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New Year's Day football live blog



Join us for live updates of the first English Premier League matches in 2013.

Manchester United begin the year 2013 at Wigan Athletic, with Alex Ferguson hoping they can muster enough freshness to keep Manchester City at arm's length.

Fourth-place Tottenham welcome Reading to White Hart Lane. Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, will hope for a more straightforward game at Southampton after seeing his side blunder past Newcastle United 7-3 in their previous match

Follow the action right here for the first time this year and use #SSFootball to leave your comments.

For all the broadcast details, click here. The matches are also available via live streaming

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