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Back in the day - a nostalgic glance at the weekend's matches
Saturday 3pm - Everton FC v Norwich City - betting odds: Everton 8/13 Draw 14/5 Norwich 5/1 - more bets
Everton FC great Dave Watson will be taking a keen interest in Saturday's game against Norwich.
The former EFC defender played for two clubs during his 21-year professional career - and they meet at Goodison Park this weekend.
Watson was snapped up by Norwich from Liverpool reserves in November 1980 and went on to make 256 appearances for the Canaries, lifting the Milk Cup as captain in 1985.
He would later achieve legendary status with Everton, playing for the Blues for 15 years and making a total of 523 appearances with 38 goals to his name.
NORWICH are without a win in their last four Premier League away games, losing three and drawing one.
Everton have won just two of their seven home ties in the league this season, but the Blues have taken three points in both of Norwich's last two visits to Goodison Park.
Sunday 2.05pm - Aston Villa v Liverpool FC - betting odds: Aston Villa 3/1 Draw 12/5 Liverpool Evens - more bets
Liverpool FC's trip to Aston Villa on Sunday comes exactly 29 years on from a rousing 4-2 victory at Villa Park.
The Reds were sitting top of the old First Division table, three points ahead of Man United, with Aston Villa back in fourth place.
Villa had a near-perfect home record of eight wins and one loss, making the manner of LFC's triumph all the more impressive.
With a blanket of frost covering the pitch on a cold December's day, the Reds took an early lead when David Hodgson pounced on a spilled save from a Sammy Lee free-kick.
The advantage was doubled in bizarre fashion with less than 10 minutes on the clock, when no-one on either side could get a touch on a Kenny Dalglish corner which sailed straight into the net.
Alan Kennedy made it three for the visitors just before the half hour mark before Gary Shaw and Liverpool-born Peter Withe hauled Villa back into the game with a goal each.
Ian Rush sealed the points two minutes from time however, rounding off a vintage Liverpool move by converting from a defence-splitting Kenny Dalglish pass.
THE Reds have a good recent record at Villa Park, losing just one of their last 13 visits and winning seven times during that run.
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