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Mark Saggers presents an evening of Premier
League and Championship football. Manchester
United continue to pursue a 16th league title with a home game against Sheffield United, who face problems at the wrong end of the table. Full commentary from 8.00. And Manchester City travel to Arsenal looking for points to move them further away from the bottom three. The big game outside the top flight is Birmingham City's trip to
Leicester City in what is another big match for Steve Bruce 's team in the tense and tight battle for the top two automatic promotion places
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