West Ham United: "Kouyate has returned to training a little bit so we're hoping to get him back quite quickly. Hernandez and Carroll were back on the bench, but Collins is not ready," said Moyes. "We're pretty much as we were, aside from Fernandes hurting his ankle in training." Crystal Palace: "Sakho will be out a long time, how long a time, I don't know, they won't put a time on it, but it's a serious muscle tear in his calf so I don't know, but it's weeks not days, I couldn't say if it was months." Yohan Cabaye has recovered from a kick to the leg which forced him off during the 2-2 draw with Bournemouth but Joel Ward [groin] will remain on the sidelines. Stoke City: Hughes confirms Stoke didn’t pick up any new injuries from the heavy defeat at Wembley “so everyone is available for tomorrow.” Glen Johnson faces a late test after taking a whack on the knee in training and Jese is still in Spain following complications with the birth of his premature son. Bruno Martins Indi and Stephen Ireland will not be back in contention until 2018. Swansea City: Wayne Routledge complained of muscle tightness after the win over West Brom and his involvement on Wednesday hangs in the balance. The extra-days recovery should help, although Jordan Ayew could come into the side. Paul Clement confirms the absence of Renato Sanches from the matchday squad on Saturday was purely tactical based on his poor recent form. Manchester City: Vincent Kompany has been ruled out of the Swansea game. However, it's only a minor concern. "I think it will be less than we expect, so hopefully it could be short [but] I don't know." Brighton and Hove Albion: Anthony Knockaert will return to the matchday 18 after Chris Hughton left the winger out on Saturday. "We've got a very competitive squad at the moment and around that I have to make decisions." Gaetan Bong returns as he continues to manage an ongoing knee problem which means only Steve Sidwell [back] is ruled out through injury. Newcastle United: Benitez says Jamaal Lascelles was "nearly there" in terms of starting against Leicester. He hints that the [c] could return. "Having players with character and personality when things aren’t going wrong is good. I haven’t picked the team yet.” Paul Dummett is "getting better" but will continue to build fitness with the U23s. "If everybody is available, hopefully we can be as solid as we were earlier in the season.” Chelsea: Conte hints that he may make changes due to the quick turnaround between games. "We work only today with the players who played against West Ham," he said. “A lot of players are playing a lot of games - that means someone is a bit tired." Pedro and Willian are pushing for starts while fit-again Michy Batshuayi will be hoping to force his way into the side following the news that Alvaro Morata [back] will not travel with the squad. Danny Drinkwater has been included. Burnley: Dyche reveals that Matt Lowton is close to a return but the defender is unlikely to feature against Stoke on Tuesday evening. Meanwhile, a late decision will be taken on Ben Mee who had stitches in a knee injury following the 1-nil defeat at Leicester. Robbie Brady has successfully undergone knee surgery to repair a torn patellar tendon. Liverpool: Danny Ings will continue to build fitness with the U23s despite minutes from the bench on Sunday. "It makes more sense." Still no definitive timeline on when Alberto Moreno will be back in action, but Klopp says it could be up-to six weeks. Adam Lallana is training "completely normal" but Joel Matip remains on the sidelines. "We have a few knocks [from Sunday] that we have to wait on. It's possible that one or two may not play." West Bromwich Albion: Pardew confirms the Baggies will be missing "some senior players" at Anfield on Wednesday. Dawson and Morrison are not expected to return until around Christmas. Wednesday will come too soon for Gareth Barry but the veteran midfielder is hoping to be back to face Man United. "We will have to wait and see about Nacer [Chadli] and Matty [Phillips] but James Morrison won’t play against Liverpool.” Southampton: “Everybody is OK,” said Pellegrino who could welcome Cedric Soares back into the squad following his return to training. Charlie Austin was once again on the score sheet, but doubts remain whether the striker can play games in quick succession. Shane Long is back in contention after recovering from a slight calf strain. Everton: Bolasie is "very, very" eager to return. "My difficulty will be holding him back," said Allardyce. Everton expect to have the same group of players available as Sunday. Leighton Baines is still sidelined. Watford: Watford have decided to appeal the red card shown to Marvin Zeegelaar on Saturday. Molla Wagué could be added to the bench if Britos and/or Femenía fail to recover in time. "We’ll try with them," said Silva. "Miguel is more difficult to play tomorrow but we'll see what happens. Kiko is a matter of days. His injury is nothing special, he has some fatigue as well. We need to be 100 per cent sure they can play." Huddersfield Town: "No news injury-wise,” said Wagner. Michael Hefele gave the Terriers a boost on Sunday following a return to full training but Philip Billing and Jon Stankovic will be out for a little longer. Rajiv van la Parra is back in the squad after serving a three-match ban. “Before his suspension he made some big steps offensively and defensively. He has something to prove." AFC Bournemouth: Adam Smith could return to the fold after serving his one-game ban. Meanwhile, there was no bad news injury-wise following the draw at Selhurst Park. "We have nothing fresh," said Howe. "We came through the game okay. We have a few tired legs and a few knocks, but nothing major came out of the game." Tyrone Mings will not play again in 2017. "He had a setback in his recovery from a back injury having felt further discomfort." The defender will now seek a specialist opinion.