Aston Villa v Newcastle
Czech Republic striker Libor Kozak could make his Aston Villa debut after he joined just before the recent transfer deadline. Defenders Nathan Baker and Antonio Luna could feature after recent knocks but Charles N'Zogbia remains a long-term absentee with an Achilles injury.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has been handed a major boost as Yohan Cabaye could return to the starting line-up after his proposed move to Arsenal failed to materialise. Loan signing Loic Remy could get the nod. Central defender Steven Taylor is available after completing his three-match ban, while Cheick Tiote has recovered from a groin injury, but Jonas Gutierrez (knee) and Gabriel Obertan (hamstring) are likely to miss out despite returning to training.
Last season: Aston Villa 1 Newcastle 2, Newcastle 1 Aston Villa 1
Last five league matches: Aston Villa L D W L L; Newcastle W L L D W
Top scorers (all competitions): Christian Benteke (Aston Villa) 4; Sammy Ameobi, Shola Ameobi & Hatem Ben Arfa (Newcastle) 1
Referee: Mike Dean (Wirral)
Everton v Chelsea
Everton could give debuts to deadline-day midfield signings James McCarthy and Gareth Barry against Chelsea but on-loan striker Romelu Lukaku cannot play against his parent club. McCarthy did suffer a slight knock on international duty for the Republic of Ireland, as did right-back Seamus Coleman, but both are in contention to play. Midfielder Darron Gibson (knee) and defender Antolin Alcaraz (hernia) are not yet ready to return but both are back in training.
Samuel Eto'o is set to make his debut for Chelsea against Everton at Goodison Park. The 32-year-old former Cameroon international striker, who signed from Anzhi Makhachkala in the summer transfer window, is likely to start from the bench and Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said: "He will be selected and when you are selected as a striker you play - you start or finish the game. It is the area where I make more changes during the match."
Last season: Chelsea 2 Everton 1, Everton 1 Chelsea 2
Last five league matches: Everton W L D D D; Chelsea W W W W D
Top scorers (all competitions): Ross Barkley, Seamus Coleman & Gerard Deulofeu (Everton) 1; Samuel Eto'o, Eden Hazard, Branislav Ivanovic, Frank Lampard, Oscar & Fernando Torres (Chelsea) 1
Referee: Howard Webb
Fulham v West Brom
Darren Bent will miss Fulham's Barclays Premier League home meeting with West Brom due to a tight hamstring. Manager Martin Jol is hopeful he will be back in training next week. Defenders Matthew Briggs (hip) and Aaron Hughes (thigh) have also joined goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg (shoulder) on the sidelines but Kieran Richardson returns to the squad following a hamstring problem. Deadline day signing Elsad Zverotic is fit and available for selection after completing his move from Young Boys.
West Brom head coach Steve Clarke may field his three transfer deadline day signings Stephane Sessegnon, Victor Anichebe and Morgan Amalfitano. The game may come too soon for Anichebe, who lacks match fitness, but fellow forward Sessegnon and midfielder Amalfitano have a good chance of starting. Midfielder James Morrison (groin) is a doubt while goalkeeper Ben Foster (foot) and striker Matej Vydra (hamstring) are definitely missing. Steven Reid, Zoltan Gera and George Thorne are still working their way back to full fitness.
Last season: West Brom 1 Fulham 2, Fulham 3 West Brom 0
Last five league matches: Fulham L W W L L; West Brom L D L D L
Top scorers (all competitions): Darren Bent, Pajtim Kasami, Hugo Rodallega & Adel Taarabt (Fulham) 1; Saido Berahino (West Brom) 3
Referee: Lee Probert (Wiltshire)
Hull v Cardiff
Hull manager Steve Bruce has a doubt over goalkeeper Allan McGregor after he missed Scotland's World Cup qualifiers with a groin problem, but Sone Aluko (hamstring) should be fine. Maynor Figueroa was the last member of the club's international players to return, having represented Honduras, but loan signing Gedo has yet to receive his visa.
Cardiff goalkeeper David Marshall is a doubt after he suffered a hip injury while on international duty with Scotland, and manager Malky Mackay will turn to back-up Joe Lewis should Marshall not recover in time to play a part at the KC Stadium. Peter Odemwingie could be in line for his Bluebirds debut following his transfer deadline day move from West Brom, and is likely to be named among the substitutes.
Last season: No corresponding fixture
Last five league matches: Hull L D L W L; Cardiff D D L W D
Top scorers (all competitions): Robbie Brady (Hull) 2; Fraizer Campbell (Cardiff) 2
Referee: Robert Madley (West Yorkshire)
Manchester United v Crystal Palace
New signing Marouane Fellaini is named in the Manchester United squad for the first time ahead of tomorrow's Premier League clash with Crystal Palace. The £27.5million man widens David Moyes' midfield options, although the Red Devils are likely to be without Wayne Rooney (head), Phil Jones (ankle) and Rafael (hamstring).
Jonny Williams and Jack Hunt are out for Palace and face months on the sidelines. Academy graduate Williams suffered ankle ligament damage on international duty with Wales and new signing Hunt broke his ankle in training, while there are a couple other knocks manager Ian Holloway was not willing to divulge before the match. Late acquisitions Adrian Mariappa, Barry Bannan, Cameron Jerome, Jimmy Kebe and Adlene Guedioura will be hoping to make their first appearances for Palace. Aaron Wilbraham, Owen Garvan, Stephen Dobbie and Florian Marange will not feature after being left out of the 25-man squad.
