It is a refreshing change to see a pretty full Premier League calendar this Saturday. Manchester United and Arsenal appear to have home bankers in which both can strengthen their position at the top of the Premier League table. Elsewhere Manchester City and Tottenham both face tough away trips to test their title credentials; while West Ham won’t welcome the tough trip to Goodison Park as they look to drag themselves away from the bottom of the table.
In the papers this morning there have been a mixed bag of stories that include Arsene Wenger eyes the quadruple; Liverpool continue to attract top players, while Gerard Houllier hits back at Sunderland critics.
Uefa considers calendar overhaul – Daily Telegraph
Liverpool attract top players – Comolli– Independent
Houllier hits back at Bent criticisms – Guardian
Spurs target Rossi is available for £16.5m – Independent
Brady: Grant chaos made us stronger – Guardian
Giggs plans to extend Manchester United contract – Independent