Premier League Heavyweights in Action

Manchester United  will be looking to keep up the heat on cross town rivals Manchester City when they host Bolton  at Old Trafford in the early hours of Sunday morning (AEST). United bounced back from a disappointing 3-2 home defeat to bottom placed Blackburn with a 3-0  league win over Newcastle last week, before a 3-2 win over their greatest rivals in the FA Cup last weekend. With City not playing until 48 hours later, a win over Bolton would at least temporarily, give the Red Devils a share of the competition lead.

Tottenham , in joint second with United on 45 points, can also continue their title charge when they take on Wolverhampton  at White Hart Lane. Spurs have been in great form lately, winning their past three matches without conceding a goal and scored a 2-0  away win against Wolves earlier in the season.

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