Last season: No corresponding fixture
Last five league matches: Man Utd W D W D L; Crystal Palace D W L L W
Top scorers (all competitions): Robin van Persie (Man Utd) 4; Marouane Chamakh, Danny Gabbidon, Owen Garvan, Dwight Gayle & Stuart O'Keefe (Crystal Palace) 1
Referee: Jon Moss
Tottenham v Norwich
New signings Christian Eriksen and Erik Lamela look set to make their first starts for Tottenham. Midfielders Etienne Capoue (ankle) and Aaron Lennon (foot) are out and Vlad Chiriches is also unavailable as Spurs are still to get a work permit for the Romanian defender. Gylfi Sigurdsson (leg) is a minor doubt and striker Emmanuel Adebayor will not feature as he has been given permission to remain on leave in Togo until Monday for personal reasons.
Striker Gary Hooper came through training this week and could make his debut in the Norwich squad after recovering from a shin problem. Defender Ryan Bennett is fit again after needing stitches in a gashed left knee. Midfielder Elliott Bennett, meanwhile, is recovering from surgery on a cruciate ligament injury.
Last season: Norwich 1 Spurs 1, Spurs 1 Norwich 1
Last five league matches: Spurs W W W W L; Norwich W W D L W
Top scorers (all competitions): Roberto Soldado (Spurs) 4; & Johan Elmander & Steven Whittaker (Norwich) 2
Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)
Stoke v Manchester City
Stoke boss Mark Hughes has delivered promising news on the availability of a number of his players on the eve of the Barclays Premier League visit of Manchester City. Kenwyne Jones, Glenn Whelan and Jonathan Walters picked up knocks during the recent World Cup qualifiers and international friendlies - but Hughes has confirmed that all three are in contention to feature against his former club. Deadline-day acquisitions Marko Arnautovic and Stephen Ireland could feature, with Marc Muniesa (groin) the only definite absentee.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany (groin) and playmaker David Silva (thigh) will miss this weekend's Barclays Premier League trip to Stoke. Left-back Gael Clichy has also been ruled out with a minor knock while fellow defenders Micah Richards (hamstring) and Martin Demichelis (knee) are sidelined. Striker Stevan Jovetic's involvement for Montenegro during the recent international break was curtailed by a hamstring problem but he is in contention to make his debut.
Last season: Man City 3 Stoke 0, Stoke 1 Man City 1
Last five league matches: Stoke L D L W W; Man City W L W L W
Top scorers (all competitions): Kenwyne Jones (Stoke) 3; Alvaro Negredo & Yaya Toure (Man City) 2
Referee: Mark Clattenburg (Tyne & Wear)
Sunderland v Arsenal
Fabio Borini and Steven Fletcher are set to link up in a new-look Sunderland attack. New boy Borini will be handed his debut against Arsenal while Fletcher is also pushing for his first start of the season after getting off the bench to score at Crystal Palace two weeks ago. Jack Colback is expected to keep his place at left-back over Andrea Dossena, while John O'Shea is suspended after his sending-off against the Eagles.
Record signing Mesut Ozil could make his Arsenal debut but midfielder Tomas Rosicky (thigh) is out following injury on international duty as is France Under-21 forward Yaya Sanogo (back). England duo Theo Walcott and Jack Wilshere are expected to feature along with Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey. Thomas Vermaelen (back) has returned to full training and could be included in the squad. Midfielder Mikel Arteta (thigh) continues his rehabilitation while forward Lukas Podolski (hamstring) is a longer-term absentee as are midfielders Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Abou Diaby (both knee).
Last season: Sunderland 0 Arsenal 1, Arsenal 0 Sunderland 0
Last five league matches: Sunderland D L L D L; Arsenal W W L W W
Top scorers (all competitions): Connor Wickham (Sunderland) 2; Olivier Giroud (Arsenal) 4
Referee: Martin Atkinson
Sunday, September 15
Southampton v West Ham
Southampton left-back Danny Fox is the only doubt for Sunday's Barclays Premier League clash with West Ham. The 27-year-old twisted his ankle during training on Wednesday and will be assessed ahead of the match at St Mary's. Saints manager Mauricio Pochettino said international players - including Rickie Lambert, Dani Osvaldo and Gaston Ramirez - returned in "perfect condition".
West Ham will be without Andy Carroll after the England forward suffered a foot injury on his comeback from an Achilles problem. New signing Mladen Petric is not yet match fit, so Mali frontman Modibo Maiga is set to continue to lead the attack. Midfielder Joe Cole (hamstring), Stuart Downing (leg) and George McCartney (knee) remain sidelined, while Alou Diarra (knee) is a long-term absentee.
Last season: Southampton 1 West Ham 1, West Ham 4 Southampton 1
Last five league matches: Southampton D D W D L; West Ham L W W D L
Top scorers (all competitions): Steven Davis (Southampton) 2; Joe Cole, Ravel Morrison, Kevin Nolan & Ricardo Vaz Te (West Ham) 1
Referee: Andre Marriner
Monday, September 16
Swansea v Liverpool
Swansea manager Michael Laudrup has an almost fully-fit squad to choose from with full-back Neil Taylor the only definite absentee with a thigh injury. Deadline-day signing Alvaro Vazquez could be handed the chance to make his Swansea debut in attack, while midfielder Jonjo Shelvey has overcome the thigh problem that kept him out of England Under-21 action.
In-form Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is likely be fit despite missing England's two World Cup qualifiers with a thigh problem. New signings Mamadou Sakho and Victor Moses are set for their first involvement in the squad after signing late in the transfer window. Right-back Glen Johnson is sidelined for four to five weeks with an ankle injury so Andre Wisdom is set to deputise.
Last season: Liverpool 5 Swansea 0, Swansea 0 Liverpool 0
Last five league matches: Swansea L L L L W; Liverpool W W W W W
Top scorers (all competitions): Wilfried Bony (Swansea) 3; Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool) 5
Referee: Michael Oliver (Northumberland)