Gary Lineker presents highlights from the Premier League. Tottenham have not beaten Arsenal in the league this century, but with Spurs a resurgent force under Harry Redknapp, their fans will hope to have the upper hand in the north London derby. Manchester United host Blackburn in the evening kick-off, having put nine goals past Rovers in three league and cup meetings last season. Liverpool will look for their third consecutive win at Craven Cottage after clinching victory there with an injury-time winner from Yossi Benayoun the previous season. Bolton scored three second-half goals at Stamford Bridge in their previous meeting with Chelsea - unfortunately the Blues were already 4-0 up. Will the Trotters be luckier with home advantage? Everton and Aston Villa met three times in league and cup in the 2008/09 season, producing 15 goals, which bodes well for neutrals watching the clash at Goodison Park. Wigan did the double over Portsmouth too: at Fratton Park, Emile Heskey's injury time winner - his 100th Premier League goal - secured a 2-1 victory. Hull travel across the M62 to Burnley, while Sunderland host West Ham, and Wolves make the short journey up to Stoke.