Manchester United: Fernandes is a doubt for the north-west derby. "Games like Wednesday will always bring knocks and bruises," said Ole. "We have two or three, but I hope I can pick from a fit squad. Bruno might be a doubt, but he's doing everything he can to be fit." Fred is also struggling with a hamstring issue, and Marcus Rashford suffered a dead leg. "Sometimes it can take longer than what you want. But if we treat it well, he should be okay." Anthony Martial has been working with the group since the beginning of the week, but he wasn't fit enough to face Atalanta. "Hopefully, he's come through today and let's see how he is tomorrow." Watford: Joshua King is in contention to face his former side after missing the loss to Liverpool with a knee injury. However, Kiko Femenía is a doubt after sustaining a knock above the hip. The right-back has been receiving treatment since last Saturday, and a late decision will be taken. Francisco Sierralta continues to make "good progress", and he hopes to be training with the squad by the end of next week. Christian Kabasele continues to work on the initial phase of his rehabilitation programme. Peter Etebo remains out long-term, and Nicolas Nkoulou is building up towards match fitness. Leicester City: "Timothy Castagne, who wasn't involved [at Spartak], should be okay," confirmed Brendan Rodgers. Ayoze Perez is also back after missing the Europa League tie through illness. Marc Albrighton has been ruled out after a "horrendous challenge" late on in Moscow. "He's probably going to be two to three weeks out, which is a shame for him because he's such an important player for us." Youri Tielemans "looks to be fine" following a lower back spasm, and Jonny Evans is coping after returning to the side. "He was excellent the other night, and we got him off when we felt we could. He had a little bit of soreness towards the end of the game, actually not in his foot. It was in his lower back, which he felt a little bit in the Manchester United game." Crystal Palace: Wilfried Zaha will return to the squad after missing the 2-2 draw with Arsenal because of illness. Eberechi Eze is training with the team, but he is still a "couple of weeks away" while Nathan Ferguson is working outside. "No [other issues]. We are looking good," said Patrick Vieira. Liverpool: Curtis Jones took part in light training ahead of the Champions League game in Madrid, and the midfielder has continued to build-up his fitness. "What's clear is that Curtis will train with us [today]; that's the plan," said Jurgen Klopp. Thiago Alcantara is running again, "which is a good sign," although there are no guarantees he will return before the break. "But for sure, after it. We will see." Burnley: Sean Dyche says he will make late decisions on Charlie Taylor, Matej Vydra, and Ben Mee as the Clarets head into a three-game week with Leeds in the Carabao Cup scheduled for Wednesday. "They're all close," he told reporters. Dale Stephens has stepped up his recovery from ankle surgery and is now training outside on the grass. Leeds United: Luke Ayling and Patrick Bamford have been ruled out of the next two games, but Raphinha is back after his late return from international duty kept him out of the Southampton fixture. Robin Koch will remain sidelined for at least another month following surgery in the United States. And despite training, Marcelo Bielsa is not prepared to risk Kalvin Phillips. "At this stage, he has done sessions for recovery and physical prep, and progressive work with the ball. To think of him for Saturday would be too soon before his best." Spaniard Junior Firpo could overcome a muscle issue in time to face Norwich next weekend. Southampton: James Ward-Prowse serves the second game of his three-match ban. Meanwhile, Will Smallbone is building fitness with the U23s after recovering from a ruptured ACL. The 21-year-old played his first 90 minutes against Wolves on Monday night. Che Adams has been spotted on the training pitches following a muscle problem, but Jack Stephens remains sidelined. Everton: "We have some issues but, little-by-little, we are bringing back some players," Rafa Benitez told reporters on Friday. Richarlison has been training. "He has been okay. Obviously, match fitness is an issue. But he is happy, and he is available." It could be late November before Dominic Calvert-Lewin is in contention following a setback in his recovery from a quadriceps strain. "It depends on how he reacts to the treatment. We will not see him for four or five weeks, maybe. I don't like to put a timeframe on it." Yerry Mina will also miss the game through injury. "He was playing three games, 90 minutes, with the national team. Coming back, he has to follow the COVID rules, and he felt a little bit in his hamstring the other day, so he will not be available. This is what we have now with so many trips and rules they have to follow." Andre Gomes and Fabian Delph are all close to a return. Brighton and Hove Albion: Adam Webster stands an "outside chance" of making the squad following his recovery from a hamstring strain. "He's had a good week," revealed Graham Potter. Danny Welbeck and Steven Alzate remain sidelined, "but everyone else is available for selection." Tariq Lamptey is closing in on full fitness after 30 minutes at Norwich last weekend, but it sounds as if the wing-back won't be considered just yet. "[He] responded really well. He was excited to be on the pitch; he enjoyed it. He's got a lot of work to do; we just need to keep helping him get back to the Tariq Lamptey we all know."