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7:00 a.m: Watford v. Manchester United
9:15 a.m: Crystal Palace v. Stoke City
9:15 a.m: Southampton v. Swansea City
11:30 a.m: Tottenham v. Sunderland
EXPECTED CORNER TAKERS
Watford: Jose Holebas, Etienne Capoue
Manchester United: Wayne Rooney, Juan Mata
Crystal Palace: Jason Puncheon
Stoke City: Joe Allen, Bojan, Charlie Adam
Southampton: Dusan Tadic, Steven Davis, James Ward-Prowse
Swansea City: Gylfi Sigurdsson
Tottenham: Erik Lamela, Christian Eriksen
Sunderland: Adnan Januzaj, Patrick van Aanholt
Steve Mandanda, CRY v. STK: Stoke come in as the lowest-scoring team in the Premier League, finding the back of the net just twice in four games, including getting shut out in back-to-back matches. While the addition of Wilfried Bony should help, there's little creativity in the midfield with Xherdan Shaqiri (calf) still sidelined.
Luke Shaw, MUN v. WAT: Watford may have scored four unanswered goals at West Ham last weekend, but there's no chance it happens Sunday against Manchester United. Shaw has missed time recently with a hamstring injury, but he's expected to return and could find a few openings against the Watford midfielders and defenders who would rather move forward than defend. If Shaw is held out of the starting lineup, Antonio Valencia on the other side makes for a fine pivot.