Brady misses out again for Burnley
Brighton (13) v Everton (8), Amex Stadium, 3pm.
Brighton are without goalkeeper Mat Ryan, who has joined Australia’s squad ahead of the Asian Cup. David Button and Jason Steele are competing to replace him. Defender Lewis Dunk returns from a ban, but Alireza Jahanbakhsh is on international duty with Iran and fellow winger Jose Izquierdo (knee) is out. Everton’s Ademola Lookman could be fit after an ankle injury. Fellow forward Richarlison may be restored to the starting line-up after his substitute appearance in the win at Burnley, which saw him score his ninth league goal.
Last five: Brighton WLLLD; Everton DDLLW.
Top scorers: Murray (Brighton) 8; Richarlison & Sigurdsson (Everton) 9.
Match odds: H 12-5; D 12-5; A 2320.
Referee: Andrew Madley.
Fulham (19) v Huddersfield (20), Craven Cottage, 3pm.
Fulham have a fully fit squad with the exception of midfielder AndreFrank Zambo Anguissa, who is recovering from an ankle injury. Town boss David Wagner will check on midfielder Jonathan Hogg (knee). Midfielders Aaron Mooy, Danny Williams (both knee), and Abdelhamid Sabiri (collarbone), plus defender Tommy Smith (hamstring) are still out.
Last five: Fulham DLLDD; Huddersfield LLLLL.
Top scorers: Mitrovic (Fulham) 7; Jorgensen (Huddersfield) 3.
Match odds: H 21-20; D 9-4; A 3-1.
Referee: Kevin Friend.
Leicester (7) v Cardiff (17), King Power Stadium, 3pm.
With Jamie Vardy fit after a groin problem and primed to start, Leicester boss Claude Puel has no fresh injury worries. Cardiff’s Callum Paterson (knee) faces a test, but Aron Gunnarsson and Harry Arter are set to return after being rested at Crystal Palace. Kenneth Zohore (thigh), Jazz Richards (hamstring), and Danny Ward (knee) are out.
Last five: Leicester DLLWW; Cardiff LWLLD.
Top scorers: Vardy (Leicester) 6; Paterson (Cardiff) 4. Match odds: H 8-15; D 16-5; A 11-2.
Referee: Simon Hooper.
Tottenham (2) v Wolves (10), Wembley, 3pm.
Dele Alli missed Spurs’ win over Bournemouth due to a hamstring injury and will be monitored after training. Serge Aurier (groin) has returned to training but Jan Vertonghen, Eric Dier, Victor Wanyama, and Mousa Dembele miss out. Diogo Jota remains out for Wolves with a hamstring injury. Leander Dendoncker and Kortney Hause will be assessed after they were left out of the squad for the 1-1 draw at Fulham due to illness.
Last five: Tottenham WWWWW; Wolves WWWLD.
Top scorers: Kane (Tottenham) 16; Jimenez (Wolves) 5.
Match odds: H 1-3; D 4-1; A 9-1.
Referee: Stuart Attwell. Watford (9) v Newcastle (15), Vicarage Road, 3pm.
Watford will be without Christian Kabasele. The defender was hospitalised after colliding with a goal post during the defeat to Chelsea. Will Hughes (hip), Andre Gray (leg), Sebastian Prodl (knee), and Adalberto Penaranda (foot) were all absent on St Stephen’s Day and could remain out. Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey is available after five games out with a thigh injury — which is timely, with Ki Sung-yueng away on international duty with South Korea. Goalkeeper Karl Darlow (elbow) and defender Ciaran Clark (ankle) are out, but Florian Lejeune is available after knee ligament damage.
Last five: Watford LDWWL; Newcastle DLWDL.
Top scorers: Pereyra (Watford) 6; Rondon (Newcastle) 5. Match odds: H 4-5; D 13-5; A 18-5. Referee: Roger East.
Liverpool (1) v Arsenal (5), Anfield, 5.30pm, (BT Sport). Liverpool midfielder James Milner will miss out with a minor muscular injury. He sat out the win over Newcastle and is not expected to return until Thursday’s trip to Manchester City. Left-back Alberto Moreno has recovered from a back injury, but striker Dominic Solanke (muscle) is out. Arsenal’s Rob Holding (knee), Konstantinos Mavropanos (groin), Hector Bellerin (calf), Henrikh Mkhitaryan (ankle), and Danny Welbeck (ankle) are out, but Shkodran Mustafi has a slight chance of being involved after hamstring trouble. Captain Laurent Koscielny should be fine following a foot issue.
Last five: Liverpool WWWWW; Arsenal DWLWD.