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ATP Monte Carlo - Stepanek v Federer

ATP Monte Carlo - Stepanek v Federer

17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer made recent headlines when he decided to take part in this Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters for the first time since 2011. The Swiss No. 2 will begin his campaign in Monaco against Czech No. 2 Radek Stepanek, whom he has already encountered on the tour this season. Stepanek earned his place in the second round of the Monte Carlo Masters with a surprisingly quick straight-sets victory over towering Croat Ivo Karlovic. The world No. 41 rushed to a 3-0 lead in the opening set before closing it out 6-1. Federer won his first title of the year in Dubai, beating Novak Djokovic in a three-set semifinal in the process. He would meet Djokovic a second time at the Indian Wells final, but would lose a close three-set battle.

ATP Monte Carlo - Wawrinka v Cilic

ATP Monte Carlo - Wawrinka v Cilic

World No. 3 Stanislas Wawrinka may have begun his season with his career-best showing at the Australian Open to lift the title in Melbourne, but it has been a turbulent few months ever since. Most recently, the Swiss No. 1 almost cost the Swiss Davis Cup team a chance at the semi-finals, after dropping his opening rubber against Kazakh player Andrey Golubev. World No. 27 Marin Cilic has been a resurgent force in 2014, as he lifted titles in Zagreb and Delray Beach before the end of the first two months of the season. He would follow up by reaching the fourth round at Indian Wells, but would lose in the second round of the Sony Open.

Man City v Sunderland

Man City v Sunderland

In the wake of Sunday's 3-2 defeat away at Liverpool, the Premier League title race is no longer in Manchester City's hands. They have two games in hand on the Merseysiders, one of which will be played against Sunderland, but even if they were to win both, the Citizens would still be one point worse off than the leaders. However, if they are to keep pace with Liverpool with a victory over the Black Cats at the Etihad Stadium, they will have to do so without the services of midfielder Yaya Toure.

Everton v Crystal Palace

Everton v Crystal Palace

The Toffees, under the management of Roberto Martinez, have won their last seven matches - a feat that they have not achieved since they lifted the Division One trophy back in 1987. Next up is a home encounter with Crystal Palace at Goodison Park, which could see Kevin Mirallas and Ross Barkley recalled to the starting lineup, having started the 1-0 victory over Sunderland on Saturday among the substitutes.

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