LIVE EPL SCORES: Follow All The Live Scores and Results

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The Following are the EPL games on for Saturday’s action with leaders Manchester United in action. Check out all the live EPL scores and then results on Sporting Alert.

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Below are brief team news, stating who have made the starting teams and those who may have been dropped from previous games. We will have live blogging and live score updates from all the games on this evening so stay tune.

West Brom v Sunderland

Striker Peter Odemwingie is amongst the substitutes for West Bromwich for the first time since the Nigerian tried  to force a transfer-deadline day move to QPR. Meanwhile, former Swansea City forward Danny Graham makes his first start for Sunderland since moving in January and he replaces the injured Lee Cattermole (knee).

QPR v Manchester United

Wayne Rooney is on the bench for Manchester United after initially be ruled out of the game with a sinus problem. Robin van Persie returns to the starting team with Javier Hernandez being his striker partner, with Vidic and Ferdinand at center back. For QPR, Bobby Zamora has been risk with a start, despite a persistent hip problem, while full-back Jose Bosingwa is back in the team for the first time in over two months.

Arsenal v Aston Villa

Arsenal are hoping to avoid a third home defeat in a row and manager Arsene Wenger has made four adjustment from the side that was beaten by Bayern Munich in the Champions League. Abou Diaby, Olivier Giroud, Nacho Monreal and Carl Jenkinson all come into the starting XI. Gervinho is back on the bench. In Aston Villa team news, defender Ron Vlaar misses the game, while there was no Darren Bent. Gabriel Agbonlahor returns to the side.

Reading v Wigan

Wigan and Reading are both hoping for a bit of luck today, with three points being each sides main wish. Neither side can do with a draw, but they will also try not to lose. Wigan have Paraguayan defender Antolin Alcaraz back after six months out injured. Arouna Kone and Franco Di Santo lead the attack. Sean Morrison and Jem Karacan both start for Reading, with Alex Pearce and Nick Blackman dropped.

Everton v Norwich

John Heitinga, Kevin Mirallas and Phil Neville all start on the bench for Everton, with Darron Gibson and Marouane Fellaini amongst the starters. New signing striker Luciano Becchio starts for Norwich.