John Terry expected to miss out on Saturday
Chelsea are likely to be without skipper John Terry when they host Wigan on Saturday.
Terry was forced out of the Champions League game with Benfica on Wednesday night complaining of breathing difficulties, after already playing several matches with broken ribs.
Wigan could welcome back Mohammed Diame, who has not played since Boxing Day, as they look to build on last week's win when they travel to Stamford Bridge
Young Swansea defender Steven Caulker will return to the starting 11 for Friday's match against Newcastle after sitting out the defeat to parent club Tottenham due to loan eligibility rules.
Danny Guthrie has been ruled out for the Magpies after suffering a calf injury in last week's win over Liverpool, while Fabricio Coloccini is still sidelined by his hamstring injury.
Russian hitman Pavel Pogrebnyak is a doubt for Fulham's clash with Bolton.
The striker injured his ankle against Norwich and the Cottagers are also without Andrew Johnson because of a thigh injury
Liverpool will start a run of three games without suspended goalkeeper Jose Reina when they host Aston Villa on Saturday.
The Spaniard has not missed a single league game for five years, and will be replaced by Doni or Brad Jones.
Aston Villa could welcome back Alan Hutton when they travel to Anfield, but Andreas Weimann is a doubt along with Charles N'Zogbia.
Nani has been training all week after missing the last four games and could feature for Manchester United against QPR on Sunday.
Rangers boss Mark Hughes is expected to name an unchanged team for the trip to Old Trafford after beating Arsenal last weekend.
Finally, Man City striker Sergio Aguero will also be fit for the trip to face Arsenal, according to Roberto Mancini, and could go straight into the team, with Mario Balotelli being relegated to the bench.
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