Stoke City v Manchester City (Saturday, 15.00)
Manchester City 4/6
Ness (groin), Sidibe (groin), Etherington (hamstring)
Stoke City's newest signing Michael Owen says he is 'fit enough' to make his debut against Manchester City.
The 32 year-old was released by Manchester Utd at the end of the season and will hope to play a role against the side which he scored an injury time winner in the Manchester Derby.
Meanwhile, manager Tony Pulis has expressed frustration that Stoke's other major signing Charlie Adam has been unable to take part in training. Adam went straight on international duty after making his debut against Wigan.
Stoke have won just one of their last 14 Premier League matches (W1 D9 L4).
Aston Villa v Swansea (Saturday, 15.00)
Aston Villa 11/8
Bennett (ankle), Carrutherrs (ankle), Gardner (knee), Dunne (groin), Albrighton (foot)
Aston Villa will be hoping for their first win of the season when they host Swansea City on Saturday.
Villa's only point came in a spirited 1-1 draw at Newcastle which showed some signs that Paul Lambert's vision for the club is starting to take effect with a number of youngsters impressing.
Swansea took four points off Villa last season, winning 2-0 in Birmingham - their first ever win at Villa Park in eight visits.
The Villans are without a Premier League win in 13 matches, drawing six and losing seven in that run.
Fulham v West Brom(Saturday, 15.00)
West Brom 13/5
Lukaku (ankle/foot), Gera (knock), Reid (hamstring), Thomas (knee)
If results go their way West Brom could find themselves atop the Premier League for the first time since 1979.
But Steve Clarke's side have not beaten Fulham at Craven Cottage since 1967.
Fulham's 2010 player of the year and current West Brom player, Zoltan Gera, will hope to play his first game against his former club since rejoining the Baggies.
Steve Clarke has 15 players returning healthy from the international break. Macedonian Goran Popov, on a season-long loan from Dynamo Kiev, is in line for a first start.