NORWICH CITY: Krul will miss the match after suffering a shoulder injury during the final moments of the Everton game. "Tim is out. He hurt [his] AC joint. He went to see a consultant [Thursday], so I am waiting for the feedback from our medical staff to give me some time on it." Angus Gunn is set to deputise. "He was disappointed with the results that we had in the two games that he played in [previously], and he's been working hard to get that opportunity again. It has presented itself now with Tim getting injured and he knows he has to play well." Kenny McLean is back in contention after COVID. Max Aarons and Brandon Williams are also fine and ready to play, while Christoph Zimmermann will feature for the Under-23s on Friday evening. Billy Gilmour, Mathias Normann, Lukas Rupp and Andrew Omobamidele "should all be back for Wolves in the FA Cup" next month.
SOUTHAMPTON: Tino Livramento and Will Smallbone, knee and calf, are not training with the team, but everyone else is working normally, although Theo Walcott and Mohamed Elyounoussi are getting back to full fitness following COVID. Ralph Hasenhuttl reveals Alex McCarthy is still out "and not available at the moment" due to the hamstring injury he suffered in early December. The goalkeepers initial timeline was 3-4 weeks... however, we're already at six, and he will not return before February. LEEDS UNITED: Marcelo Bielsa confirms Adam Forshaw and Junior Firpo have "muscular" issues, while Patrick Bamford has sustained a "new injury" to the bottom of his foot. All three players will miss the visit of Newcastle on Saturday. However, there was better news regarding Tyler Roberts and Joe Gelhardt, who have returned ahead of schedule. Diego Llorente is back after serving his one-match ban at West Ham.