Citi FM returns with the English Premier League coverage at 1130am on Saturday, with the sports team anchoring all the weekend’s action.
Here's the rundown for the weekend.
Norwich vs. West Ham 1145 am
Following the impressive 1-1 draw at Spurs a fortnight ago, Chris Hughton is poised to name an unchanged Norwich side when West Ham visit Carrow Road tomorrow.
The inclusion of Barnett, Bassong and Garrido alongside stalwart Russell Martin has looked very solid in the last couple of games, giving Hughton little reason to tinker. Martin has recovered from the injury that kept him out of the Scotland side.
In midfield, the 'Leeds 3` of Snodgrass, Howson and Johnson, along with Pilkington on the left dominated the game against Spurs. Although there is possibly more to come from Howson, it would be a surprise if Hughton saw the need to change things whilst the chemistry between the players continues to grow.
Up front, Holt looks a definite starter, whilst Simeon Jackson and Steve Morison both had punishing schedules representing their countries over the last week.
If Hughton decides to freshen things up, he may turn to either Chris Martin or Harry Kane alongside Holt, or potentially he could bring Wes Hoolahan in to play just behind the big man. Hoolahan has so far been restricted to 13 minutes against Fulham and a League cup run out against Scunthorpe. It would be a surprise if Hughton deviated from the 4-4-2 that worked well in the previous two games however.
West Ham will be without Andy Carroll who suffered a hamstring injury against Fulham, with Carlton Cole expecting to deputize. West Ham will also be looking to new signings Matt Jarvis, Yossi Benayoun and James Collins to provide impetus following Carroll`s injury.
Manchester United vs. Wigan 1400 GMT/2pm
Manchester United welcome Wigan to Old Trafford this Saturday, but look set to be without new signings Robin Van Persie and Shinji Kagawa.
Van Persie was withdrawn at half time of the Netherlands 4-1 World Cup qualifying win against Hungary on Tuesday, with a suspected thigh injury; however Dutch coach Louis Van Gaal played down the injury after the match.
“We took off Robin for precautionary measures. “It doesn’t seem to be too serious, but you never know. We didn’t want to take any risks,” he said.
Van Persie has been in deadly form since arriving at Old Trafford, netting four goals already including a hat trick during United’s 3-2 win over Southampton in their last Premier League match.
Any sort of injury setback would be a blow for Sir Alex Ferguson, who is already without the injured Wayne Rooney.
Meanwhile, Kagawa was forced to withdraw from Japan’s World Cup qualifier against Iraq, complaining of a pain in the lower back.
United have yet to hit their best this season, losing to Everton and picking up slightly fortuitous 3-2 victories at home to Fulham and then away at Southampton, having fallen behind in both games.
Meanwhile, Wigan has made a decent start to the season, and are unbeaten in their last two league matches.
Roberto Martinez has heaped praise this week on Argentine striker Franco Di Santo, often much maligned during his time in English football.
The former Chelsea man has two goals to his name so far this season, and Martinez is even optimistic his striker is ready to make the step up to International football.
“I think Franco can be a massive striker for Argentina,” he said.
“He has always had that potential but it’s the way he put all the parts of his game together in the last four months of last season that has really been so impressive.”
Sunderland vs. Liverpool 1630 GMT/4:30pm
Liverpool FC left-back Jose Enrique’s knee injury will be assessed ahead of Saturday's Premier League clash away to Sunderland.
Jose Enrique has been training this week after the recurrence of a problem which has dogged him since the start of the season.
Liverpool FC midfielder Joe Allen has recovered from illness which kept him out of Wales' game against Belgium last week, while manager Brendan Rodgers is confident Luis Suarez and Sebastian Coates will be fine after international duty having travelled back from South America.
Sunderland winger Adam Johnson is battling to retain his place in the starting line-up after returning injured from international duty.
The 25-year-old missed England’s World Cup qualifiers against Moldova and Ukraine with a thigh problem and will only be considered if he emerges unscathed from training today.
Full-back Danny Rose could make his debut for the club and midfielder David Vaughan, who played 45 minutes for Wales in their 6-1 defeat in Serbia on Tuesday night after recovering from an ankle injury, may figure, while defenders Phil Bardsley (also ankle) and Wes Brown (knee) are making good progress, but are well short of match fitness.
SUNDAY 16th SEPTEMBER
Reading vs. Tottenham 1500 GMT/3 pm
Team news for Sunday's Premier League clash between Reading and Tottenham at the Madejski Stadium (kick-off 4pm).
Reading boss Brian McDermott will welcome Jimmy Kebe back into his squad for the visit of Spurs.
The Mali winger has been missing all season due to a hamstring injury but is now available for selection after returning to training.
Jason Roberts (calf) is the only player unavailable to McDermott with all of his international players returning unscathed from their respective matches.
There had been a small doubt over the fitness of Adam Federici but the goalkeeper is likely to retain his starting place at the Madejski Stadium on Sunday.