Fulham: "We’re looking okay [injury-wise]," Scott Parker told reporters on Friday. "Harrison (Reed) came in today with some light work," and as Fulham don't play until Monday, the midfielder could make the squad. Tom Cairney has joined the group and is "heading in the right direction", and there is still hope that he can feature before the end of the campaign. "Everyone else is fine." Burnley: Robbie Brady and Kevin Long remain out for the Clarets while Chris Wood looks to have recovered from the dead leg he suffered during the defeat to West Ham. "Dale Stephens is carrying a bit of a knock," but the midfielder trained on Thursday, and as long as there's no reaction over the weekend, he will be in contention for Fulham. Nick Pope is over his shoulder injury, and the goalkeeper is expected to start between the sticks. Crystal Palace: Wilfried Zaha was not amongst those players ruled out by Roy Hodgson: Connor Wickham, Nathan Ferguson or Mamadou Sakho. There was no mention of James McArthur either, who hasn't featured since January. "Strangely enough, at this stage we seem to be recovering a lot of players." Ferguson is expected to put a "miserable 18 months" behind him by joining the first team from next week if the Sports Science department clears him. James Tomkins and Nathaniel Clyne come into contention after playing for the Under-23s on Monday. Tyrick Mitchell hopes to retain his place in the side after making his first start since February against Champions-elect Manchester City last time out. "We've been very pleased with Tyrick - in particular I thought he was exceptionally good at the weekend. But he's not been blessed with staying fit consistently. The big thing will be to make sure he stays fit going forward and it's not going to be a case where we get excited about him and lose him again." Wolverhampton Wanderers: Willy Boly has been suffering from long-COVID, which resulted in an increased heart rate and fatigue, but Nuno reveals the centre-back has taken part in aspects of training. "He is much better. He is able to join part of the session, and he is getting better. We were concerned because we didn’t know what was happening. He is not available for Sunday but maybe after that." Joao Moutinho has shrugged off an ankle complaint, and he comes back into the reckoning. Meanwhile, there is still hope that Raul Jimenez can feature during the run-in. The striker will meet with a specialist later this month (18th): "From there, we will know exactly what will happen. He is totally fit but still precautions. [It's] an important day to move forward and make the right decisions." Leeds United: Marcelo Bielsa confirms Raphinha and Kalvin Phillips are being "evaluated" on a daily basis and a decision on their involvement will not be made until Saturday. There was no word on whether either player has trained fully which is typically a prerequisite for availability; however, ahead of GW34, the Argentine coach said that he got the "impression" that Raphinha was in the final stages of recovery, which suggests he should be close. Liam Cooper returns after serving a three-match ban, but Helder Costa will miss the final four fixtures due to the back injury he suffered against Manchester United. Everton: Everton have been boosted by the return of midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure who returns slightly ahead of schedule: "For this weekend, we have Doucoure back. After the injury that he had, he has recovered well," confirmed Ancelotti. "It is true; he is one of the most important players. With Doucoure, we have had some fantastic results - without him; we had more problems. It is really important [to have him back] because he showed fantastic quality. He has helped the team a lot when he has played." However, the Toffees will be without James Rodriguez because of a calf complaint. "He had a little problem in the warm-up before the game against Aston Villa. He didn’t train this week with the team; he trained alone. It is a little problem. He is starting his proper rehab, and he is going to train at the start of next week."