Match of the Day - 2008/2009 - 29/10/2008
Gary Lineker presents highlights of the day's eight matches in the Barclays Premier League. At the Emirates, Arsenal take on Tottenham in the 143rd North London league derby. The Gunners have gone nine years and 20 league games without defeat against their local rivals. However, Spurs did get the better of Arsene Wenger's side in the League Cup last season.
At the KC Stadium, newcomers Hull City look to cause an upset against an all-star Chelsea side. Under the stewardship of Luiz Felipe Scolari, Chelsea have produced some scintillating football with the likes of Joe Cole, Frank Lampard and Deco revelling in a more attacking approach. However, the Tigers have already beaten one of the 'Big Four' this season, taking maximum points at the Emirates in a shock 2-1 win at Arsenal. Will Phil Brown's side enjoy capital gains against London opposition once again?
Former Chelsea favourite Gianfranco Zola, now in charge of West Ham, takes his side to Old Trafford to play Manchester United. The Italian, still a managerial novice, pits his wits against Sir Alex Ferguson, the longest-serving boss in British football. Portsmouth head to Liverpool looking for their first win at Anfield since 1951. Harry Redknapp's side did take maximum points on Merseyside earlier this season, running out convincing winners against Everton. Elsewhere, Aston Villa take on Blackburn, Fulham host Wigan, Manchester City visit Middlesbrough and Sunderland visit Stoke. There's also a chance to see the goals from yesterday's two games.