Defensive headaches for Emery
(3pm unless stated) Bournemouth (6) v Man Utd (8), Vitality Stadium, 12.30pm (Sky Sports 1)
Bournemouth captain Simon Francis is a doubt with a slight groin problem. Joshua King has missed the last two games with an ankle injury and will not be ready to return against his former club. Antonio Valencia (knee), Marouane Fellaini and Diogo Dalot remain absent for United. Jesse Lingard and Alexis Sanchez are back to full fitness.
Last five: Bournemouth LWWDW; Man Utd DLWDW
Top scorers: Wilson (Bournemouth) 6; Martial & Pogba (Man Utd) 5
Match odds: H 13-5; D 14-5; A 1920
Referee: Paul Tierney
Cardiff (17) v Leicester (12), Cardiff City Stadium
Cardiff welcome back Harry Arter after an ankle injury. Jazz Richards is out with a knock picked up in training. Joe Ralls completes a three-match ban as Leicester return to action for the first time since the death of owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and four others in a helicopter crash last weekend. Daniel Amartey will miss the trip after he suffered a serious ankle injury during the home draw with West Ham last weekend. Captain Wes Morgan is available again after serving a ban.
Last five: Cardiff LLLWL; Leicester WWLLD
Top scorers: Murphy & Paterson (Cardiff) 2; Vardy & Maddison (Leicester) 3
Match odds: H 5-2; D 23-10; A 2320
Referee: Lee Probert
Everton (9) v Brighton (11), Goodison Park
Everton defenders Phil Jagielka and Jonjoe Kenny will both miss out with minor injuries. Winger Ademola Lookman is pushing for his first Premier League start of the season. Brighton remain without Davy Propper and Pascal Gross. The club are confident both will be available after the international break.
Last five: Everton LWWWL; Brighton LLWWW
Top scorers: Sigurdsson (Everton) 6; Murray (Brighton) 6
Match odds: H 13-20; D 14-5; A 92
Referee: David Coote Newcastle (19) v Watford (7), St James’ Park
Newcastle defender Ciaran Clark will miss out with a bug. Fellow defender Florian Lejeune (cruciate ligament) remains the only senior casualty.
Nathaniel Chalobah is set to return to the Watford squad from a minor knee problem.
Forward Troy Deeney (hamstring) remains a doubt while defenders Sebastian Prodl (leg) and Daryl Janmaat (knee) are also still sidelined, along with midfielder Tom Cleverley (Achilles).
Last five: Newcastle DLLLD; Watford DLLWW
Top scorers: Joselu (Newcastle) 2; Pereyra (Watford) 5
Match odds: H 13-8; D 11-5; A 9-5
Referee: Craig Pawson
West Ham (13) v Burnley (15), London Stadium
West Ham remain without suspended skipper Mark Noble and will give left-back Aaron Cresswell a late fitness test on a groin problem. Jack Wilshere and Andy Carroll (both ankle) are due back after the international break. Aaron Lennon is available for Burnley while Jack Cork faces a late fitness test. Defender Ben Gibson (hernia), Stephen Ward (knee) and goalkeeper Nick Pope (shoulder) are out.
Last five: West Ham DWLLD; Burnley WWDLL
Top scorers: Arnautovic (West Ham) 4; Barnes (Burnley) 3
Match odds: H 5-6; D 5-2; A 18-5
Referee: Roger East
Arsenal (4) v Liverpool (2), Emirates Stadium, 5.30pm (BT Sport 1)
Unai Emery could be unable to call upon a host of defenders. Hector Bellerin (thigh) is being assessed alongside fellow full-backs Nacho Monreal and Sead Kolasinac (both hamstring) and Sokratis Papastathopoulos (ankle).
Matteo Guendouzi is suspended and Mohamed Elneny (thigh) is also missing.
Liverpool midfielders Naby Keita and Jordan Henderson will not be available. Andy Robertson is set to return at left-back after being rested last weekend.
Last five: Arsenal WWWWD; Liverpool WDDWW
Top scorers: Aubameyang (Arsenal) 9; Mane & Salah (Liverpool) 7
Match odds: H 9-4; D 11-4; A 1110
Referee: Andre Marriner
Wolves (10) v Tottenham (5), Molineux, 7.45pm (Sky Sports) Diogo Jota is sidelined for Wolves due to a minor problem, although boss Nuno Espirito Santo refused to reveal the exact issue. Tottenham will be without Eric Dier and Danny Rose. The England pair have respective thigh and groin injuries.
Victor Wanyama (knee) and Jan Vertonghen (hamstring) continue to miss out.
Last five: Wolves DWWLL; Tottenham WWWWL
Top scorers: Jimenez (Wolves) 2; Kane (Tottenham) 7
Match odds: H 9-4; D 5-2; A 6-5
Referee: Mike Dean
Man City (1) v Southampton (16), Etihad Stadium Champions Manchester City are without midfielder Kevin De Bruyne. The Belgium playmaker suffered knee ligament damage in Thursday’s Carabao Cup win over Fulham and could be out for up to six weeks.
Defender Nicolas Otamendi is out with a tendon problem but midfielder Ilkay Gundogan is close to returning after a hamstring injury. Southampton expect to have Pierre-emile Hojbjerg available. Saints boss Mark Hughes otherwise reported no fresh injury problems.
Last five: Man City WWDWW; Southampton LLLDD
Top scorers: Aguero (Man City) 9; Ings (Southampton) 4
Match odds: H 1-9; D 9-1; A 20-1
Referee: Lee Mason Chelsea (3) v Crystal Palace (14), Stamford Bridge, 4pm (Sky Sports)
Eden Hazard should be fit to play some part despite a back injury. Crystal Palace have James Mcarthur, Wilfried Zaha and Cheikhou Kouyate available following knocks but Connor Wickham is ruled out with a thigh strain, the same injury that means Joel Ward also misses out. Christian Benteke is continuing his recovery from knee surgery.
Last five: Chelsea DDWDW; Crystal Palace DLLLD
Top scorers: Hazard (Chelsea) 8; Zaha (Crystal Palace) 3
Match odds: H 27-100; D 5-1; A 91
Referee: Michael Oliver
MONDAY Huddersfield (20) v Fulham (18), Kirklees Stadium, 8pm (Sky Sports 1)
Terence Kongolo is among the players who could return to action for Huddersfield. Fulham’s Kevin Mcdonald is back in contention. Joe Bryan remains unavailable because of a hamstring injury.
Last five: Huddersfield LLDLL; Fulham DLLLL
Top scorers: Huddersfield, several on 1; Mitrovic (Fulham) 5
Match odds: H 13-10; D 23-10; A 11-5
Referee: Anthony Taylor