Friday 02 November 2012
Manchester United's lunchtime match with Arsenal at Old Trafford guarantees an exciting start to Matchweek 10 of the Barclays Premier League.
You can catch up on all the latest news ahead of the weekend's matches on premierleague.com's Matchday Live. Only with Matchday Live can you see all the press conferences from the managers, where they provide the latest injury news, their insight on the weekend's match ahead and other topics.
Manchester United v Arsenal (12.45pm) #MUNARS Matchday Live >>
Sir Alex Ferguson (MUN) on injury news, Chris Smalling’s return from injury, Javier Hernandez’s form, Ryan Giggs’s endurance and Robin van Persie’s start at United.
Arsene Wenger (ARS) on Theo Walcott's future, the need to do well at Old Trafford and how Arsenal fans should treat Robin van Persie.
Fulham v Everton (3pm) #FULEVE Matchday Live >>
Martin Jol (FUL) gives the latest injury news, the goal contribution from all over his team amd the physical threat posed by Everton.
David Moyes (EVE) on Kevin Mirallas’s injury, on Everton’s attacking instincts and Craven Cottage as a hard place to go.
Norwich City v Stoke City (3pm) #NORSTK Matchday Live >>
Chris Hughton (NOR) on the latest positive injury news, on the Capital One Cup win over Spurs and the challenge that Stoke present.
Tony Pulis (STK) on his time at Stoke since first being appointed 10 years ago, his club’s need to take their chances, Marc Wilson’s prospective return from injury and the threat from Norwich.
Sunderland v Aston Villa (3pm) #SUNAVL Matchday Live >>
Martin O'Neill (SUN) on Wes Brown’s injury setback, Craig Gardner’s development and Sunderland’s struggles in front of goal.
Paul Lambert (AVL) on the Capital One Cup victory over Swindon, how Christian Benteke can improve and why Darren Bent is not playing.
Swansea City v Chelsea (3pm) #SWACHE Matchday Live >>
Michael Laudrup (SWA) on the Capital One Cup win over Liverpool, on Chico Flores’s fitness, the challenge that Chelsea present.
Roberto Di Matteo (CHE) gives fitness updates after the midweek tie, the victory over Manchester United, recent defensive failings and “clinical” Swansea.
Tottenham Hotspur v Wigan Athletic (3pm) #TOTWIG Matchday live >>
Andre Villas-Boas (TOT) on Jake Livermore and Scott Parker's injuries, Steven Caulker's bright future and the difficult of combating Wigan's dynamic 3-4-3/3-5-2 formation.
Roberto Martinez (WIG) on who is fit to face Spurs, on Franco Di Santo's call-up, the win over West Ham and the tough test that awaits at White Hart Lane.
West Ham v Man City (5.30pm) #WHUMCI Matchday Live >>
Sam Allardyce (WHU) reveals the latest injury news, talks about the tough set of fixtures that await his team, last week’s defeat by Wigan and how to stop a team like Man City.
Roberto Mancini (MCI) reveals the latest injury news, how many clubs he spoke to last season, how well-placed Man City are for the future and the threat posed by Andy Carroll.
Queens Park Rangers v Reading (1.30pm) #QPRRDG Matchday Live >>
Mark Hughes (QPR) on Park’s injury, Bobby Zamora’s hopes of playing, his chairman’s support and the importance of playing teams around them.
Brian McDermott (RDG) talks about the consolation from the defeat by Arsenal in midweek, the significance of the QPR match, losing goals late in matches.
Liverpool v Newcastle United (4pm) #LIVNEW Matchday Live >>
Brendan Rodgers (LIV) gives injury updates on Pepe Reina and Glen Johnson, the January transfer window, on Stevie Gerrard’s desire and talks about Alan Pardew.
Alan Pardew (NEW) on Demba Ba’s fitness, travelling to Anfield and the pressure on Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool.
West Bromwich Albion v Southampton (8pm) #WBASOU Matchday Live >>
Steve Clarke (WBA) on Shane Long’s fitness, his abundance of attacking options, the team’s good performance despite defeats.
Nigel Adkins (SOU) on the challenges he faces, on the club working together, on facing West Brom and Gaston Ramirez’s return.