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Premier League and FA Cup quarter-finals: what to look out for this weekend

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It’s an eight-game lineup, with places at Wembley up for grabs and a quartet of top-flight matches too

Gary O’Neil conceded his decision to start Pedro Neto against Fulham backfired, with the Portuguese winger set to miss Wolves’ date with Coventry on Saturday after aggravating a hamstring problem. Jean-Ricner Bellegarde is also a doubt with a knee injury sustained in the same game, so opportunities could arise for those on the periphery. Nathan Fraser, the 19-year-old forward, made his full debut last time out. Noha Lemina, the 18-year-old brother of midfielder Mario who was on the bench against Fulham, could get his first minutes in old gold while the 18-year-old striker Leon Chiwome – tipped for a bright future last year in our Next Generation series – is another untried option. The 20-year-old midfielder Tawanda Chirewa could also feature but O’Neil, with last week’s big calls fresh in the memory, will be careful not to be too bold given what is at stake. Ben Fisher

Wolves v Coventry, FA Cup, Saturday 12.15pm (all times GMT)

Burnley v Brentford, Premier League, Saturday 3pm

Luton v Nottingham Forest, Premier League, Saturday 3pm

Fulham v Tottenham, Premier League, Saturday 5.30pm

Manchester City v Newcastle, FA Cup, Saturday 5.30pm

Chelsea v Leicester City, FA Cup, Sunday 12.45pm

Continue reading…It’s an eight-game lineup, with places at Wembley up for grabs and a quartet of top-flight matches tooGary O’Neil conceded his decision to start Pedro Neto against Fulham backfired, with the Portuguese winger set to miss Wolves’ date with Coventry on Saturday after aggravating a hamstring problem. Jean-Ricner Bellegarde is also a doubt with a knee injury sustained in the same game, so opportunities could arise for those on the periphery. Nathan Fraser, the 19-year-old forward, made his full debut last time out. Noha Lemina, the 18-year-old brother of midfielder Mario who was on the bench against Fulham, could get his first minutes in old gold while the 18-year-old striker Leon Chiwome – tipped for a bright future last year in our Next Generation series – is another untried option. The 20-year-old midfielder Tawanda Chirewa could also feature but O’Neil, with last week’s big calls fresh in the memory, will be careful not to be too bold given what is at stake. Ben FisherWolves v Coventry, FA Cup, Saturday 12.15pm (all times GMT)Burnley v Brentford, Premier League, Saturday 3pmLuton v Nottingham Forest, Premier League, Saturday 3pmFulham v Tottenham, Premier League, Saturday 5.30pmManchester City v Newcastle, FA Cup, Saturday 5.30pmChelsea v Leicester City, FA Cup, Sunday 12.45pm Continue reading…