Team news for this weekend's Premier League fixtures

 

Man City v Sunderland

Odds: Home 2-7 Draw 9-2 Away 10-1

Kick-off Today, 12.45pm (Sky Sports 2; Highlights BBC 1, 10.30pm)

Team news Javi Garcia (thigh) and Yaya Touré are doubts for Manchester City, but Joleon Lescott could return. Sunderland may recall Carlos Cuellar, although Lee Cattermole remains suspended.

Chelsea v Norwich

Odds: Home 2-9 Draw 11-2 Away 11-1

Kick-off Today, 3pm (Highlights BBC 1, 10.30pm)

Team news Daniel Sturridge (hamstring) remains out for Chelsea but should be fit to return after the international break. Norwich hope to welcome back defender Sébastien Bassong (hamstring) and midfielder Anthony Pilkington (back).

Swansea v Reading

Odds: Home 10-11 Draw 13-5 Away 3-1

Kick-off Today, 3pm (Highlights BBC 1, 10.30pm)

Team news Ashley Williams (illness) is expected to be available for Swansea, although Kemy Agustien (calf) is out. Reading have no new concerns, with goalkeeper Adam Federici (knee) remaining out and Mikele Leigertwood (leg) a doubt.

West Bromwich v QPR

Odds: Home 5-6 Draw 11-4 Away 16-5

Kick-off Today, 3pm (Highlights BBC 1, 10.30pm)

Team news Peter Odemwingie returns from a ban for West Bromwich, but Billy Jones (knee) and Chris Brunt (hamstring) miss out. QPR miss Fabio (ham-string); Jose Bosingwa, Anton Ferdinand and Armand Traore are doubts and Samba Diakité is banned.

Wigan v Everton

Odds: Home 16-5 Draw 12-5 Away 10-11

Kick-off Today, 3pm (Highlights BBC 1, 10.30pm)

Team news Jordi Gomez is available for Wigan after having his red card at Sunderland last weekend rescinded. Antolin Alcaraz (groin) should also return. Everton will give late tests to Steven Naismith (calf), while Tony Hibbert and Darron Gibson are still out.

West Ham v Arsenal

Odds: Home 3-1 Draw 13-5 Away 10-11

Kick-off Today, 5.30pm (ESPN; Highlights BBC 1, 10.30pm)

Team news Andy Carroll could return to the starting line-up for West Ham, while Winston Reid and Joey O'Brien are doubts. Arsenal hope to recall Per Mertesacker (virus); Abou Diaby (thigh) is out.

Southampton v Fulham

Odds: Home 8-5 Draw 12-5 Away 7-4

Kick-off Tomorrow, 1.30pm (Sky Sports 1; Highlights BBC 1, 10.25pm)

Team news Morgan Schneiderlin (knee) returns for Southampton, although Jack Cork (knee) remains out. Mladen Petric (calf) is doubtful for Fulham, who will also be without Dimitar Berbatov (thigh).

Liverpool v Stoke

Odds: Home 4-9 Draw 10-3 Away 13-2

Kick-off Tomorrow, 3pm (Highlights BBC 1, 10.25pm)

Team news Jonjo Shelvey misses out for Liverpool through suspension, while Jose Enrique (knee) and Joe Cole (hamstring) may be short of fitness. Stoke have a fully fit squad, with only Andy Wilkinson out as he serves the final game of a three-match ban.

Tottenham v Aston Villa

Odds: Home 4-9 Draw 10-3 Away 13-2

Kick-off Tomorrow, 3pm (Highlights BBC 1, 10.25pm)

Team news Emmanuel Adebayor (hamstring) returns for Spurs, who will make changes from Thursday's draw in Greece. Aston Villa have no new concerns, with Stephen Ireland (arm) and Richard Dunne (groin) out. Darren Bent is pressing for a start.

Newcastle v Man United

Odds: Home 3-1 Draw 11-4 Away 10-11

Kick-off Tomorrow, 4pm (Sky Sports 1; Highlights BBC 1, 10.25pm)

Team news Newcastle will recall a number of players rested for Thursday's win over Bordeaux, while Rob Elliot (groin) is out. Ryan Giggs and Michael Carrick return for Manchester United.

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