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Gary Lineker presents highlights of today's Premier League clashes, including Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium and West Bromwich Albion v Chelsea at The Hawthorns. The north London derby has produced a number of entertaining matches in recent seasons, including a 5-2 victory for the Gunners in last season's corresponding fixture, which had seen Spurs take a two-goal lead. Meanwhile, the clash between the Baggies and the Blues would see the respective managers face their former clubs, with Steve Clarke having represented Chelsea as player and assistant manager to Jose Mourinho, while Roberto di Matteo led West Brom to Premier League promotion before being dismissed. Today's other fixtures were Liverpool v Wigan Athletic, Manchester City v Aston Villa, Newcastle United v Swansea City, Queens Park Rangers v Southampton, Reading v Everton and Norwich City v Manchester United. With analysis from Alan Hansen and Harry Redknapp.
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