Robin van Persie will be fit to face Wigan tomorrow. Shinji Kagawa missed Japan's World Cup qualifier against Iraq but Alex Ferguson is hopeful that he will be fit. Wayne Rooney is still out due to a gash to his leg.
Arenal's first choice goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is available for selection again while Theo Walcott is a doubt after missing England's midweek game due to a virus. Abou Diaby is also a doubt due to a knee knock.
Swansea's Neil Taylor is out for the season after breaking his ankle against Sunderland while Chico Flores is suspended following a red card in the same game. ben Davies and Alan Tate are expected to come into the Swansea defence.
John Terry and Ashley Cole are both fit for Chelsea after ankle problems kept them out of England's game midweek.
Anton Ferdinand is available for QPR while Julio Cesar will challenge Robert Green as starting goalkeeper.
Sergio Aguero could be available for Man City after being out since the opening weekend. Mario Balotelli is also available following eye surgery. Gareth Barry and Micah Richards are both still out.
Matthew Etherington, Michael Owen, Steven Nzonzi, Maurice Edu and Charlie Adam will all be ready to start for Stoke.
Dimitar Berbatov could make his first start for Fulham while Bryan Ruiz is available following a hamstring problem.
West Ham are likely to replace the injured Andy Carroll with Carlton Cole while Matt Jarvis is back after injury.
Jose Enrique is a doubt for Liverpool with a knee injury while Joe Allen has recovered from an illness he contracted while on duty with Wales.
Adam Johnson missed both England games during the international break and is a doubt for Sunderland.
Tom Huddlestone is available for Spurs after his red card against Norwich was rescinded.
Everton midfielder Darron Gibson is out for five weeks with a thigh injury.