FOTBALL: Sunday Teamsheet
Sunday 06 February 2005
The Premiership: 2.0pm. Live: Sky Sports 1
Another of the South Coast switchers, Nigel Quashie, should make his Southampton debut after a knee injury that has haunted him since his move from Portsmouth. Everton have doubts over new signing Mikel Arteta (knee), and are still without Steve Watson (stomach) and Leon Osman (knee).
Chelsea v Manchester City
The Premiership: 4.05pm. Live: Sky Sports 1
With Arjen Robben (foot) ruled out, it could be a chance for Joe Cole (pictured) to start for Chelsea, whose striker Didier Drogba (groin) is doubtful. Antoine Sibierski (virus) is available again for City but they are likely to be unchanged.
West Ham United v Cardiff City
The Championship: 1.0pm. Highlights: 7.0pm Sky Sports 1
Tomas Repka is banned for West Ham and Gavin Williams (ankle), Matt Etherington (groin) and Don Hutchison (knee) are out. Peter Thorne returns up front for Cardiff.
Dunfermline Athletic v Celtic
Scottish Cup fourth round: 12.0pm.
Live: Sky Sports 1
Dunfermline's Macedonian striker Georgi Hristov is likely to make his debut but centreback Scott Wilson is a doubt. Celtic may think loan signing Craig Bellamy is fantastic but not on plastic, so he sits this one out.
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