Tottenham: Kane and Alderweireld "are both making good progress" but they are still unavailable for Saturday. Sissoko begins a three-match ban following his elbow on Arter in last weekends' early kick-off.
- Everton: Baines and McCarthy are ruled out of the clash with West Ham. Koeman was "hopeful" last week that left-back would recover in time. McCarthy will miss a few weeks after suffering a setback in training. - Sunderland: "Januzaj trained yesterday and will come in today," confirms Moyes."If we think he's right we may add him to the squad."Denayer has also returned to training but the Arsenal game may come too soon. Cattermole and Kirchhoff are said to be close but neither are ready just yet.
- Southampton: Bertrand will be assessed on Saturday: "We will see tomorrow if he can come back into the squad, " says Puel. Rodriguez will miss out after he was forced off during the win over Sunderland with concussion: "He has stayed with the physio as he had dizziness." Soares has a chance: "[But] there are other players with injuries like Targett, Long, Hesketh, and also McCarthy now." - Chelsea: No change from before the West Ham game in the treatment room. Ivanovic is available but Fabregas will miss out.
- Burnley: Defour is progressing well but is still rated as "touch and go." Boyd has a chance following a return to training on Thursday and Barnes is feeling good following his run out [and goal] for the development side. Ward is declared fit for the trip to Old Trafford. - Man City: "The injuries are getting better but I cannot answer if Zabaleta, Sagna or De Bruyne will play at West Brom." Delph is expected to miss out. Kompany didn’t play the second half in the Manchester derby because he was tired: "We want to keep him safe." The EFL Cup was just three days after Southampton: "So maybe that’s why he was tired. We need to handle the situation until he can play 90 minutes." - Liverpool: "Nobody is ruled out of game against West Brom," said Klopp. Wijnaldum will train fully on Thursday and "is on the way back." Milner has been passed fit. No reaction from Lallana's recent injury following his return as a second half substitute at Anfield on Monday. "He has trained properly and everything is good." Sakho is edging closer to a first team return after completing 90 minutes for the U23s. Gomez is also back with the main group but may consider a loan move to build his fitness after more than a year out through injury. - Watford: Mazzarri is unable to put a timescale on Success' injury: "We’ll be able to be more precise after the international break. It does not look like a slight issue." Janmaat is available for the first time since Sept 18: "It is a matter of deciding whether he will start on the pitch or bench." Saturday will come too soon for Okaka but he could be ready for Liverpool. Kenedy remains on the sidelines along with Craig Cathcart and Brice Dja Djedje. - Middlesbrough: Husband played for the U23s last Friday and he will continue to build fitness alongside Leadbitter who has re-joined the main group in training. - Bournemouth: "Surman has recovered from his illness," says Howe. "We'll have to make a late call on Stanislas." Smith is still out after sustaining a foot injury during the international break and a specialist believes Lewis Cook could return within three months. The young midfield damaged ankle ligaments representing England under-20s, fortunately he does not require surgery. - Crystal Palace: Dann is available following his recovery from a hamstring strain. Pardew confirms Palace have a "slight doubt" over Puncheon who is struggling due to a calf complaint. Remy is expected back in early December but Souare and Benteke won't be back until 2017. - Leicester City: King is fine after picking up a late knock against Palace. Only Chilwell, Mendy and James are not in contention. The latter could he could be involved for the Under-23s on Friday night. Benalouane is closing in on a return to the first team: "He is playing well with the development side. Very soon, if I need, he's ready to play." Ballon d'Or nominee Vardy is over his recent groin problem although Okazaki will be hoping to lead the line again: "He is our dilly-ding dilly-dong! He wakes everyone! He has control of the bell." Ranieri will be looking to "change something" ahead of two very important" matches [vs Tottenham and Copenhagen]. "Let me think."
- West Brom: Evans returns for the Baggies after completing a one match ban. Brunt is in line for his first start since February with Yacob missing out through suspension after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season at Anfield. McClean will face a late fitness test after he had stitches in a leg wound: "We’ve got one or two knocks and niggles that we won’t be sure about tomorrow, but I don’t want to say any names," Pulis said. - Arsenal: Perez will miss between "6-8 weeks" after damaging ankle ligaments during the EFL Cup win over Reading. Wenger says he "is gutted" and was deliberately kicked "the tackle from Gravenberch deserved a red card. Giroud is back and Ramsey will be in the squad: "There are a few uncertainties over Monreal and Cazorla." They will be checked. Walcott is a doubt due to a hamstring problem: "Very minor [he will have] a test today. Should be okay for Tuesday [if he misses the Sunderland game]."
- Stoke City: "We're waiting on Cameron. He's the one doubt," said Hughes. "Unfortunately, he got in a tangle of legs with [one of] Hull players and hyper-extended his knee but we're hopeful that by Saturday or Sunday he'll be back on the grass." Butland was on the training pitch yesterday: "We're just trying to ease him through to make sure there aren't any setbacks. We're [optimistic that he can return] in a matter of weeks, as opposed to months." - Hull City: Diomande has been charged with violent conduct by the Football Association after appearing to strike Marlon Pack during the EFL Cup win over Bristol City. Hull have until 6pm on Friday to respond to the charge and Mike Phelan does not know if the player will be available for the trip to Watford. - Liverpool: "We have a few knocks," confirms Klopp. Milner was ill on Tuesday: "Yesterday he did a running session. We will see how he is today [Friday]." Gomez looks really good in training but after missing more than a year: "There is no rushing it. We don't need to put pressure on him." The 19-year-old will play in a behind-closed- doors game during the international break. Origi will be checked after he limped off against Tottenham because of cramp.