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Friday 11 April 2014

MW34 previews: Aguero in frame for trip to Anfield

Follow all the latest team news and pre-match press conferences ahead of Matchweek 34

Sergio Aguero is back in contention for Manchester City's trip to Anfield on Sunday

With another intense weekend of Barclays Premier League action upon us here is the chance to catch up on all the latest team news and watch the managers' pre-match press conferences.

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Saturday 12 April

3.07pm kick-offs unless specified

Crystal Palace v Aston Villa  | #CRYAVL |  Click on the Matchday page >>

Team news: Despite scoring five goals for the Under-21s in midweek Dwight Gayle will not start for Palace, according to manager Tony Pulis. Villa will be without top scorer Christian Benteke after he tore his Achilles last week, while Karim El Ahmadi (thigh), Gabriel Agbonlahor (illness) and Fabian Delph (calf) are doubts after missing the defeat to Fulham.


Fulham v Norwich City  | #FULNOR | Click on the Matchday page >>

Team news: Fulham's Kostas Mitroglou is still unavailable due to a knee injury and Moussa Dembele will not feature due to his participation in the Dallas Cup, but Scott Parker, Dan Burn and Giorgos Karagounis are all in contention. Norwich midfielder Leroy Fer looks unlikely to play any part (hamstring), while defenders Ryan Bennett (knock) and Joseph Yobo (calf) are again doubtful.


Southampton v Cardiff City  | #SOUCAR | Click on the Live Matchday page >>

Team news: Southampton striker Jay Rodriguez is out for the rest of the season after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament, while goalkeeper Artur Boruc (back) and forward Gaston Ramirez (ankle) remain doubtful. For Cardiff winger Craig Noone, who was injured against Palace last weekend, is not expected to feature again this season.


Stoke City v Newcastle United  | #STKNEW | Click on the Live Matchday page >>

Team news: Stoke's on-loan winger Oussama Assaidi is still absent (knee), but Stephen Ireland will be hoping to return after missing the Chelsea trip with illness. Newcastle are still without full-back Mathieu Debuchy (groin) and midfielder Moussa Sissoko (hamstring), though striker Loic Remy (calf) and goalkeeper Tim Krul (knee) may be fit enough to return.


Sunderland v Everton  | #SUNEVE | Click on the Live Matchday page >>

Team news: Everton's Leon Osman is doubtful after injuring his eye against Arsenal last weekend.


West Brom v Tottenham Hotspur  | #WBATOT | Click on the Live Matchday page >>

Team news: West Brom midfielder James Morrison will undergo a late fitness test on his injured ankle with captain Chris Brunt on standby after a successful comeback from a knee injury for the Under-21s on Sunday. Billy Jones also played in that match and is fit after a hamstring injury, as is midfielder Claudio Yacob, but Zoltan Gera's own hamstring problem leaves him sidelined. For Spurs Roberto Soldado (hamstring) and Jan Vertonghen (calf) remain doubtful, while Kyle Walker (groin), Erik Lamela (thigh) and Etienne Capoue (ankle) are set to miss out again.


Sunday 13 April

1.37pm Liverpool v Manchester City  | #LIVMCI | Click on the Matchday page >>

Team news: Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero returns to the squad after a hamstring injury.  Liverpool's Jose Enrique and City's Matija Nastasic (both knee) remain sidelined.


4.07pm Swansea City v Chelsea  | #SWACHE | Click on the Live Matchday page >>

Team news: Swansea full-back Dwight. Tiendallis is still ill. For Chelsea Eden Hazard is unlikely to play due to a calf injury, while John Terry is a doubt with a foot injury.

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