Stoke City will make the trip to Old Trafford where David Moyes' men earned a 1-0 win over Real Sociedad in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
The Red Devils are in eighth place in the Premier League and have lost three of their opening eight league games.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes claims United are vulnerable and can ill afford any missteps should they still hope for a top four finish. However, the Potters have not had the best run as of late, having failed to find the net in their last three matches, losing to Norwich and Fulham and playing West Brom to a goalless draw. more >>
Liverpool will play host to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday when West Brom visit Anfield as the Reds look to keep pace with the clubs at the top of the table.
During the last match week Liverpool were held to a 2-2 draw by 10-man Newcastle and will be looking for a full three points this time around.
Brendan Rodgers' side have won three of their four Premier League games at Anfield so far this season and he will be hoping for another positive result to secure their place in the top three. more >>
Arsenal will travel to Selhurst Park on Saturday looking to earn a full three points and keep their top spot in the Premier League.
The big news surrounding this match was the departure of Ian Holloway, who left Selhurst Park after less than a year in charge on Wednesday, after being blamed for his club's shaky start.
Palace suffered a demoralizing 4-1 loss at home to Fulham on Monday evening which was capped by an amazing goal from Pajtim Kasami. more >>
The Most Rev. Justin Welby, who recently baptized Prince George, said he is free to become a Buddhist if he chooses so later in life, but stressed the relationship he needs to develop with Christ to his parents during the christening.
"He's perfectly entitled to be that and we'll cross that bridge if we ever get to it, who knows?" the Archbishop of Canterbury responded to a question from Channel 4 News about what will happen if one day Prince George decides to become a Buddhist.
"That's going to be a very long time in the future," he added. "We have a hugely multicultural society which is one of the fun bits of society. I find this the most intriguing and fascinating society to live in." more >>
Children in primary school should begin learning about religious beliefs, the Religious Education Council for England and Wales has said, responding to recent reports revealing that less than half of schools in England present adequate religious education.
The October 2013 study, titled "A Curriculum Framework for Religious Education in England," comes in response to a report published by Ofsted, the U.K.'s official body for inspecting schools, which revealed that religious education is being "squeezed out" and that schools have a confused "sense of purpose" when it comes to offering religious education.
"At its best, religious education encourages children and young people to extend their natural curiosity and prepares them for life in modern society," said Michael Cladingbowl, Ofsted's director of schools. more >>
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called President Barack Obama to demand immediate clarification on whether the U.S. government has been monitoring her phone, saying that if proven true, such an offense would be a "grave breach of trust."
"She made clear that she views such practices, if proven true, as completely unacceptable and condemns them unequivocally," a statement by Merkel's spokesman read, Reuters reported.
"Between close friends and partners, as Germany and the U.S. have been for decades, there should not be such monitoring of the communications of a government leader. This would be a grave breach of trust. Such practices should be immediately stopped." more >>