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Saturday, January 21

Bournemouth (17) v Nottm Forest (13)

Bournemouth will be without Lewis Cook, who is set to be out for a few weeks with a knee injury and joins Dominic Solanke, Marcus Tavernier and David Brooks on the sidelines. However, new signing Dango Ouattara could feature for the Cherries.

Wayne Hennessey will play in goal for Forest, with Dean Henderson ruled out for five weeks with a thigh injury. Ryan Yates (head) is fit but Willy Boly, Taiwo Awoniyi, Jesse Lingard, Cheikhou Kouyate, Moussa Niakhate and Omar Richards miss out.

Last season: No corresponding fixture

Last five league matches: Bournemouth W L L L L; Nottm Forest W L D W W

Top scorers (all competitions): Philip Billing, Kieffer Moore & Dominic Solanke (Bournemouth) 4; Brennan Johnson (Nottm Forest) 6

Match odds: H 17-10 A 17-10 D 21-10

Referee: Andrew Madley (West Yorkshire)

Crystal Palace (12) v Newcastle (4)

Joachim Andersen will not feature for Palace, the defender is expected to miss several weeks with a calf injury sustained in the 1-0 loss to Chelsea. Long-term absentees James McArthur and Nathan Ferguson remain sidelined and set for at least a few weeks out, although Ferguson has begun to train with the team.

Eddie Howe is unsure when Bruno Guimaraes will return after the Brazilian picked up an ankle injury against Fulham – but the Magpies boss hopes the injury is not long-term. Howe added there were “a few knocks” picked up but confirmed there were no other fresh injury concerns for his team.

Last season: Newcastle 1 Crystal Palace 0, Crystal Palace 1 Newcastle 1

Last five league matches: Crystal Palace L W L L D; Newcastle W W D D W

Top scorers (all competitions): Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) 6; Miguel Almiron (Newcastle) 9

Match odds: H 17-5 A 17-20 D 12-5

Referee: Craig Pawson (South Yorkshire)

Leicester (15) v Brighton (7)

James Maddison could be available for Leicester. The forward has been out since returning from the World Cup with a knee injury but is back in training. Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall (glute) is available but Ayoze Perez (muscle) is a doubt and Ricardo Pereira, James Justin and Boubakary Soumare are out.

Brighton will be without Leandro Trossard after the Belgian forward signed for Arsenal on Friday afternoon. Another Seagulls absentee is on-loan Chelsea defender Levi Colwill, who has a muscular problem.

Last season: Leicester 1 Brighton 1, Brighton 2 Leicester 1

Last five league matches: Leicester W L L L L; Brighton L W L W W

Top scorers (all competitions): James Maddison (Leicester) 7; Pascal Gross & Alexis Mac Allister (Brighton) 7

Match odds: H 5-2 A 21-20 D 5-2

Referee: Thomas Bramall (Sheffield)

Liverpool (9) v Chelsea (10)

Liverpool forward Darwin Nunez is expected to be available for selection after missing the last two matches with a muscle problem. The likes of Mohamed Salah, Jordan Henderson, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson will return after being rested for the midweek FA Cup replay win over Wolves.

Chelsea winger Mykhailo Mudryk is set to make his debut but Joao Felix is suspended. Ben Chilwell (thigh) and Reece James (knee) are training again but will not be involved and N’Golo Kante, Raheem Sterling, Edouard Mendy, Denis Zakaria, Christian Pulisic, Wesley Fofana and Armando Broja also remain out.

Last season: Chelsea 2 Liverpool 2, Liverpool 1 Chelsea 1

Last five league matches: Liverpool W W W L L; Chelsea W D L L W

Top scorers (all competitions): Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) 17; David Fofana (Chelsea) 11

Match odds: H 5-6 A 3-1 D 11-4

Referee: Michael Oliver (Northumberland)

Southampton (20) v Aston Villa (11)

Saints could hand a first start to midfielder Charly Alcaraz. Armel Bella-Kotchap and Stuart Armstrong have been out with fitness issues and Juan Larios (groin) and Tino Livramento (ACL) continue their rehabilitation but Theo Walcott (calf) and Alex McCarthy (foot) are closing in on returns.

Villa have Ludwig Augustinsson, Matty Cash and Ollie Watkins available for this match. Lucas Digne (shoulder) is out injured, along with Diego Carlos (Achilles) and John McGinn (hamstring).

