needs a rest.
Arsenal v Leeds
- Arsenal have both David Luiz and Bernd Leno back from suspension.
- Thomas Partey and Kieran Tierney have been ruled out this weekend.
- Nicolas Pepe has played well recently but it’s only a matter of time before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang starts again. Alternatively, he could replace Alexandre Lacazette up front.
- Martin Odegaard will also push to make his full debut for the Gunners, though that may come in the Europa League next week.
- Leeds are unlikely to make any changes from the side that comfortably beat Crystal Palace on Monday night, though Kalvin Phillips will need a late fitness test.
Everton v Fulham
- Dominic Calvert-Lewin went straight down the tunnel after coming off against Tottenham in midweek and will miss out here but return next Wednesday.
- Joshua King has a good chance of making his full Everton debut as a result, either out wide with Richarlison up front or through the middle himself.
- Jordan Pickford misses out for a fourth game in a row for Everton but should return to face Manchester City next week.
- Mason Holgate should come back into the side after Everton went 120 minutes in a pulsating FA Cup contest with Tottenham on Wednesday. Ben Godfrey may be required at left-back after Lucas Digne came off with a knock in midweek.
- James Rodriguez is available after missing the cup win over Tottenham with a calf injury but may only make the bench here. Andre Gomes is also back.
- Scoring goals remains a big problem for Fulham, who have failed to score in four of their last five. Surely it won’t be long before we see late January arrival Josh Maja.
- Scott Parker reverted to a back four against West Ham last weekend with Ola Aina dropped to the bench. He managed to get Bobby Reid and Kenny Tete in the starting XI in natural positions that way.
- André-Frank Zambo Anguissa will hope to be recalled to the starting XI to face Everton.
- Terence Kongolo and Tom Cairney remain injury concerns for the away side.
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