Weekend football video special

Jamie Redknapp and Ed Chamberlin have video previews for all this weekend's Barclays Premier League games.

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We are joined by Sky Sports duo Jamie Redknapp and Ed Chamberlin to preview all this weekend's Barclays Premier League games.

The weekend's top-flight action begins at Hull with the Saturday lunchtime kick-off between Steve Bruce's side and visitors Chelsea. Redknapp offers his opinion on the match as the title-chasing Blues bid to go to the top of the pile.

There are five matches at 1500 GMT on Saturday afternoon, including Tim Sherwood's Tottenham hosting a resurgent Crystal Palace side, and Chamberlin brings us his thoughts on the White Hart Lane encounter.

We also have verdicts from Chamberlin on Cardiff v West Ham, Everton v Norwich, Fulham v Sunderland and West Brom's trip to Southampton.

This weekend's Saturday Night Football has taken on huge significance for David Moyes as an injury-hit Manchester United look to end an unwanted run of defeats in all competitions when they welcome Michael Laudrup's Swansea to Old Trafford for the second time within a week. The Swans emerged 2-1 victors in the FA Cup last Sunday and Redknapp brings us his views on the possible outcome just six days on.

There are two big Premier League clashes on Super Sunday, with Redknapp looking ahead to both Newcastle v Manchester City and Stoke v Liverpool.

League leaders Arsenal have to wait until the Monday Night Football match to strut their stuff when they travel to Aston Villa. It has been a happy hunting ground for Arsene Wenger's side in recent seasons and they'll be keen to banish the memories of the opening-weekend defeat at home to Paul Lambert's Villains. Redknapp gives his views and feels the away side can deliver the goods with a comfortable win.

We also have the views of Premier League managers on our video index and plenty more to check out right now!


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