Sunday 20 April 2014
After Saturday's matches, a lot of action remains and here is the chance to catch up with all the latest team news and watch the managers' pre-match press conferences.
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12pm Norwich City v Liverpool | #NORLIV | More on Carlsberg Live Match Centre >>
Team news: Norwich will be without two defenders, Elliott Bennett (knee) and Joseph Yobo (calf), while for Liverpool Daniel Sturridge, who has a hamstring problem, is a doubt and Jordan Henderson starts a three-match ban.
2.05pm Hull City v Arsenal | #HULARS | More on the Carlsberg Live Match Centre >>
Team news: Hull are likely to welcome Nikica Jelavic and Shane Long back into the attack after they were cup-tied for FA Cup semi-final. Arsenal are boosted by the news that Mesut Ozil could return after a hamstring injury, although Kieran Gibbs (ankle) is unavailable. His place could go to Nacho Monreal, back in contention after a knock, while Mathieu Flamini returns from a two-match suspension
4.10pm Everton v Man Utd | #EVEMUN | More on the Carlsberg Live Match Centre >>
Team news: Everton will continue to be without Steven Pienaar (knee), while Phil Jagielka (hamstring) could be fit enough for a place on the bench. James McCarthy will be fit to start after a muscular problem confined him to the bench for the defeat by Crystal Palace. Robin van Persie will once again be missing for United due to a knee injury, while Rafael Da Silva is missing and Jonny Evans is a doubt, but the former Everton pair of Wayne Rooney (toe) and Marouane Fellaini (knock) are available.
8pm Man City v West Brom | #MCIWBA | More on the Carlsberg Live Match Centre >>
Team news to follow
City will again be without midfield trio Yaya Toure (groin), David Silva and Jesus Navas (both ankle), meaning James Milner and Javi Garcia will be asked to step up again. Matija Nastasic (knee) remains a long-term absentee. For West Brom, James Morrison is fit again after recovering from an ankle injury, while Jonas Olsson is also optimistic of featuring after an Achilles problem, but Zoltan Gera (hamstring) remains sidelined.