Brighton vs Leicester, Saturday 24th November, 15:00
Brighton expect to have midfielder Pascal Gross and defender Davy Propper available again following ankle problems for the Premier League match against Leicester.
Midfielder Dale Stephens starts a three-match suspension after his red card at Cardiff before the international break.
Winger Alireza Jahanbakhsh remains sidelined because of a hamstring strain.
Leicester striker Jamie Vardy faces a fight to be fit to play Brighton as he battles a groin injury.
The forward suffered the problem in the 0-0 draw with Burnley before the international break and will be assessed.
James Maddison (knee) has returned to training but Harry Maguire (knee) is out and Rachid Ghezzal (knock) is a doubt. Daniel Amartey remains sidelined for up to four months with a broken ankle.
Everton vs Cardiff, Saturday 24th November, 15:00
Everton midfielders Gylfi Sigurdsson and Andre Gomes and forward Ademola Lookman are all fit to face Cardiff on Saturday.
Sigurdsson did not even travel to join up with Iceland over the international break because of an ankle problem while Gomes returned early from Portugal's squad because of bruising to his leg.
Similarly, Lookman was sent home by England Under-21s after sustaining a minor knock but all three players have recovered.
Fulham vs Southampton, Saturday 24th November, 15:00
New Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri has two injury doubts ahead of his first game in charge at home to fellow Premier League strugglers Southampton.
Kevin McDonald (hamstring) remains sidelined with Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa also ruled out by Ranieri with an unspecified issue, although Joe Bryan should be fit enough to return to the squad following his own hamstring problem.
Fulham have lost their last six league games and have yet to name the same defensive line in consecutive matches this season, with Ranieri set to shuffle his pack in search of a winning formula.
Southampton are without the suspended Ryan Betrand for their visit to fellow Premier League strugglers Fulham.
The England left-back serves a one-match ban for collecting five bookings and will be replaced by Matt Targett, who helped Fulham into the top flight while on loan at Craven Cottage last season.
Danny Ings is a major doubt after picking up a knock in the home draw with Watford before the international break, but Moi Elyounoussi (hamstring) and Mario Lemina (thigh) should be available.
Man Utd vs Crystal Palace, Saturday 24th November, 15:00
Crystal Palace will welcome Wilfried Zaha back to their squad for the trip to Manchester United.
Zaha missed Palace's last game with Tottenham before the international break due to a hamstring injury but has now recovered, as has James Tomkins (knee).
Mamadou Sakho has shaken off a knock he picked up on international duty, but Christian Benteke, Connor Wickham, Joel Ward and Scott Dann are all out.
Watford vs Liverpool, Saturday 24th November, 15:00
Watford will have midfielder Etienne Capoue available for the Premier League match against Liverpool following suspension.
Defender Sebastian Prodl has also been training again following his leg problem so could be involved. Venezuela forward Adalberto Penaranda has received his work permit, but is not expected to be thrown straight into action.
Captain Jordan Henderson returns to Liverpool's squad for the trip to Watford.
The midfielder sustained a recurrence of a recently-healed hamstring injury and left England duty early but has recovered sufficiently to be included in the squad.
Adam Lallana is ruled out after a minor knock in training.
West Ham vs Man City, Saturday 24th November, 15:00
Andy Carroll and Jack Wilshere could be added to the West Ham squad to face Manchester City after spells out with ankle injuries.
Captain Mark Noble returns from suspension but fellow midfielder Robert Snodgrass serves a one-match ban.
Ryan Fredericks is out until the new year with a shin injury joining Manuel Lanzini, Winston Reid, Carlos Sanchez and Andriy Yarmolenko on the sidelines.
Manchester City will make two enforced changes for Saturday's trip to West Ham after losing Benjamin Mendy and Bernardo Silva to injury.
Left-back Mendy could be out for up to three months after undergoing knee surgery while playmaker Silva misses the game after suffering a knock on international duty.
Defender Nicolas Otamendi is available after a tendon problem but midfielder Kevin De Bruyne (knee) and goalkeeper Claudio Bravo (Achilles) remain on the sidelines.
Tottenham vs Chelsea, Saturday 24th November, 17:30
Jan Vertonghen will return to Tottenham contention for the Premier League clash with Chelsea.
The Belgium defender has been out for the last nine games with a hamstring injury and could be involved at Wembley, with Danny Rose (groin) nearing a return of his own.
Davinson Sanchez (hamstring), Kieran Trippier (groin) and Mousa Dembele (ankle) remain out.
Mateo Kovacic is expected to be in contention for Chelsea's Premier League clash with Tottenham at Wembley.
Croatia midfielder Kovacic is expected to shake off an ankle problem to come into considerations.
Blues head coach Maurizio Sarri has a number of undisclosed injury doubts following the international break.
Bournemouth vs Arsenal, Sunday 25th November, 13:30
Bournemouth striker Joshua King could return to contention for Sunday's home game against Arsenal.
King has missed the Cherries' last four Premier League games due to an ankle injury and will be assessed by manager Eddie Howe.
Full-back Adam Smith is definitely out and faces a long spell on the sidelines after sustaining a knee injury in the defeat at Newcastle before the international break.
Arsenal will be without a quartet of defenders for their Premier League trip to Bournemouth on Sunday.
While Sokratis Papastathopoulos has recovered from an ankle injury to give Unai Emery more options at the back, Laurent Koscielny (Achilles), Konstantinos Mavropanos (groin), Nacho Monreal and Stephan Lichtsteiner (both hamstring) are all still missing.
Danny Welbeck (ankle) is a long-term absentee but Mohamed Elneny is fit again following a thigh complaint.
Wolves vs Huddersfield, Sunday 25th November, 16:00
Huddersfield will be without defenders Mathias Jorgensen and Chris Lowe for Sunday's Premier League game at Wolves.
Centre-half Jorgensen sits out a one-game ban after reaching five yellow cards and left-back Lowe sustained a shoulder injury in the recent home draw against West Ham.
Jon Gorenc Stankovic and Erik Durm could fill the respective gaps, while midfielder Danny Williams has recovered from a long-term knee injury.