A round-up of the team news for every Premier League match taking place this weekend.
Saturday, November 3
Table position in brackets, match odds via Sky Bet and kick-off 3pm unless stated...
AFC Bournemouth (6) v Man Utd (8) (12:30 KO)
- Bournemouth captain Simon Francis is a doubt for the home game against Manchester United with a slight groin problem. Joshua King has missed the last two games with an ankle injury and will not be ready to return against his former club.
- Antonio Valencia (knee), Marouane Fellaini and Diogo Dalot remain absent as Manchester United travel to Bournemouth this weekend. United captain Valencia has been absent for a month while Fellaini and Dalot remain out with injuries sustained during the international break. Jesse Lingard and Alexis Sanchez are back to full fitness.
Referee: Paul Tierney (Lancashire)
Cardiff (17) v Leicester (12)
- Cardiff welcome back Harry Arter after he recovered from an ankle injury. Jazz Richards is out with a knock picked up in training. Joe Ralls completes a three-match ban.
- Daniel Amartey will miss the trip after he suffered a serious ankle injury during the home draw with West Ham last weekend and he is set to be sidelined for around four months after undergoing surgery. Captain Wes Morgan is available again after serving a ban while Matty James resumed training this week after a long-term Achilles problem.
Referee: Lee Probert (Wiltshire)
Everton (9) v Brighton (11)
- Everton defenders Phil Jagielka and Jonjoe Kenny will both miss out. The pair are carrying minor injuries but manager Marco Silva expects both to resume training next week. Winger Ademola Lookman is pushing for his first Premier League start of the season.
- Brighton remain without Davy Propper and Pascal Gross. Both are short of fitness following ankle injuries, with the influential Gross having been out since September 1. The club are confident both will be available after the international break.
Referee: David Coote (Nottinghamshire)
Newcastle (19) v Watford (7)
- Newcastle defender Ciaran Clark will miss out. The Republic of Ireland international, who had earlier recovered from a thigh injury, was laid low by a bug earlier this week and although he has returned to training, he is not in the squad. Fellow defender Florian Lejeune (cruciate ligament) remains the only senior casualty.
- England midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah is set to return to the Watford squad from a minor knee problem. Forward Troy Deeney (hamstring) remains a doubt while defenders Sebastian Prodl (leg) and Daryl Janmaat (knee) are also still sidelined, along with midfielder Tom Cleverley (Achilles).
Referee: Craig Pawson (South Yorkshire)
West Ham (13) v Burnley (15)
- West Ham remain without suspended skipper Mark Noble and will give left-back Aaron Cresswell a late fitness test on a groin problem. Jack Wilshere and Andy Carroll (both ankle) are due back after the international break but Andriy Yarmolenko, Carlos Sanchez, Manuel Lanzini and Winston Reid are long-term absentees.
- Aaron Lennon is available for Burnley while Jack Cork faces a late fitness test. Winger Lennon has recovered from the sickness bug that ruled him out of last Sunday's 4-0 loss to Chelsea, a game that saw midfielder Cork come off with an ankle problem. Defender Ben Gibson (hernia), Stephen Ward (knee) and goalkeeper Nick Pope (shoulder) are out.
Referee: Roger East (Wiltshire)
Arsenal (4) v Liverpool (2) (17:30 KO)
- Unai Emery could be unable to call upon a host of defenders. Hector Bellerin (thigh) is being assessed alongside fellow full-backs Nacho Monreal and Sead Kolasinac (both hamstring) and Sokratis Papastathopoulos (ankle). Matteo Guendouzi is suspended and Mohamed Elneny (thigh) is also missing.
- Liverpool midfielders Naby Keita and Jordan Henderson will not be available. Both are only scheduled to return to training over the next couple of days after hamstring injuries but could come into contention next weekend. Andy Robertson is set to return at left-back after being rested last weekend.
Referee: Andre Marriner (West Midlands)
Wolves (10) v Tottenham (5) (19:45 KO)
- Diogo Jota is sidelined for Wolves due to a minor problem, although boss Nuno Espirito Santo refused to reveal the exact issue. Jota was a substitute in last week's 1-0 defeat to Brighton, meaning Wolves may yet be unchanged.
- Tottenham will be without Eric Dier and Danny Rose. The England pair have respective thigh and groin injuries and will not play before the international break. Victor Wanyama (knee) and Jan Vertonghen (hamstring) continue to miss out.
Referee: Mike Dean (Wirral)
Sunday, November 4
Man City (1) v Southampton (16) (15:00 kick-off)
- Champions Manchester City are without midfielder Kevin De Bruyne. The Belgium playmaker suffered knee ligament damage in Thursday's Carabao Cup win over Fulham and could be out for up to six weeks. Defender Nicolas Otamendi is out with a tendon problem but midfielder Ilkay Gundogan is close to returning after a hamstring injury.
- Southampton expect to have Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg available after the Danish midfielder resumed full training after missing the goalless draw with Newcastle through illness. Saints boss Mark Hughes otherwise reported no fresh injury problems.
Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)
Chelsea (3) v Crystal Palace (14) (16:00 KO)
- Eden Hazard should be fit to play some part. The Belgium forward has been struggling with a back injury, but took part in full Chelsea training for the first time in two weeks on Thursday.
- Crystal Palace have James McArthur, Wilfried Zaha and Cheikhou Kouyate available following knocks. Their availability comes with Connor Wickham having been ruled out with a thigh strain, the same injury that means Joel Ward also misses out. Wickham's absence means they again have few options up front, with Christian Benteke continuing his recovery from knee surgery.
Referee: Michael Oliver (Northumberland)
Monday, November 5
Huddersfield (20) v Fulham (18) (2000 KO)
- Terence Kongolo is among the players who could return to action for Huddersfield. Terriers boss David Wagner has said it looks as if the only man in his squad not in contention for Monday's contest is midfielder Danny Williams (knee).
- Fulham midfielder Kevin McDonald will return to contention. McDonald missed Thursday's Carabao Cup defeat to Manchester City due to suspension after being sent off against Bournemouth last weekend. Defender Joe Bryan remains unavailable because of a hamstring injury.
Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)
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Odds correct as of 1930 GMT on 02/11/18