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Manchester City will look to regain lead of the Premier League when they visit Aston Villa while Wolves take on West Brom in a battle of clubs in the lower reaches.

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Manchester United leapfrogged Manchester City into first place after beating Liverpool 2-1 but City can go top again if they record at least a draw against Aston Villa.

Man City will be looking for good news as they should welcome back skipper Vincent Kompany after he recovered from the knee injury that kept him out of last week's match against Fulham. 

In the early kickoff, 15th-placed West Brom travel to play an injury-hit Wolves, who are 17th in the table. 

Wolves will be facing worries over the fitness of their central midfielders. Jamie O'Hara (groin) and Dave Edwards (thigh) are doubts for the derby showdown. Wolves are already without Emmanuel Frimpong, ho returned to Arsenal after rupturing knee ligaments, and the suspended Karl Henry in that department of his side.

Starting XIs

Wolves: Hennessey, Foley, Johnson, Bassong, Ward, Doyle, O'Hara, Edwards, Jarvis, Ebanks-Blake, Fletcher.

West Brom: Foster; Reid, McAuley, Olsson, Ridgewell; Thomas, Mulumbu, Morrison, Scharner, Odemwingie; Fortune.


Aston Villa: Given; Hutton, Cuellar, Dunne, Collins; Petrov, Gardner; Albrighton, Keane, Heskey; Bent.

Man City:  Hart; Zabaleta, Kompany, Lescott, Kolarov; De Jong, Barry; A Johnson, Silva, Milner; Aguero.


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Sunday's Premier League Fixtures

Wolves vs West Brom

Aston Villa vs Man City

 

Saturday's Premier League Results

Man United 2-1 Liverpool

Ferguson: We should have won easy

Dalglish defensive of Suarez actions

Ferguson: Suarez a disgrace to Reds

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Everton 2-0 Chelsea

AVB feeling heat after "worst display"

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Sunderland 1-2 Arsenal

Wenger hails 'legendary' Henry

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Swansea 2-3 Norwich

Second-half display pleases Lambert

Blackburn 3-2 QPR

Kean relieved to survive 'wobble'

Bolton 1-2 Wigan

Martinez backs Wigan to beat drop

Fulham 2-1 Stoke

Jol hails new hero Pogrebnyak

Tottenham 5-0 Newcastle

Redknapp feels bound to Tottenham



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