Last season: Aston Villa 4 Southampton 0, Southampton 1 Aston Villa 0

Last five league matches: Southampton L L L L W; Aston Villa W L W D W

Top scorers (all competitions): Che Adams (Southampton) 8; Leon Bailey (Aston Villa) 5

Match odds: H 9-5 A 6-4 D 23-10

Referee: Michael Salisbury (Lancashire)

West Ham (18) v Everton (19)

Danny Ings is in line for an immediate West Ham debut after joining from Aston Villa on Friday. Fellow striker Gianluca Scamacca is out with a knee injury but defender Kurt Zouma returnes after knee surgery.

Everton midfielder James Garner is still a couple of weeks away from recovering from a back injury. Right-back Nathan Patterson (knee) is not expected to return until mid-February so manager Frank Lampard will select from the same squad which lost to Southampton.

Last season: West Ham 2 Everton 1, Everton 0 West Ham 1

Last five league matches: West Ham L L L D L; Everton L L D L L

Top scorers (all competitions): Danny Ings (West Ham) 7; Ellis Simms (Everton) 7

Match odds: H 4-5 A 15-4 D 5-2

Referee: Stuart Attwell (Warwickshire)

Sunday, January 22

Arsenal (1) v Man Utd (3)

Leandro Trossard could make his Arsenal debut having trained with his new team-mates on Friday following his move from Brighton. Gabriel Jesus is still out with a knee injury and Reiss Nelson’s thigh issue keeps him sidelined but Mohamed Elneny could return to the squad after a minor knock.

Casemiro serves a one-match ban for United. Anthony Martial and Diogo Dalot need assessing before the game in north London, where Jadon Sancho is unlikely to feature despite returning to team training.

Last season: Arsenal 3 Man Utd 1, Man Utd 3 Arsenal 2

Last five league matches: Arsenal W W W D W; Man Utd W W W W D

Top scorers (all competitions): Martin Odegaard (Arsenal) 8; Marcus Rashford (Man Utd) 16

Match odds: H 17-20 A 3-1 D 27-10

Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)

Leeds (14) v Brentford (8)

Leeds’ club record signing Georginio Rutter is in the squad – the France Under-21 striker joined from Hoffenheim for a reported fee which could rise to £36million. He will be joined in the squad by skipper Liam Cooper, who has recovered from a knee injury, but Crysencio Summerville (ankle) is out.

Bees full-back Rico Henry is expected to be available after a minor calf issue. Aaron Hickey is rated as ‘touch-and-go’ to make the squad as he continues to recover from an ankle problem. Pontus Jansson (hamstring) will not face his old club and Shandon Baptiste (groin) and Frank Onyeka (hamstring) are out.

Last season: Brentford 1 Leeds 2, Leeds 2 Brentford 2

Last five league matches: Leeds L L D D L; Brentford W D W W W

Top scorers (all competitions): Rodrigo (Leeds) 12; Ivan Toney (Brentford) 14

Match odds: H 11-8 A 9-5 D 5-2

Referee: Peter Bankes (Merseyside)

Man City (2) v Wolves (16)

City have a fully-fit squad following the returns of defenders Ruben Dias and John Stones to action after injury lay-offs this week. Kevin De Bruyne could come back into the side after being left on the bench against Tottenham.

Wolves are expected to travel with an unchanged squad. Boubacar Traore, Pedro Neto and Sasa Kalajdzic remain out and Craig Dawson’s imminent arrival from West Ham was not completed in time for him to feature.

Last season: Wolves 1 Man City 5, Man City 1 Wolves 0

Last five league matches: Man City L W D W L; Wolves L W L D W

Top scorers (all competitions): Erling Haaland (Man City) 27; Daniel Podence (Wolves) 5

Match odds: H 2-11 A 14-1 D 6-1

Referee: David Coote (Nottinghamshire)

Monday, January 23

Fulham (6) v Tottenham (5)

Fulham will have Antonee Robinson back from suspension – he served a one-match ban against Newcastle after picking up five yellow cards. Only Neeskens Kebano remains on the injury list for manager Marco Silva.

Spurs will check on the fitness of Rodrigo Bentancur after he made his return from a hamstring injury at Manchester City. The midfielder is expected to be fit to feature but Lucas Moura remains sidelined with an Achilles injury.

Last season: No corresponding fixture

Last five league matches: Fulham W W W W L; Tottenham W D L W L

Top scorers: Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) 11; Harry Kane (Tottenham) 17

Match odds: H 21-10 A 6-5 D 13-5

Referee: Paul Tierney (Lancashire)