Torres, Aguero and…? 10 players to look out for in the Premier League this weekend

Fernando Torres

Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham, Newcastle, Sunderland, Norwich, West Brom, Manchester United and Crystal Palace feature.

Fernando Torres

Having returned from both injury and suspension against Cardiff City, Torres managed to bag himself a brace during Chelsea’s Champions League trip to Schalke. Will he start against Man City on Sunday? And can he get off the mark in the league?

Sergio Aguero

Manchester City’s away form in the league was looking a little shaky until Aguero’s brace helped them to win at West Ham. He bagged another two in the week in Moscow. Can he continue this good form at Stamford Bridge?

Victor Moses

Philippe Coutinho is nearing full fitness for Liverpool, and Moses has been the man playing in the ‘number 10’ role in the Brazilian’s absence. He may need a big game against West Bromwich Albion to keep his place in the side for trip to Arsenal next week.

Andros Townsend

He is in very good form having starred for both England and Tottenham. No doubt Hull will keep a close on eye on the winger, but can they stop this good run he is on?

Loic Remy

Newcastle’s top scorer, and on the past two away outings he has found the net, can he make it three and write himself into Tyne/Wear derby folklore?

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Lee Cattermole

We all know that Cattermole is never shy of getting stuck into tackles, and in a derby match there is bound to a few tasty challenges. Just how many will involve the Sunderland midfielder against Newcastle?

Scott Sinclair

Steve Clarke has hinted Sinclair could be fit for the trip to Anfield this weekend for West Brom. Can he cause the home side some problems and help Clarke claim another big result?

Johan Elmander

Norwich currently sit in the bottom three and will have marked their home game against Cardiff as one they ought to win. Elmander should return from a thigh injury this weekend, can he fire the Canaries to a pivotal win?

Mile Jedinak

Given Ian Holloway’s departure from the club, Crystal Palace are going to need some strong leadership on the field when they host table topping Arsenal. Can Jedinak galvanise his troops to give the next boss some encouragement?

Shinji Kagawa

David Moyes was impressed by Kagawa’s performance for Manchester United against Real Sociedad in the Champions League, will Kagawa get another chance to impress against Stoke City this weekend?

Which players will you be keeping an eye on this weekend?

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