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There are two massive games come from the Premier League on Sunday afternoon and the first of them sees a north-east derby take place between Newcastle United and Sunderland at St James’ Park.
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This is usually a game that both sides are desperate to win as it is one of the biggest rivalries in English football, but there is extra incentive for the two teams to take the spoils this time out.
Newcastle are on 36 points at the moment and know another victory would all but secure their place in the Premier League last season, whereas Sunderland are only out of the bottom three on goal-difference, so need a result this weekend.
St James’ is sure to be rocking and even though the Magpies are disappointed they were knocked out of the Europa League on Thursday night, they will see this as the perfect chance to raise spirits and inflict more misery on their rivals.
Papiss Cisse has been in excellent form over recent weeks, scoring three goals in as many matches and if he is given the chance here, he is likely to take it. He is the 5/1 favourite to break the deadlock.
As for Sunderland, they have Paulo Di Canio in charge of course and this is going to be a big test of his managerial credentials.
If the Black Cats lose this one, then they will still be out of the bottom three on goal-difference, but Wigan will have two games-in-hand, so it would put Di Canio’s side in massive trouble.
If they can put in a performance similar to the 2-1 defeat at Chelsea, then Sunderland could take something from this one. 7/2 are the odds you can get on an away win.
It should be a scintillating 90 minutes from midday on Sunday.
Then, Stoke City entertain Manchester United and the former could need the points more in this one as they are just three clear of the drop zone at this stage.
Not many were expecting the Potters to be in relegation trouble, but just one win this year has dragged them into the battle to stay in the top flight and although they won’t be expected to take anything here, you feel as though Stoke need a result to give the side some confidence.
Tony Pulis is sure to call upon fans to make an electric atmosphere and we might see an old fashioned Stoke performance here with balls flying into the box and a no-nonsense approach to defending.
Manchester United come to the Britannia Stadium on the back of a disappointing defeat to Manchester City on Monday, but they are still 12 points clear at the top.
They can restore that 15-point advantage with a victory this weekend and after a tough couple of weeks for Sir Alex Ferguson’s men, he needs a big performance on Sunday afternoon. United are at 8/13 to win here.
It is mainly about the relegation battle on Sunday, but the points up for grabs mean just as much to the league-leaders.