Southampton : Rodriguez successfully underwent foot surgery to remedy a nerve problem. The striker will miss between 6-8 weeks. Long will deputise for the suspended Pelle. Koeman feels the Irishman "will do well in his absence." - Newcastle : Colback will be added to the squad and the midfielder is expected to replace the injured Tiote. Darlow is also fit although Elliot should retain the goalkeepers jersey. Haidara is set for knee surgery and will miss up-to four months. - Arsenal : "Everyone who played on Tuesday is available," reveals Wenger. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain "could be" ready. Sanchez to be assessed "It might not be the right time to rest him" but the winger has a "little hamstring" problem. Expected to be fit. - Aston Villa : Okore has been passed fit for the clash with Watford but Ilori lacks fitness having recently recovered from a groin problem. Likewise, Gardner who is battling back after an ankle ligament issue. Agbonlahor will face a late fitness test. No Grealish who has been told to train with the development side following an internal disciplinary matter - Everton : "Baines is physically ready. It is just about getting his confidence back. We need to be careful. We'll take it day by day," said Martinez. "A decision will be made on Friday." Cleverley and Besic are back and pushing for places. "They add to the competition." - Leicester City : Jamie Vardy is fit. "We manage him in a different way," says Ranieri. "I hope for him and for the fans that he breaks the record.” - Man United : Herrera and Jones are ruled out. The remainder of the squad will be assessed after an "intense" midweek tie. Nothing on Carrick. Lingard will face a late fitness test. Mata is on standby to replace him. - Norwich City : Martin will return to the squad having missed out due to personal reasons last weekend. Tettey is not available. He should come back into contention against Watford. Lafferty is fine having tweaked his groin midweek. - AFC Bournemouth : No fresh injury concerns for the Cherries. Marc Pugh is still not training while Boruc has a niggling knee problem. Tomlin will face a late test and Rantie will be checked after missing last weekend due to personal reasons. - West Brom : "We have picked up a few injuries following the Arsenal game. Hopefully those players will be fine for West Ham," confirmed Pulis. Brunt is suspended which could see McAuley return to the line-up. Olsson and Chester battle it out for the left-back spot. - Sunderland : Allardyce confirms Defoe has "every chance" of playing on Saturday. His ankle injury is not as bad as originally feared. Borini could also be involved. - Crystal Palace : Sako will be out for "a few weeks." Gayle is "nearly fit," but the striker will miss out again. "Wickham is further ahead than Chamakh, going by training and game time. He's not up to 100 per cent, but medically both are fine," said Keith Millen. - Chelsea : Terry did not train on Friday "little hope" that the skipper will feature against Spurs "I have complete trust in Cahill and Zouma," said Mourinho. Likewise, Ramires "he is in the same situation, let's wait and see." Courtois is progressing well. Hope to have the goalkeeper back within the first 15-days of December. - Man City : "Joe Hart is out with a muscle injury - it depends how he improves but I think he will be out for ten days," confirms Pellegrini. Zabaleta will also miss the next two games "he has the same injury in the ligament in his knee. He needs a treatment now." Bony and Silva will return to the squad but Mangala "will miss this game and Hull." - Watford : Prodl could miss another three weeks due to a calf injury but Behrami may be fit enough to face Villa. The midfielder missed last weekend after taking a kick to the knee in training. Ekstrand is closing in on a return having stepped up his rehab "I'm very happy because I have a good feeling about him," said Flores. "Hoban is not, at the minute, on the pitch. But he is improving a lot." - West Ham : Obiang is back in training and "looks good." Song will be available following his cameo against Spurs. Mark Noble is suspended so either could provide cover. A knee injury keeps Randolph sidelined. Oxford had a nasty fall during a development game. He will return to training with a view to being available on Sunday - Stoke City : Wollscheid will have a late test "His pelvis is a little sore. He didn't train today [Thursday]. Hopefully he will tomorrow and he'll feature at Sunderland." - Liverpool : "Sturridge injury is not that serious. It's completely normal after a long injury. You have to learn what is serious pain and what is only pain," said Klopp. Henderson and Rossiter trained on Friday "we will have to wait." The German is unsure whether Benteke can play twice in three days and Sakho is ahead of schedule "I think it will be between 4-6 weeks." Coutinho faces a late test.