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Jamaal Lascelles (D)  Newcastle United
Lascelles is eligible to face Chelsea on Saturday after serving a one-match red-card ban.
Fabricio Coloccini (D)  Newcastle United
Coloccini played Saturday's match against West Brom with a swollen knee, the Chronicle reports.
Daryl Janmaat (D)  Newcastle United
Janmaat should be able to play Saturday against Chelsea despite dealing with dead leg, the Chronicle reports.
Sam Byram (D)  West Ham United
Byram could become the starter at right back, with James Tomkins out for 2-to-4 weeks with a calf injury.
James Tomkins (D)  West Ham United
Tomkins is expected to be out for up to four weeks after suffering a calf injury during the warmup before Saturday's match against Southampton. "James Tomkins got injured in the Southampton game, he felt it before the warm up but he said he was OK," manager Slaven Bilic said Monday. "At half-time he said he was OK but shortly after that it went, it’s a calf injury. He has a scan this morning, so after that we’ll know more. It’s probably a few weeks if we are lucky, maybe more. It’ll be two to four weeks."
Cameron Brannagan (M)  Liverpool
Brannagan will not play in Tuesday's FA Cup match against West Ham due to an illness, manager Jurgen Klopp said Monday.
Daniel Sturridge (F)  Liverpool
Sturridge, who was available off the bench Saturday against Sunderland after recovering from a hamstring injury, is expected to play during Tuesday's FA Cup match with West Ham, manager Jurgen Klopp said Monday.
Divock Origi (F)  Liverpool
Origi (knee) is expected to play during Tuesday's FA Cup match against West Ham, manager Jurgen Klopp said Monday.
Philippe Coutinho (M)  Liverpool
Coutinho (hamstring) will feature during Tuesday's FA Cup match against West Ham, manager Jurgen Klopp said Monday.
Phil Jones (D)  Manchester United
Jones played nearly an hour for United's U-21 side on Monday as he continues to work his way back from an ankle injury.
Guillermo Varela (D)  Manchester United
Varela picked up a knock during United's U-21 match Monday.
Adnan Januzaj (M)  Manchester United
Januzaj suffered a hamstring injury during a U-21 match Monday.
Kurt Zouma (D)  Chelsea
Zouma will undergo surgery this week after suffering a torn ACL during Sunday's match against Manchester United.
Lionel Messi (F)  Barcelona
Messi is expected to undergo surgery Tuesday to address a persistent kidney problem, Sport reports.
Sergio Aguero (F)  Manchester City
Manchester City are hoping to extend Aguero's contract with the club a further year to keep him with the side until 2020, reports the Daily Mail.
Declan Rudd (G)  Norwich City
Rudd recorded just one save in the 2-0 loss to Aston Villa on Saturday.
Jordan Veretout (M)  Aston Villa
Veretout had an assist on two key passes and one shot off target in the 2-0 win over Norwich on Saturday.
Carles Gil (M)  Aston Villa
Gil tallied an assist on one key pass and added two shots (both off target), six crosses and two dribbles in the 2-0 win over Norwich on Saturday.

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