Chelsea: Frank Lampard says N'Golo Kante has picked up an injury and will be assessed before the Norwich game. Antonio Rudiger played 90 minutes for the development side on Monday and will hopefully be fit and available for next week. Hudson-Odoi has looked "bright and sharp" after re-joined the group. Lampard is looking for the winger to be involved after the international break. Same for Reece James (ankle). Southampton: Hasenhüttl reports that his squad have a clean bill of health after McCarthy re-joined the group in training this week. “At the moment, we don’t have any injuries. Alex had a little problem, but now he is fit again. We have a lot of options for a few positions.” Watford: Deeney will be sidelined for "several weeks" following a minor knee operation. “We will miss Troy because he is a very important player for us but I know he will be supporting us in the next games. I am looking forward to seeing him back as soon as possible." Given the skippers' absence, Javi Gracia could involve Danny Welbeck and Ismaïla Sarr against West Ham. “They are training well,” he said. “Both are training with the team. Both are not in the best condition but most important in this moment is that they can help us. I'm sure they cannot play all the minutes, but they can help us in the next performance.” The involvement of Sarr may be determined by the availability of Roberto Pereyra (thigh) and Abdoulaye Doucouré (ankle) who is also struggling with injury. “They are not training and we'll see in the next days if some of them can be available or not. In this moment they are doubtful.” Manchester City: Pep reiterates what Zinchenko said after the 2-2 draw with Tottenham. The left-back is fine. "It was just a cramp. Everything is okay." Cancelo is ready to start. "He can play, he's ready. Now, one game a week. The people have time to recover. After the international break, come the Champions League, Carabao Cup and everybody will be involved." John Stones (thigh) out of the game. "Not fit for this weekend. We will see when he will be fit to return." Placed a 7-10 day recovery period on the defender when speaking after the draw with Spurs. Sheffield United: Chris Wilder confirms John Fleck (hamstring) is a doubt, but Callum Robinson has trained all week. "We’ll give John that time to recover." Luke Freeman could come in for his first PL start. Leicester City: Rodgers and the player were confident of a return on Saturday, but it now appears that the left-back could miss out. "Ben has had an injection last week. We'll see if he's ready for the weekend. but it's likely he'll be ready for next week (vs Bournemouth)." If that is the case, then Christian Fuchs will deputise again having impressed at Stamford Bridge. Norwich City: Onel Hernandez has had surgery and is out for three months. No ACL damage, the operation was to repair his meniscus. Christoph Zimmermann is not available, but has been involved in training. Hoping to make the West Ham match in game week four. No fresh injury concerns. Jamal Lewis' withdrawal last week was confirmed as cramp and Timm Klose (hip flexor) has been training, and therefore is available, "[But] perhaps [is] not a topic for the starting line-up." Newcastle United: Dwight Gayle (calf) and Andy Carroll (fitness/ankle) are not ready. Sean Longstaff will be managed carefully after spending five months out with a knee ligament injury. Christian Atsu (hamstring) has trained and is edging closer to a return. Joelinton (hip) is fine after he was forced off at Carrow Road and Allan Saint-Maximin has overcome a minor hamstring issue. Burnley: Sean Dyche confirms that Robbie Brady (ribs) will not be involved against Wolves, but he is back in full training. Danny Drinkwater is also absent - expected to feature in the Carabao Cup midweek as he builds up to full fitness. Steven Defour is undertaking some light work. Arsenal: Granit Xhaka (back) and Mesut Ozil (illness) have returned to full training and the pair will be available for the game with Liverpool. The remainder of the treatment room remains the same - Holding, Emile Smith Rowe, Hector Bellerin, Tierney and Mavropanos all sidelined. Tottenham Hotspur: Dele Alli (hamstring) is training with the first team, but with plenty of attacking options, Pochettino may not take any risks. Juan Foyth (ankle) and Ryan Sessegnon (hamstring) continue with their rehab while Tanguy Ndombele is also out. Son returns from suspension. Lo Celso is not ready to start following a pre-season disrupted by the Copa America. Was given additional time off and signed for Spurs having undertaken very little training. No pressure to deliver at this stage in his Tottenham career. West Ham United: Felipe Anderson, Sebastien Haller and Mark Noble are back in contention. Winston Reid is the only player remaining in the Hammers treatment room. "Everyone else is fit." Jack Wilshere is coming back from a long injury and his minutes will be managed. The same with Carlos Sanchez and Andriy Yarmolenko. "We hope, with every game, [they] will improve." Crystal Palace: James Tomkins and Mamadou Sakho are "both getting closer" but Roy Hodgson is reluctant to put a timeline on their return. No other injury concerns after Jeffrey Schlupp made his comeback in the loss at Bramall Lane on Sunday. The Palace boss remains tight-lipped over Cahill appearance on Saturday. “Any place is a good place to give an experienced player like Gary a debut, but I'm not looking to divulge any team news at this stage."