Premier League weekend preview: Mario Balotelli, Everton vs Arsenal and other talking points
Video: The Independent looks ahead to this weekend's Premier League games
Each week, The Independent will look ahead to the weekend's action in the Premier League with a video detailing the five key things to watch out for during the matches.
Rather than just detailing what games are coming up or what our predictions are, every week The Independent's online sports writers will outline five areas to watch: what game to keep your eye on, the player to pay attention to, the story and stat of the weekend, and finally the miscellaneous detail, which could be anything from a fixture ripe for an upset or a great interview to read in preparation for the weekend's football.
Watch the video below to find out exactly why you should pay attention to the goings-on between Manchester City and Liverpool this weekend, why all eyes will be on the Stadium of Light on Sunday and why Chelsea may be in for a surprise against Leicester.
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