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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League weekend team news: Injuries and suspensions update

Steve Nicol and Alexis Nunes go head-to-head in predictor as the Premier League enters week 6.

SATURDAY'S GAMES


West Ham vs. Tottenham

West Ham midfielders Manuel Lanzini and Pedro Obiang will miss the visit of Tottenham. Lanzini resumed training on Thursday after a knee injury but will not be risked and Obiang picked up a knock against West Brom last weekend. Defender James Collins is the only other absentee with an ankle problem.

Provisional Squad: Hart, Adrian, Zabaleta, Byram, Masuaku, Cresswell, Reid, Ogbonna, Fonte, Rice, Kouyate, Noble, Fernandes, Arnautovic, Antonio, Ayew, Carroll,...


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Trending: Lukaku wants chant to stop; Woodward predicts Facebook Prem bid

After their unbeaten start to the 2017/18 Premier League season, Stewart Robson explains why Manchester United are favourites for the title.

Friday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

MAN UNITEDJose Mourinho has said Anthony Martial's upturn in form this season is because the forward is playing with a smile on his face.

Romelu Lukaku knows Manchester United fans "meant well with their songs" but hopes everyone can move on from chanting that Kick It Out called "racist."

-The likes of Amazon and Facebook will "absolutely" enter the bidding war when the next round of Premier League...

 By Dave Usher

Defensive concerns continue to dog Liverpool as they return to Leicester

Jurgen Klopp rejects claims that Liverpool don't have the right characters on the pitch to reverse their poor form.
Liverpool's Sadio Mane insists the side are working to have the most threatening attacking force in the Premier League.
Sadio Mane says it's too early to rule Liverpool out of the Premier League title race.

Liverpool will be hoping for quick revenge over Leicester City on Saturday, following their Carabao Cup loss to the Foxes in midweek. The game offers Jurgen Klopp's men an immediate chance to put that defeat behind them and snap out of the recent funk in which they have failed to win any of their last four games. It won't be easy as the King Power Stadium does not hold many happy memories for Klopp, who has lost on all three visits.

It's not difficult to see why Leicester have enjoyed such success...

Steak and wine are 'tactics' to Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic backs Tottenham as one of the main title contenders ahead of their first derby of the season.
West Ham host Tottenham, Man United travel to Southampton and much more headline Saturday's Premier League fixtures.
Don Hutchison looks at three key things that could help West Ham beat London rivals Tottenham on Saturday.

LONDON -- Mauricio Pochettino is the Premier League manager working farthest from his birthplace, but the Tottenham boss knows where to find home comforts in London. On Wednesday evening, Pochettino -- who was born in Argentina but considers Barcelona home -- treated 50 members of Tottenham's playing and support staff to Spanish steak and Argentine red wine at a Marylebone restaurant.

The club's chairman, Daniel Levy, joined the party but Pochettino insisted on paying the bill. "When I pay, I pay...

Jose Mourinho: Happiness key to Anthony Martial's form for Man United

Sergio Romero denied Manolo Gabbiadini from the penalty spot as Southampton and Man United drew 0-0 in May.
Manchester United open their Carabao Cup campaign in style with a 4-1 win over Burton Albion.
Craig Burley scoffs at the idea of the Premier League title being a two-horse race between United and City this season.

MANCHESTER -- Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has said Anthony Martial's upturn in form this season is because the forward is playing with a smile on his face.

Mourinho questioned Martial last season and accused the 21-year-old of failing to capitalise on opportunities to impress.

The France international is locked in a battle with Marcus Rashford to start on the left of Mourinho's front three this season, but he has still scored four goals in seven games, including one in a man-of-the-match...