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Spanish international left-back Nacho Monreal could make his debut for Arsenal this weekend after completing a deadline day move from Malaga. The 26-year-old will take over from Kieran Gibbs against Stoke.
Scottish midfielder James McArthur scored five points last night as Wigan recovered from two goals down and left Stoke with a valuable draw. McArthur was involved in both Latics goals.
Reigning champions Manchester City closed the gap on rivals Manchester United at the top of the Premier League by beating Fulham and David Silva scored six points. The silky Spaniard notched both goals in the 2-0 win.
Kenwyne Jones showed there's more to his game than simply power and pace when he tallied seven FA Cup points in Stoke's third round replay win over Crystal Palace.
There are only three assists to report back on this week. Read on for Frank Lampard and Jon Walters, Steven Fletcher in a goalmouth scramble and Nemanja Vidic stealing Patrice Evra's winner.
Belgian bruiser Romelu Lukaku bulldozed his way to six points for two goals against Reading, but his brilliant brace wasn't enough to propel West Brom to victory.
Manchester United will be without influential striker Wayne Rooney when they take on old rivals Liverpool in Sunday's derby. The England front-man is still battling a knee injury, but isn't too far away from a return.
Here's the points and assists from New Year's Day. The Manchester clubs dominate the league table and the points charts, plus there's a few assist explanations to enjoy.
Team News ahead of Saturday's FA Cup clash between Crystal Palace and Stoke. Tony Pulis should name a much-changed line-up and is likely to include Michael Owen and Thomas Sorensen for rare starts. Rory Delap and Marc Wilson are the Potters' only confirmed injuries.