Newcastle United: Christian Atsu has been ruled out of Monday nights game due to injury: "He has a little problem with his knee, and we don’t want to take any risks." Everyone else is fine and Benitez could stick with the same XI which secured Premier League football for another season with a 2-1 win over Arsenal last weekend. Burnley: Ben Mee "probably" won't make Sunday after missing the last three matches with a shin problem. However, Sean Dyche was a little more optimistic over James Tarkowski who did improve overnight after picking up a knock during the home defeat by Chelsea. "Hopefully, it's nothing too serious." Charlie Taylor is on standby. A calf injury will keep Scott Arfield sidelined and winger Georges-Kevin N'Koudou isn't expected to cover from a hamstring problem. "Jon Walters is back and fit and around the group again." Stoke City: Maxim Choupo-Moting [groin] and Kostas Stafylidis [fractured rib] are still struggling with injury but Glen Johnson [groin] trained [on Friday morning] and should "hopefully" be fit for the weekend. Charlie Adam is available after completing his ban but Ibrahim Afellay is unavailable following an internal disciplinary matter. Paul Lambert hints at a starting berth for Peter Crouch. "I think he gives us something different on the pitch and he is certainly in contention for Sunday’s game." Liverpool: Klopp will not rest players ahead of the Champions League on Tuesday: "We have to [name] a really strong line up against West Brom. We need points to be in the top four." The Liverpool manager went onto add - Mo Salah has no physical problems. "Hopefully it stays that way." No further updates on Emre Can and Adam Lallana, although there is still hope that the pair could still feature before the end of the season. Joel Matip won't though, the defender will be out until July. No Nathaniel Clyne this weekend due to a muscular complaint but Dejan Lovren and Joe Gomez come back into contention. Everyone else is available. Watford: Chalobah and Kaboul edge closer to a return as they step up their recovery. “Nathaniel is in light training,” confirmed Javi Gracia. “He's warming up [with the team] but is not available.” Kaboul on the other hand is back in full training although "he needs to improve his condition.” Deulofeu is hoping to play again before the end of the season. “He was [in the process of] recovering, but this week he was ill and he was 2/3 days with a throat infection. Now he needs to come back, but he's in a good condition.” Prödl is one of three Watford players who have been sick, but Gracia expects the trio “to be available and in the best condition. José Holebas is back in contention: “He had pain in his back last week," as is Andre Carillo who has recovered from a minor knock. Tom Cleverley remains on the sidelines: “He is looking for a solution to his recovery because he's out of the team.” Manchester City: Pep offered an update on Sergio Aguero after the Argentine went under the knife to remedy the knee problem he picked up in training earlier this month: "It’s four or five weeks. We will try and get him ready for the World Cup. He’s in Barcelona now. The first part of his rehab is there." Fernandinho serves the final game of his ban. Arsenal: "This weekend is preparation for Thursday. I rested some players after the Moscow match, and they will need a game......" That should include the likes of Mesut Ozil, Laurent Koscielny and Hector Bellerin. Henrikh Mkhitaryan is running again "and he will be assessed over the next 4-5 days." The Arsenal play maker has an outside chance of featuring in the Europa League semi-final which Arsene Wenger admits is the "biggest priority now." David Ospina is fully recovered from his recent ankle problem while there is some uncertainty over Jack Wilshere who is managing an ankle problem. Aaron Ramsey [shin laceration] has not trained with the group but "he will be available." Swansea City: Renato Sanches "is back" but he is training with the physio to improve his physical condition which Carlos Carvalhal says is "very poor" after missing, many, many weeks. The Bayern Munich youngster could rejoin the main group from next week. "We will try to recover him, because you never know if we will need him in the final week of the season, but expectations at this moment are very low." Sam Clucas [knee] had a test with the medical team on Thursday "which was positive" and he is expected to train with the first-team on Friday. "He can be involved [at Man City]." Luciano Narsingh looks to have shaken off a minor ankle sprain while Angel Rangel is also available. Leroy Fer and Wilfried Bony will not return until next season. West Bromwich Albion: Jonny Evans [knee] and Hal Robson-Kanu [concussion] are back in contention for the Baggies. "They are welcome additions." No Daniel Sturridge this weekend though. The Liverpool striker returned from injury at Old Trafford last Sunday but can't face his parent club under the terms of his loan agreement. Nacer Chadli continues to build fitness following a long-term thigh injury. "He is getting stronger," but is unlikely to make the matchday squad. Darren Moore will consider naming an unchanged side after a "good win" at Man United. "We achieved it by everyone playing their part and being together." James Morrison [Achilles] and Gareth Barry [knee] are the only two West Brom players currently sidelined through injury. West Ham United: Andy Carroll and Manuel Lanzini are likely to start on the bench again despite impressing at Stoke. James Collins isn't ready yet after undergoing an epidural procedure in an effort to cure a hamstring problem which means David Moyes will have a similar squad to Monday night. Pedro Obiang is making "good progress" and he could make a surprise return before the end of the season. "We thought initially, following his knee operation, that he would be out for the rest of the campaign but he has responded very well." Overall, the Hammers are in good shape fitness-wise. Angelo Ogbonna has had a bit of tendonitis in his knee "but we’re hoping he will be okay."
Crystal Palace: Jeffrey Schlupp returned to training on Thursday. "He is back a lot earlier than we expected. It is a bit close for the match on Saturday. But great news he is back in training." Bakary Sako [ankle] and Scott Dann [knee] won't feature again until August / September but Connor Wickham has stepped up his recovery from a groin strain and could play a part in the run-in. Jason Puncheon is ready to step up his rehab: "Without putting pressure on myself, I am hoping that in two to four weeks I will be in a position to go out and train with the rest of the squad." Everton: Gylfi Sigurdsson [knee] and Mason Holgate [ankle] are the only two 'injured' players who could feature before the end of the season. Effectively rules out - James McCarthy [broken leg], Eliaquim Mangala [knee] and Maarten Stekelenburg [hernia].