Southampton: Kyle Walker-Peters is flagged as a fitness concern, and a decision on his involvement will be made closer to kick-off. The right-back sustained a leg injury on Thursday, but Ralph Hasenhüttl remains hopeful that he could still feature at the Hawthorns. "We had two hard sessions [and] Kyle had a little problem with his leg, but the rest is quite fit." Following the return of Danny Ings and Theo Walcott last weekend, only long-term absentees Oriol Romeu, Will Smallbone and Michael Obafemi remain in the treatment room. "You can feel the quality of the session is getting better because all the players are back, and that automatically gives you more experienced players on the pitch, so the quality is a little bit higher. This is good to see, good to watch and enjoyable every session." West Ham United: "We’ve had a couple of injuries, and I don’t think Mick (Antonio) is going to make this game," David Moyes said on Friday. It seems likely that Jarrod Bowen, who impressed from the bench with a goal, will lead the Hammers attack. Declan Rice faces a race against time to play again this season, but the Hammers boss would not be drawn on a potential return to play. "I won’t give you any more information. I will just say he has got an injury, and we’ll try and get him back as quick as we can. We don’t want to put any timescale on it. Obviously, he’s an important player, but we move on, and we have other players who we hope can come in and help us." Apart from that, it's as you were with Angelo Ogbonna, the nearest to a return of those currently sidelined. Everton: Andre Gomes is out of the Brighton game, but Carlo Ancelotti reveals that the injury is not serious, and he should be back to face Tottenham (GW32). Allan trained on Friday morning, and a decision on his involvement will be made closer to game day. "We have three days to wait to see how it goes. Maybe he can be available." Alex Iwobi comes back into the squad, but the Toffees will be without Bernard and Fabian Delph. Jordan Pickford is not 100 per cent and won't be risked. Abdoulaye Doucoure could return to training in around three weeks if his next scan is clear, and Jean-Philippe Gbamin can be called upon if needed: "He's training properly, he's not used to the intensity of the Premier League, so we have to take care of this. Now, with the medical staff, we have to decide how long he can play. He will be a fantastic midfielder." Leeds United: No fresh injuries, but Marcelo Bielsa will be without Jack Harrison, who is unable to face his parent club. "We would have hoped to have counted on him. Especially as his last performances have been good, but we knew about the rule that impeded him from playing." The Leeds boss was giving nothing away regarding a potential replacement: "Like in all the positions, we have more than one option, and we are in condition to replace him." On the two occasions, Harrison has started on the bench this season - Raphinha switched to the left, with Helder Costa coming in on the right. However, with no one currently sidelined, Bielsa could look to utilise his squad's full depth, although Adam Forshaw is unlikely to be considered following a recent return to training as his last competitive outing came in September 2019.
Leicester City: Çağlar Söyüncü and Cengiz Ünder remain out of contention, although Brendan Rodgers hopes the former can submit a negative COVID-19 test and return to England after staying in Turkey following the recent internationals. "He's been able to train; he’s had no symptoms or anything; it's just been really unfortunate for him to have the virus. So, we decided to keep him there where he can still train without having to do any isolation period when he comes back. All being well, he can rejoin the group next week and be ready for the Southampton game." James Maddison is expected to start on the bench as Rodgers admits the England international is still some way off his peak level. Chelsea: Thomas Tuchel reveals Chelsea "have full fitness, without big injuries," heading into the game at Selhurst Park. N'Golo Kante, Tammy Abraham and Christian Pulisic were all included in the Champions League squad midweek. Thiago Silva must serve a one-game ban following his dismissal against West Brom. The Blues boss insists "we must not lose faith" in Kai Havertz or Timo Werner despite another poor performance midweek. "[Porto] make it very tough. It's not the easiest task upfront, but they had a big impact defensively; they worked hard. We accept sometimes it's hard to have a big impact." West Bromwich Albion: Sam Allardyce is hopeful that Dara O’Shea will be fit to face Southampton on Monday night, but Branislav Ivanovic is expected to miss out, and the veteran defender may have played his last game for the club. Both players were forced off at Stamford Bridge last weekend, a game which saw the Baggies romp to an unlikely 5-2 victory to keep their faint hopes of survival alive. O’Shea suffered an ankle injury, while his replacement, Ivanovic, sustained a hamstring issue just minutes after coming on. "Dara is looking very good. We’ve got that extra couple of days which is a big help. Branislav will be out for a long time, we think. We will have to assess it week-by-week." Conor Gallagher returns to the matchday after missing the game against his parent club. Brighton and Hove Albion: Dan Burn and Adam Webster could return for Brighton on Monday evening. "Both [players] trained [on Thursday], so that is good for us," revealed Graham Potter. “We will just see how they respond to that, so that was really positive." Aaron Connolly also has a chance of recovering, but the Irishman may not return to training pitches until Saturday or Sunday. Striker Florin Andone is ready to step up his rehab, having been sidelined since June 2020 after rupturing his ACL while on loan at Turkish side Galatasaray. "He has worked really hard to be back in [and train] with the group; he is due to get some game time with the U23s in the next day or so, which is positive for us."