Super Sunday: Triple treat of Premier League action this weekend
Sit back and enjoy a Premier League Super Sunday hat-trick live on Sky Sports HD this weekend.
Last Updated: 08/11/13 12:47pm
Tottenham tackle Newcastle at White Hart Lane, Sunderland host Manchester City and then Manchester United and Arsenal round off a fantastic feast of football with their mouth-watering encounter at Old Trafford.
Sky Sports customers will be able to enjoy all the action on Sky Sports 1 HD, on demand and on the go through Sky Go. The Manchester United v Arsenal clash will also be on Sky 3D.
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Tottenham v Newcastle - 11.30am, Sun, Sky Sports 1 HD
Tottenham are riding high in the Premier League and go into the weekend in fourth spot, level on points with second-placed Chelsea and just five behind table-topping Arsenal.
However, Spurs fans have voiced their displeasure at the team's style of play this term and called for more excitement from a squad which was bolstered with a £100m spending spree in the summer but has yielded just nine league goals to date.
Visitors Newcastle have conceded more goals than any side outside of the bottom three this season, so Spurs' frontmen will be confident of finding the net - but the inconsistent Magpies sunk Chelsea 2-0 at St James' Park last week so must not be taken lightly.
Sunderland v Man City - 2pm, Sun, Sky Sports 1 HD
Sunderland were unable to build on their morale-boosting Tyne-Wear derby win last time out against Hull City, when red cards shown to Lee Cattermole and Andrea Dossena left the Black Cats with nine men for the whole of the second half.
They will need all eleven on the field against a rampant Manchester City at the Stadium of Light this week, though. Manuel Pellegrini's men thumped Norwich 7-0 and the in-form Player of the Month Sergio Aguero showed his sharpness with a stylish brace against CSKA Moscow in the Champions League.
A positive result would be a huge fillip for Gus Poyet's side - but City arrive as hot favourites to take the spoils.
Man United v Arsenal - 4pm, Sun, Sky Sports 1 HD
Sunday's sumptuous serving concludes with an intriguing tussle at Old Trafford.
David Moyes' men have been far from their best this term but the reigning Premier League champions will be fired up to show table-topping Arsenal they are still top dog.
However, the Gunners' glorious Champions League win away to German giants Borussia Dortmund in midweek demonstrated the significant stride forward Arsene Wenger's men have made this term and with man of the moment Aaron Ramsey in the form of his life, the North London outfit have a chance to stamp their authority on the top flight.