Southampton: Matt Targett is set to miss the game with Manchester United as he struggles to shake off the ankle injury he picked up playing for the U23s on Monday, but otherwise the Saints have a clean bill of health. Meanwhile, Mauricio Pellegrino will make a late decision on Virgil van Dijk's involvement: "We’ll decide tomorrow, but every single week he is important because he is getting better." Charlie Austin has returned to full training and should be included in the match day squad. Burnley: Jonathan Walters is unlikely to feature this weekend due to a knee injury but Ashley Westwood, who limped off with cramp during the dying moments of Tuesdays cup game, is available for selection. Anders Lindegaard has been added to the Clarets squad as cover for Tom Heaton who recently underwent shoulder surgery: "He's spoken to us of his desire to work hard and we welcome him to the club." Dean Marney is progressing but is still at least a month or two away while summer signing Nakhi Wells [ankle surgery] could be back within the next 1-2 weeks. Arsenal: Calum Chambers came off [against Doncaster] and will now be out until after the international break: "He has a little recurrence of his hip problem." Theo Walcott "had a kick behind his knee" but Arsene Wenger is confident the Arsenal attacker will be available "we will check today, we don’t think it is much." Jack Wilshere is pushing for his inclusion following his first start of the campaign and Mesut Ozil will rejoin the group on Friday having recovered from knee inflammation. Danny Welbeck's groin injury is expected to keep him out until mid-October: "He will be back, his target is Watford. That means after the international break. He won’t be available for England."
Huddersfield Town: David Wagner has played down his growing casualty list after Danny Williams became the latest addition to the Terriers treatment room. Tests on Wednesday confirmed the former Reading midfielder fractured a bone in his foot in the draw with against Leicester: "We have a specialist appointment [on Friday] when we will get some information on how long he will be out." Steve Mounie remains sidelined after missing the last two games due to a heel problem, although he will "probably be ready for the next home game." Collin Quaner is pencilled in for a return after the international break while both Laurent Depoitre and Rajiv van La Parra will be checked before the trip to Turf Moor due to minor muscle strains. On-loan Chelsea midfielder Kasey Palmer is ruled out long term due to a hamstring problem but Martin Cranie and Jonathan Hogg are available following their return in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday.
Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp will check on the fitness of Dejan Lovren, Joel Matip and Emre Can who are all doubts ahead of the clash with Leicester City. Lovren has missed Liverpool's last two outings due to a back issue, although the injury is "nothing major" but he is not training currently "so that means he is also a doubt, which is not too cool." Matip and Can sustained knocks against Burnley last Saturday and the pair "have little bits from the last game [so] we have to see if they can be back in training today or tomorrow, but it’s not sure at the moment." Adam Lallana took another important step in his rehabilitation on Thursday by running outside at Melwood for the first time since sustaining a thigh injury. Watford: Sebastian Prödl is progressing quicker than expected: "He is at the [first] stage of field rehab and will [be] re-integrating with the team [soon]." Kaboul is also receiving treatment to try and rectify a hamstring problem: "Younès has had his follow-up ultrasound scan with a specialist [who] determined that surgery is not required," confirmed Performance Director Gavin Benjafield. "His rehab work, which will be extensive, has already begun at the training ground." Tommie Hoban [ACL] and Craig Cathcart [knee surgery] remain long-term absentees while Miguel Britos serves the final game of his three-game ban. West Ham United: Pedro Obiang completed 90 minutes at West Brom last weekend, however the Spanish midfielder missed the Carabao Cup tie against Bolton on Tuesday after picking up an injury: "It’s nothing major or big, but he won’t play on Saturday. He won’t be in the squad. Hopefully he’ll be ready for Swansea but that’s basically it to be fair." Manuel Lanzini has started training with the team again but Saturday "is way too early" for the Argentine. James Collins ankle injury is not as bad as first feared and the defender should be back in October while Fernandes is struggling to shake off an ankle problem and could miss out again. Mark Noble is back in contention after overcoming a minor knee issue and Marko Arnautovic is pushing for his first Premier League start since returning from suspension. Brighton and Hove Albion: Chris Hughton confirms he'll make a decision on Chelsea loanee Isaiah Brown who has recovered from the hamstring strain he suffered on the opening weekend. Glenn Murray is available after he was rested midweek but Steve Sidwell [back], Beram Kayal [broken leg] and Sam Baldock [calf surgery] all remain sidelined. Bruno Saltor is "fine" after missing the last two games: "He's trained this week. We knew [back injury] wasn't a massive issue, but it was right to keep him out at Bournemouth." Everton: Ronald Koeman hopes James McCarthy will be ready to figure in first-term training next week following the midfielder's recent layoff due to a knee problem. The Dutchman also reported that Yannick Bolasie and Seamus Coleman were "heading in the right direction" and could play again this year. It was thought that the pair would be out until 2018 but it now looks like a return in November is possible. Oumar Niasse comes into contention following his goal scoring cameo against Sunderland: "He was and is in my thinking," said Koeman. Swansea City: Ki returned to training on Thursday after knee surgery in the summer: "It’s too soon for him to be involved in the matchday squad, but it’s very positive to see him back. We will see how he goes in training, but he is aiming to play for the under-23s against Celtic (on September 30)." Dyer is also closing in on a return having ruptured his Achilles against Leicester back in February: "He will have his first minutes against Manchester City, and that’s great having been out for so long,” said Swans boss Clement. Bony may get a start against Watford after playing well in the Carabao Cup win at Reading: “He is one I am thinking about. I will decide late on that one. I was pleased with his physical output. His fitness is good and he is definitely under consideration." Sanches is improving week-by-week: "He has made steps in each of his performances. I see him moving in one direction and that’s getting better."