Wednesday Premier League news

Tonight, see’s the rest of the Premier league in action with Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal all looking to knock Burnley out of fourth spot and that all important final Champions league place.

2nd placed United will be without the suspended Paul Pogba, but could have Maroane Fellaini back from a knee injury while Marcos Rojo is doubtful with a head injury. For the visitors Bournemouth are still missing Federici, Smith and Mings, although defender Adam Smith is available following suspension

Liverpool will leapfrog Burnley and retake fourth spot if they collect the three points against West Brom at Anfield. Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is likely to recall Phillippe Coutinho Roberto Firmino to the starting line up after the pair started Sundays derby game on the bench. Adam Lallana is still being eased back into full training and could make the bench, while Matip and Moreno are both still side lined. West Brom have an ever-growing injury list with wingers Matt Phillips and Nacer Chadli both doubtful and could join Dawson Barry and Morrision on the side lines for tonight’s game.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will be hoping for a win away tonight against a West Ham side buoyed by their defeat of Chelsea at the weekend, although he knows a win for his Gunners and an Liverpool slip up would see his team leapfrog into 4th spot.
West Ham by have Javier Hernandez back in the starting line up along with Cheikhou Kouyate who has been out with a hamstring issue. The Gunners have no one returning to the squad, however Aaron Ramsey as been added to the injury list with a hamstring injury picked up at the weekend.

Tottenham Hotspurs who have now slipped down to 7th in the Premier League will be looking to change that as they welcome Brighton to Wembley tonight! Tottenham Boss Mauricio Pochettino could hand midfielder Erik Lamela his first start in over twelve months after recovering from a hip complaint as Davinson Sanchez is suspended.
Brighton themselves have no knew injury concerns with Steve Sidwell their only absentee.

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