THIS WEEK'S LIVE SPORT
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This week sees midweek action with two all Premier League quarter final clashes in the Carabao Cup live on Sky Sports for you to enjoy. Leicester take on Man City on Tuesday with Riyad Mahrez potentially featuring for the first time against his old club. Manchester City will be hoping to retain the trophy for a second year in their quest for a treble. The other live clash on Wednesday sees a North London Derby with Tottenham taking on Arsenal, hoping to reverse the 4-3 defeat in the league earlier in the season.
This weeks Premier League action starts with Liverpool taking on Wolves at Molineux, hoping to pull further ahead of Manchester City at the top of the table before they play Crystal Palace on Saturday. Wolves on the other hand will be hoping to pull off another shock victory to leapfrog Manchester United into sixth place. Arsenal and Manchester United are in action on Saturday, with Tottenham playing on Super Sunday.
Championship action sees Aston Villa take on Leeds in a promotion clash with both sides hoping to be amongst the promotion places for Christmas. Both managers look to play attacking football, but have struggled defensively, so this is set to be a cracking game!
Neil Lennon has challenged his players to produce a repeat of the performance that defeated Celtic when they face Rangers on Wednesday night knowing another win will take them back in to the Ladbrokes Premiership’s top six. Rangers will be looking to keep their place at the top of the table and keep Celtic at bay.