Premier League & Others 30/1/2021

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Premier League & Others 30/1/2021. A packed day of Premier League action with five games today. At 12:30 on BT Sport 1 is Everton v Newcastle United. At 15:00 on Sky Sports is Crystal Palace v Wolves. On 15:00 on Sky Sports Main Event is Manchester City v Sheffield United. Also at 15:00, on BBC One is West Bromwich v Fulham. At 17:30 on Sky Sports Main Event is Arsenal v Manchester United. The late game at 20:00, also on Sky Sports Main Event is Southampton v Aston Villa.

Premier League & Others 30/1/2021 – Detailed Channel Information

Premier League & Others 30/1/2021 – Selected Team News

Everton v Newcastle

  • Abdoulaye Doucoure will return to the side after sitting out against Leicester in midweek through suspension.
  • Playing late on Wednesday night and then having to prepare for Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off may force Carlo Ancelotti to tinker here.
  • It wouldn’t be a complete surprise if Jordan Pickford was dropped for Robin Olsen after his costly mistake in midweek.
  • Newcastle actually had 22 shots to Leeds’ nine in midweek but still lost. At least a sign of improvement going forward, Steve Bruce may name an unchanged side here.
  • Allan Saint-Maximin will push to start after coming off the bench on Tuesday, while Isaac Hayden may once again be required at right-back.

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Manchester City v Sheffield United

  • Ilkay Gundogan and Joao Cancelo have emerged as Manchester City’s best players in recent weeks.
  • Kyle Walker is back available and could return here, potentially pushing Joao Cancelo out to left-back.
  • Gabriel Jesus and Ferran Torres will push for starts up front if Pep Guardiola shuffles his pack at the weekend.
  • Sergio Aguero, Nathan Ake and Kevin De Bruyne remain unavailable for the home side.
  • John Egan will return to the side after missing out to Manchester United in midweek through suspension.
  • Phil Jagielka was immense in Egan’s absence but could make way here given the sharp turnaround.
  • Sheffield United couldn’t even field a full bench against United with players like Enda Stevens late withdrawals.
  • Goal scorer Kean Bryan was forced off against United in midweek and is presumably now doubtful too.
  • Billy Sharp was a nuisance against United and could keep his place up front, though Lys Mousset and Rhian Brewster are also options.

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Arsenal v Manchester United

  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has missed Arsenal’s last two games through personal reasons.
  • Nicolas Pepe will hope to be rewarded with another start if Aubameyang does not return here. Gabriel Martinelli is another option.
  • Kieran Tierney was not risked in midweek after suffering from muscle discomfort in training.
  • Cedric could get the nod over Hector Bellerin at right-back if Tierney is passed fit, otherwise both will play.
  • Emile Smith Rowe and Thomas Partey both limped off against Southampton on Tuesday with muscle problems.
  • New signing Martin Odegaard may even be thrown straight into the starting XI if Smith Rowe is ruled out this weekend.
  • Dani Ceballos should come back into contention this weekend but Mo Elneny is another option if Partey fails to recover in time.
  • Brazilian duo Gabriel and David Luiz are in competition to play at centre-back along with Rob Holding.
  • Ainsley Maitland-Miles is currently in a transfer tug-of-war between a few Premier League clubs and may not feature at all here.
  • Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof are both available for Saturday leaving Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with a tough decision to make.
  • Anthony Martial remarkably completed 90 minutes in defeat against Sheffield United despite a sub-par display but should make way for Edinson Cavani here.
  • Scott McTominay and Fred will both return to the starting XI to face Arsenal, with Paul Pogba either playing with them in midfield or on the left wing.
  • Alex Telles set up United’s only goal in defeat to Sheffield United but will make way for Luke Shaw here.

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