Premier League Injury News, Fantasy Impact
The Premier League is back in focus following the midweek cup action, and a couple of high-profile managers are casting nervous eyes the way of the treatment room following taxing games.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini saw his side taken to extra time by Newcastle, and it was a similar story for Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas.
Arsenal were beaten by Chelsea in the Capital One Cup, and Arsene Wenger will need to pick up his side to face a refreshed Liverpool.
The following are the latest injury reports for each Premier League fixture on the schedule from November 2 to 3.
Newcastle entertain Chelsea in the early game Saturday, having come off second best in a stamina-sapping clash with Manchester City in the cup Wednesday.
Manchester United travel to the capital to face a Fulham side who will be licking their wounds following their Capital One Cup humbling at the hands of Leicester City. The Cottagers lost Hugo Rodallega to injury in midweek.
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Gus Poyet will be desperate for his Sunderland side to build on their win over Newcastle when they travel to Hull City.
Pellegrini will be pleased to have the luxury of a squad packed with quality, as there will be some tired legs when they take on Norwich. Joe Hart won't have tired legs, but will he play?
Southampton have been in blistering form this season, and they will look to keep the momentum up at Stoke City.
Crystal Palace remain without a permanent manager, and West Brom will be keen to take advantage at The Hawthorns.
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It's the battle of claret and blues at Upton Park as West Ham United play host to Aston Villa. The Hammers are without Matt Taylor, while Villa have concerns over Gabriel Agbonlahor.
The Saturday evening game is shaping up to be a cracker, as Arsenal will entertain a sizzling Liverpool side at the Emirates. Arsenal's treatment room is full to bursting, while Liverpool have had the week off to ease their worries.
Everton and Tottenham kick off Sunday's action, with the Toffees looking to back up their excellent win at Aston Villa last week.
The weekend concludes with a game not necessarily high on glamour, but it will be brimming with tension as Cardiff play host to Welsh rivals Swansea.
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