Premier League preview!

Chris WIlder receives welcome injury boost as Manchester United could go FIFTH - Tottenham, Everton and Newcastle United prepare for clashes in our Premier League preview

The Premier League makes its welcome return this weekend. Unai Emery has gone, there's a host of potential injury problems across the board, and a fantastic set of fixtures to enjoy.

Here's our mini preview for the weekend's action, featuring the likes every single Premier League club in action - simply scroll down and click through the pages.

Ninth-placed Manchester United welcome 15th-placed Aston Villa on Sunday. A win for Ole Gunnar Solskjaers side could see them move up to 5th.

1. A big game for Ole?

Ninth-placed Manchester United welcome 15th-placed Aston Villa on Sunday. A win for Ole Gunnar Solskjaers side could see them move up to 5th.
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Newcastle United defeated Manchester City 2-1 last season but Pep Guardiola is out for revenge this term but kindly stated that he thinks Steve Bruce will keep the Magpies up.

2. Pep backs Bruce

Newcastle United defeated Manchester City 2-1 last season but Pep Guardiola is out for revenge this term but kindly stated that he thinks Steve Bruce will keep the Magpies up.
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Frank Lampards Chelsea face West Ham United this weekend but the Blues will be without key man Tammy Abraham.

3. Chelsea's injury blow

Frank Lampards Chelsea face West Ham United this weekend but the Blues will be without key man Tammy Abraham.
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Everton travel to the King Power Stadium to face Leicester City this weekend with Marco Silvas job as Toffees boss hanging by a thread. Could Brendan Rodgers second-placed Foxes seal his fate?

4. Last chance for Marco Silva?

Everton travel to the King Power Stadium to face Leicester City this weekend with Marco Silvas job as Toffees boss hanging by a thread. Could Brendan Rodgers second-placed Foxes seal his fate?
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