This weekend's Premier League action sees two huge matches take place on Sunday. Manchester United host Liverpool, and Arsenal travel across North London to face archrivals Tottenham.
Here is the team news ahead of those two enticing derbies along with the rest of the weekend's action.
Hull City vs. Manchester City
Manchester City are sweating on the fitness of Sergio Aguero after he felt a twinge during the Champions League tie with Barcelona. Hull hope to be able to welcome Jake Livermore back to availability.
|Hull City||Manchester City|
|Robbie Brady||Jake Livermore||Sergio Aguero|
|Paul McShane||Matija Nastasic|
Everton vs. Cardiff City
The Toffees hope to be able to welcome Steven Pienaar and Phil Jagielka back, although Lacina Traore remains an absentee. Cardiff are still without Mark Hudson and Ben Turner.
|Lacina Traore||Steven Pienaar||Ben Turner|
|Antolin Alcaraz||Phil Jagielka||Mark Hudson|
|Bryan Oviedo||Andrew Taylor|
Fulham vs. Newcastle United
Fernando Amorebieta is touch-and-go for this one, although Scott Parker and Damien Duff remain out. Newcastle will make late decisions on Loic Remy, Davide Santon and Hatem Ben Arfa, and manager Alan Pardew begins his three-match stadium ban.
|Ashkan Dejagah||F. Amorebieta||Rob Elliott||Loic Remy|
|Damien Duff||Gabriel Obertan||Davide Santon|
|Scott Parker||Ryan Taylor||Hatem Ben Arfa|
Southampton vs. Norwich City
Jos Hooiveld might return for Southampton, but Jack Cork is a longer-term doubt. Norwich might be able to welcome Jonas Gutierrez back to availability, but Leroy Fer remains out.
|Jack Cork||Jos Hooiveld||Leroy Fer||Jonas Gutierrez|
|Kevin Davis||Michael Turner|
Stoke City vs. West Ham
|Robert Huth||Joey O'Brien|
|Oussama Assaidi||Ricardo Vaz Te|
Robert Huth and Joey O'Brien are the main absentees for Stoke City and West Ham, respectively.
Sunderland vs. Crystal Palace
Sunderland have a number of short-term injury worries, while Crystal Palace will continue to miss the influence of Marouane Chamakh.
|Valentin Roberge||Marouane Chamakh|
Swansea vs. West Brom
Pablo Hernandez and Jonjo Shelvey are both sidelined with hamstring injuries, but Michu might be available for Garry Monk after a long spell on the sidelines. Steven Reid and Claudio Yacob could both return for the Baggies if they pass late fitness tests.
|Pablo Hernandez||Michu||Chris Brunt|
|Jonjo Shelvey||Diego Lugano|
|Kyle Bartley||Billy Jones|
Aston Villa vs. Chelsea
David Luiz might return for Chelsea, but the game comes just too soon for Ashley Cole and Fernando Torres. Jores Okore is nearing a return for the Villans, while on-loan Ryan Bertrand is ineligible for this one.
|Ryan Bertrand (inel)||Ashley Cole||David Luiz|
|Libor Kozak||Fernando Torres|
|Jores Okore||Marco van Ginkel|
Manchester United vs. Liverpool
Rafael should be available for United, but Jonny Evans and Javier Hernandez remain sidelined. Liverpool welcome Lucas Leiva back to availability.
|Javier Hernandez||Rafael||Jose Enrique||Mamadou Sakho|
Tottenham vs. Arsenal
Michael Dawson remains out for Spurs, but Christian Eriksen and Danny Rose are available for selection after playing against Benfica, while Moussa Dembele might return. Arsenal, meanwhile, have the longest injury list in the league at the moment. Mesut Ozil and Yaya Sanogo were added to it in recent days, meaning the club will really solely on Olivier Giroud.
|Etienne Capoue||Moussa Dembele||Mesut Ozil||Kim Kallstrom|
|Erik Lamela||Aaron Ramsey|
|Michael Dawson||Yaya Sanogo|
|Vlad Chiriches||Nicklas Bendtner|