It's a vital weekend at the wrong end of the Premier League with relegation six-pointers dominating the fixture list. Meanwhile in the FA Cup quarter-finals, Roberto Mancini won't risk Sergio Aguero or Vincent Kompany.
Shinji Kagawa and Luis Suarez both scored nine points on the weekend as Manchester United and Liverpool put on four-star displays. The latest points and assist decisions.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that Robin van Persie has recovered from a hip injury and could face Norwich. That and other headlines, all in one place.
Chelsea and Everton booked their places in the FA Cup sixth round with midweek wins over opposition from further down the football pyramid. The holders Chelsea will face runaway Premier League leaders Manchester United.
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The FA Cup takes over once again this weekend, but there's still one Premier League game on the fixture card. Liverpool welcome Swansea to Anfield because of the Welsh side's imminent Wembley appearance.
All-action midfielder Moussa Sissoko inspired Newcastle to victory over Chelsea with two goals worth six points on his home debut. Marouane Fellaini, Christian Benteke and Jimmy Kebe also scored six. Plus assists!
Reading supersub Adam Le Fondre came to the rescue for the Royals last night and scored six points for his late brace against Chelsea. The European champions were sitting on a two goal lead before Le Fondre netted twice in the dying stages.
Chelsea captain John Terry could start for the first time since November when the FA Cup holders travel to League One neighbours Brentford. Eden Hazard is suspended of course.
Southampton and Everton played out a 0-0 draw at St Mary's last night meaning clean sheet points all round for the defenders and goalkeepers on show, in Mauricio Pochettino's first game in charge.
Team news for the clash between Southampton v Everton at St Mary's.