Kompany will miss Liverpool visit
Arsenal (16) v Bournemouth (18), Emirates Stadium, 3pm (Sky Sports Premier League Ireland)
Arsenal have no new injury concerns - Laurent Koscielny should be fit despite suffering an injury with France and everyone else returned unscathed. Jack Wilshere is unlikely to feature against the Cherries as he continues to work back to full fitness while Santi Cazorla (ankle) will be missing until after Christmas. Bournemouth expect captain Simon Francis to be back in contention after a hamstring problem.
Last five: Arsenal WWWLL; Bournemouth WDLLL
Odds: H 4/11 D 4/1 A 7/1
Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)
Brighton (17) v West Brom (5), AMEX Stadium, 3pm
Brighton strikers Glenn Murray and Tomer Hemed should be fit. Murray (ankle) and Hemed (thigh) are back in training to boost Albion’s attacking options, with Izzy Brown (hamstring) and Sam Baldock (knee) still out but right-back Ezequiel Schelotto can be added to the squad following his deadline-day switch from Sporting Lisbon.
Captain Jonny Evans is available after hamstring trouble for West Brom, whose boss Tony Pulis must decide whether to include new signings Grzegorz Krychowiak and Kieran Gibbs in his squad. Last five: Brighton LDLLD; West Brom LLWWD
Odds: H 8/5 D 19/10 A 2/1
Referee: Chris Kavanagh (Lancashire)
Everton (12) v Tottenham (9), Goodison Park, 3pm
Wayne Rooney will start after a turbulent week in which he was charged with drink-driving. Winger Nikola Vlasic will be part of the squad for the first time since joining on deadline day while striker Oumar Niasse has been recalled to the squad. Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford and midfielder Davy Klaassen have recovered from thigh and foot issues respectively. New signing Serge Aurier is unlikely to start for Spurs but Kieran Trippier has recovered from an ankle issue and should start at right-back. Victor Wanyama and Danny Rose are both out with knee injuries while Erik Lamela is still around a month away from competitive action following a hip problem.
Last five: Everton WLWDL; Tottenham WWWLD
Odds: H 5/2 D 12/5 A 11/10
Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)
Leicester (15) v Chelsea (6), King Power Stadium, 3pm Leicester could include new signing Aleksandar Dragovic in their squad - the defender joined the club on a season-long loan from Bayer Leverkusen. Nampalys Mendy and Danny Drinkwater have departed since the loss to Manchester United, while Robert Huth (ankle) and Vicente Iborra (groin) are training again but this match comes too soon for both. Chelsea can pick from full strength with a clean bill of health following the international break.
Last five: Leicester LDLWL; Chelsea WWLWW
Odds: H 10/3 D 13/5 A 4/5
Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)
Man City (4) v Liverpool (2), Etihad Stadium, 12.30pm (Sky Sports Premier League)
City will be without captain Vincent Kompany after he suffered a calf injury with Belgium. Former Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling is suspended but right-back Kyle Walker is available again after his one-match ban. Midfielder Ilkay Gundogan is back in contention after returning to full training following his long-term knee injury. Playmaker Philippe Coutinho is not in Liverpool’s squad as he is not match-fit. Right-back Nathaniel Clyne is set for an extended spell on the sidelines with a back injury while Adam Lallana (thigh) is still working on his recovery but deadline-day signing Alex Oxladechamberlain will be included.
Last five: Man City WWWDW; Liverpool WWDWW
Odds: H 17/20 D 11/4 A 3/1
Referee: Jon Moss (W Yorkshire)
Southampton (8) v Watford (7), St Mary’s, 3pm
Saints defender Virgil van Dijk has rejoined first-team training after remaining with the club at the end of the transfer window, but is short of match fitness. Fellow Dutchman Wesley Hoedt could make his debut having been an unused substitute in the goalless draw at Huddersfield following his move from Lazio.
Watford could be boosted by the return of Younes Kaboul and Daryl Janmaat. Craig Cathcart and Mauro Zarate (both knee) are unavailable.
Last five: Soton DLDWD; Watford LLDWD
Odds: H 4/6 D 13/5 A 9/2
Referee: Lee Probert (Wiltshire)
Stoke (11) v Man Utd (1), Britannia Stadium, 5.30pm (BT Sport 1)
Stoke skipper Ryan Shawcross misses out with a back injury, so new signing and fellow centre-half Kevin Wimmer could make his debut. Midfielder Darren Fletcher is hoping to shake off a knee injury and Mame Diouf (knee) could also return.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo (both knee) remain long-term absentees for United, while Andreas Pereira has joined Valencia on loan. Luke Shaw and Ashley Young have stepped up their return from serious injuries with the Under-23s.
Last five: Stoke LWLWD; Man Utd DWWWW
Odds: H 6/1 D 3/1 A 1/2
Referee: Neil Swarbrick (Lancashire)
Burnley (10) v Crystal Palace (19), Turf Moor, 1.30pm (Sky Sports Premier League) Republic of Ireland midfielder Jeff Hendrick is a major doubt for Burnley - he missed the 1-1 draw with Tottenham at Wembley a fortnight ago with a tight thigh and faces a late fitness test. Jon Walters made a successful return from a knee injury with Ireland and boss Sean Dyche has no further concerns.
New Palace defender Mamadou Sakho remains short of match fitness and longer-term absentees Wilfried Zaha and Connor Wickham are also out with knee injuries. James Tomkins should be fit, as are Ruben Loftus-cheek and Sullay Kaikai.
Last five: Burnley LLWLD; Crystal Palace WLLLL
Odds: H 13-10 D 21-10 A 23-10
Referee: Michael Oliver (Northumberland)
Swansea (13) v Newcastle (14), Liberty Stadium, 4pm (Sky Sports Premier League) Portugal midfielder Renato Sanches is likely to make his Swansea debut after joining on a season-long loan from Bayern Munich - but fellow deadline day signing Wilfried Bony has to build up his fitness levels and could be among the substitutes. Jordan Ayew has recovered from a stomach problem but Kyle Bartley (knee ligaments), Nathan Dyer (Achilles) and Ki Sung-yueng (knee) remain out. Newcastle’s Jonjo Shelvey returns from a ban but Aleksandar Mitrovic is suspended. Defenders Chancel Mbemba and Paul Dummett (hamstring) are out. Deandre Yedlin (hamstring) and Florian Lejeune (ankle ligaments) are training and striker Dwight Gayle has shaken off his hamstring problem.
Last five: Swansea WWDLW; Newcastle WWLLW
Odds: H 11-8 D 11-5 A 21-10
Referee: Mike Jones (Cheshire)
West Ham (20) v Huddersfield (3), London Stadium, 8pm (Sky Sports Premier League
Andy Carroll is in the West Ham squad for the first time this season after a thigh problem. Defender Winston Reid is fit after calf trouble but midfield duo Manuel Lanzini (knee) and Edimilson Fernandes (ankle) are out while winger Marko Arnautovic completes a threematch ban. Huddersfield’s Abdelhamid Sabiri and Florent Hadergjonaj are in contention to make their debuts. Midfielder Sabiri and defender Hadergjonaj featured in the friendly win against Altona 93 in Germany and are likely to be named in David Wagner’s squad. Goalkeeper Rob Green could also be included, striker Collin Quaner (knee) will be monitored, while all eight internationals have returned in good health.
Last five: West Ham LWLLL; Huddersfield LLWWD
Odds: H 5-6 D 5-2 A 17-5
Referee: Kevin Friend (Leicestershire)