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The most unpredictable Premier League campaign is back and a champion could be crowned with the top-five sides all in action, live on Sky Sports. Leicester go to Old Trafford knowing a win on Super Sunday will secure the Premier League title, but Tottenham will be hoping Manchester United can keep the race alive for their trip to Stamford Bridge on Monday Night Football.Arsenal welcome Norwich to the Emirates on Saturday Night Football and Manchester City travel to St. Marys for the second Super Sunday game with Champions League places still up for grabs. Jamie Redknapp gives his thoughts on this weeks Saturday Night Football clash between Arsenal and Norwich, as well as the rest of Saturdays action There is also the crucial battle to avoid the drop with two from Sunderland, Norwich and Newcastle the most likely to drop down to the Championship.With so much at stake, we take a look at 10 questions that could be answered over the weekend.Can Howe heap more pressure on Martinez? (Everton v Bournemouth - Saturday, 3pm) Everton manager Roberto Martinez is under pressure from fans It has been an unhappy campaign for Everton and it could get even worse for manager Roberto Martinez. A very leaky defence has undone all the good work in attack and mid-table mediocrity looks certain.The fans appear to have turned on Martinez and even winning all the remaining games of the season may not be enough to keep his job. Bournemouth have had a miraculous season In contrast, Eddie Howe has pulled off a miracle. A team everyone deemed destined for relegation are aiming for a top-10 finish and a win at Goodison Park will see the Cherries move above their hosts in the table.Both teams go into the weekend in a bad run of form, but if the game is anything like the 3-3 draw earlier in the season then we are in for a cracker.Pardew to stick another nail in Geordie coffin? (Newcastle v Crystal Palace - Saturday, 3pm) Alan Pardew has the chance to push Newcastle closer to relegation Alan Pardews reign on Tyneside was greeted with mixed levels of excitement at the time. Some fans felt he could do better while others felt he was held back by the owners.The Magpies former boss could return to St. James Park and push the club further towards relegation. Palace are more-or-less guaranteed Premier League football next season, but the players have FA Cup final places to earn.Rafa Benitez is slowly turning Newcastles season around but it could be too late. Fans must hope Norwich and Sunderland slip up but they will be in full voice to roar on their side.Will Big Sam continue big escape? (Stoke v Sunderland - Saturday, 3pm) Jermain Defoe has been key to Sunderlands survival hopes Sam Allardyce has never been relegated from the Premier League and it looks like he might carry on that tradition.The Black Cats seemed down and out a few weeks back, but great performances against Norwich and Arsenal have taken them out of the relegation zone.Jermain Defoes goals have been crucial in keeping Sunderland in with a chance of avoiding the drop but it is their defence - three clean sheets out of four - in recent weeks that has been most impressive.Stoke, who have received much praise this season, appear to be on the beaches already. They have lost their last three games and conceded four goals in each.How do Villa stop unwanted record? (Watford v Aston Villa - Saturday, 3pm) Villa fans have turned against team and club Aston Villa have let the fans down badly this season. The demise from the Martin ONeill days has been slow and torturous and the atmosphere last week at Villa Park was toxic.The players have one last chance to stop their run of defeats matching the club record of 11 set in 1963. The problem is how. They have lost 25 games this season and no one will be surprised if they lose three more. Ben Watson hopes Quique Sanchez Flores is not sacked by Watford Watford lie 12th in the Premier League in their first season since returning to the top flight. Quique Sanchez Flores has achieved this in his only season in English football.Yet his future at Vicarage Road is hanging by a thread and it may take a strong finish to the season for the owners to keep faith in the Spaniard. Can the Hammers hold on to Europe? (West Brom v West Ham - Saturday, 3pm) Much of West Hams success this season has been down to Dimitri Payet West Hams season was going so well they were being hailed as Champions League contenders. Led by the scintillating form of Dimitri