Brighton and Hove Albion: Adam Webster (hamstring) is not expected to return until after the international break, but Graham Potter is more confident on a few others ahead of Monday nights' game. Alexis Mac Allister is just a "bit sore" after the Carabao Cup, and he is hoping to return to training along with Yves Bissouma. Enock Mwepu "is probably doubtful, but we'll see" after he was withdrawn from the XI on Wednesday after feeling discomfort during the warm-up. "He felt his groin a little bit. It probably was one of those we could have taken a chance on, but we weren't sure about one or two others it didn't feel like it was worth the risk." Lamptey will be managed following his first appearance in 10 months. "Tariq is coming back from a long injury; we have to be careful." On Wednesday, Gross also returned for the Seagulls after recovering from COVID-19: "Pascal played 45 last night and had no problems. He's an experienced guy, he's a model professional," said Potter. "He'll recover now and will be in the squad against Palace." Liverpool: Keita replaced after kicking the ground: "[At] half-time we had to change, and Naby [who] had kicked the grass, a little… sort of thing, we are not too concerned, but we had to change." Everton: Rafa Benitez reveals Lucas Digne and Andre Gomes were withdrawn as a precautionary measure in the Carabao Cup. "It was a little problem with the calf for both, so I don’t expect they will be very serious. But just in case, it was best to be cautious with that.” Burnley: Wayne Hennessey injured his ankle practising penalties on Tuesday, but the problem is settling down, and the backup goalkeeper could return to the bench. Kevin Long (Achilles) is getting back to full fitness but won't be ready just yet. Connor Roberts has suffered a minor setback - thigh injury - and he has some way to go following groin surgery. "There are a few knocks with other players but nothing too major." Josh Brownhill is expected to be in contention after missing out in the Carabao Cup because of a dead leg. "He has got a chance," confirmed Sean Dyche. "He is on the grass with us today." Maxwel Cornet continues to impress: "You are looking to add players who can affect the group in a positive way. He's had a good start and has handled things very well. He seems to be enjoying the group and the training. We want him to not only perform but rub off on others." Watford: Daniel Bachmann is a fitness doubt ahead of this weekend's Premier League clash with Newcastle. The goalkeeper was named on the bench at Molineux (GW5) after complaining of knee pain, and he is currently taking part in modified training sessions. Ben Foster is likely to get the nod. Kiko Femenía has returned to full training and João Pedro comes into the managers' thinking for the first time this season. Peter Etebo returns after missing out against his parent club in the Carabao Cup. Southampton: Hasenhüttl confirms Jack Stephens could be side-lined for up to three months. “With Jack, 10 to 12 weeks maybe, so we need every centre-back. A long-term injury is always a blow to us. The tendon on the knee is disrupted, I don’t know how long, but it will take time.” Leeds United: Diego Llorente, Robin Koch and Patrick Bamford are not available for the visit of West Ham. "I'm not sure on any others," revealed Marcelo Bielsa. Therefore the status of Raphinha and Luke Ayling remains unclear. "I couldn't tell you either way. Players are subject to the evolution." Pascal Struijk serves the final game of his ban, but Jack Harrison is available following COVID-19. "With regards to the protocol, he would be in a condition to play, but just because the rules say that he can, doesn't mean that he is ready."