Payet and Mark Noble they were looking like they could do it.Four draws out of five appear to have put paid to these hopes and instead of looking up they are looking over their shoulder to hold on to a Europa League spot from Liverpool and Southampton.The club is desperate to say goodbye to Upton Park with a bang and securing European success would be a great coup for the owners.West Broms season appears pretty much over but do not expect Tony Pulis to allow his players any respite as Tottenham found to their cost.Who will save their season? (Arsenal v Norwich - Saturday, 5.30pm, live on Sky Sports 1 HD) Many Arsenal fans want to see changes at the Emirates Both teams go into Saturday Night Football needing three points to save their season.Norwich are staring relegation in the face and are the most out-of-form team in the bottom four. They have struggled to score goals but will take heart from their 1-1 draw against the Gunners at Carrow Road earlier in the season. This will be Arsene Wengers 750th Premier League game in charge at Arsenal and never has his future been so shrouded in doubt.From title favourites to struggling to stay in the top four, this has been a tough 2016 for the red half of North London and with rumours of anti-Wenger protests growing louder this could be an even tougher 90 minutes.Can the Swans stop Sturridge? (Swansea v Liverpool - Sunday, 12pm) Daniel Sturridge has been in fine form Liverpool, straight from their Europa League semi-final against Villarreal, head to the Liberty Stadium with the aim of securing European football for next season.They need to chase down West Ham into sixth to guarantee it and will be relying on the fine form of Daniel Sturridge, who has scored in six of his last seven Premier League appearances, including each of the last four.One more win for Swansea will guarantee safety this season and manager Francesco Guidolin deserves a lot of credit for getting the Swans out of trouble.Will Leicester make the impossible a reality? (Manchester United v Leicester - Sunday, 2.05pm, live on Sky Sports 1 HD) Claudio Ranieri can win the title at Old Trafford Leicester City will be crowned champions if they win at Old Trafford. Yes, you did read it correctly. The equation is now that simple.The Foxes will have to do it without top scorer Jamie Vardy, that did not matter against Swansea, but they will come up against a Manchester United squad with plenty still to fight for. United will not want another club winning the league on their own turf when they are so used to lifting the trophy themselves.More importantly, they are still chasing down Arsenal and rivals Manchester City for a Champions League place and only three points will keep the pressure on.Can the Saints secure Euro spot? (Southampton v Manchester City - Sunday, 4.30pm, live on Sky Sports 1 HD) Southampton are aiming for a Europa League place Theoretically, Southampton could finish eighth and qualify for the Europa League but that depends on a whole host of factors going their way. Ideally, they need to finish as high as possible.Five points separate fifth and eighth and there is all to play for. All the Saints can do is win their games but considering the first half of the season they had it would be quite an achievement to finish in the European places. Manchester City stand in their way. They still have to secure a top-four place and with this seasons Champions League hopes in the balance against Real Madrid, the league is the best way for them to guarantee a seat at Europes top table next year.Will Chelsea finally kill off Spurs title hopes? (Chelsea v Tottenham - Monday, 8pm, live on Sky Sports 1 HD) Harry Kanes goals have fired Spurs to title contention Tottenham will be relying on Manchester United to beat Leicester and keep their title aspirations alive. If they do, Chelsea will love nothing more than killing the dream.The Blues have had the most disappointing season for quite some time but destroying their London rivals hopes of taking their trophy will give them consolation. Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas have already said as much. Tottenham have not won a league game at Stamford Bridge since 1990 - winning 17 and drawing eight of their 25 meetings.Harry Kane is two league goals short of reaching the 50 milestone and is in great form scoring 13 goals in his last 14 Premier League appearances for Spurs.You can watch Leicester, Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City in action on Sky Sports this weekend.By purchasing a Sky Sports Day Pass for £6.99 or Sky Sports Week Pass for £10.99, you can enjoy access to all seven Sky Sports channels and watch on a TV with a NOW TV Box or on a range of devices. Also See: Premier League video Fixtures Table Live on Sky Air Max Plus Noir Pas Cher . -- The Chicago Bears have agreed to a one-year contract with cornerback Kelvin Hayden. Basket Air Max 90 Pas Cher . Englands only win in the four most recent trips north had been tight, and Scotland was expected after losing 28-6 to Ireland six days ago to show some venom against its archrival. http://www.airmaxpaschersite.fr/basket-a...-90-outlet.html. If there is one club built to handle an off-field controversy, its the Bill Belichick era Patriots. Even if New Englands offence stumbles a bit out of the gate, their defence can help them stay in games, especially in the AFC East with the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets in the first two weeks. Site Air Max Pas Cher Fiable . Altidore strained his left hamstring in the Americans opener against Ghana on June 16 and didnt play in their next two games. "We dont know how much because we need to see how hes going, but hes available," U. Nike Tn Requin 2020 . -- The Detroit Lions made it crystal clear to Golden Tate that he was their top target in free agency.PITTSBURGH, Pa. - Javier Baez is learning, and Saturday was another good day for the touted prospect. Baez and fellow rookie Matt Szczur homered, and the Chicago Cubs snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 6-4 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Baez connected for a two-run shot in Chicagos three-run third, and Szczur hit a leadoff drive in the eighth for his first career homer. It was Baezs second homer in two nights and No. 9 on the season. Baez is 4 for 15 with two homers and three RBIs in his last four games after going 6 for 62 with 28 strikeouts during a prolonged slump for the 21-year-old infielder. "Im just trying to go up to the plate with a good approach," Baez said. "Ive been working with (hitting coach Bill Mueller) and trying to have better at-bats. Ive felt more comfortable the last few days." Felix Doubront (2-1) pitched six scoreless innings for the Cubs in his third start since he was acquired in a trade with the Boston Red Sox. Russell Martin hit a three-run double in the eighth for Pittsburgh, which had won seven of eight. The Pirates lead for the second NL wild card stayed at 1 1/2 games over Milwaukee, which lost 5-1 to Cincinnati. Travis Snider hit a leadoff homer in the ninth against Cubs closer Hector Rondon, who then retired three in a row for his 24th save in 28 chances. Arismendy Alcantara, another rookie prospect for Chicago, had two hits and two RBIs as the Cubs ended their worst losing streak of the season. Chicago also had lost seven straight games against Pittsburgh. "It was a good team win," Cubs manager Riick Renteria said.dddddddddddd "A lot of people contributed." Pittsburghs Jeff Locke (7-5) allowed three runs in 5 1-3 innings, throwing just 62 of 106 pitches for strikes. He lost for just the second time in his last seven decisions. "I just didnt make pitches when I needed to in that (third) inning," Locke said. "It was the difference in the game because we came back and scored late." TRAINERS ROOM Cubs: 1B Anthony Rizzo missed his 17th straight game with a lower back strain but remains on course to return to the lineup Monday night when Chicago hosts Cincinnati. Pirates: LF Starling Marte sat out for the second game in a row with a bruised left arm and likely wont return to action until at least Tuesday for the opener of a three-game home series against Boston. UP NEXT RHP Jacob Turner (5-9, 5.84 ERA) is scheduled to start for the Cubs on Sunday against RHP Edinson Volquez (11-7, 3.36 ERA) in the finale of the three-game series. Turner is 1-2 with a 6.19 ERA in three starts since being acquired Aug. 8 in a trade with Miami. Volquez is 3-0 with a 2.29 ERA in his last nine starts and has not lost since July 21 to the Dodgers. HE GOT THE BALL, EVENTUALLY It seemed as if Szczur was in luck when a fan in the left-field bleachers threw his first home run ball back onto the field. Snider retrieved the ball and tossed it to the ball girl along the left-field line, but she gave it to a boy sitting in the stands. At the end of the inning, third base umpire Paul Schrieber gave the young fan another ball in exchange for the Szczur ball. ' ' '

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