Tuesday 8th February
Newcastle United 19:45 Everton
Three games this Tuesday, the first of which takes place at 7:45pm between Newcastle United and Everton. Newcastle are 19th but in better form than Frank Lampard's Everton who are in 16th. The Toffees won in the FA Cup, the Magpies had the weekend off. DCL is reportedly injured. Richie and Wilson still out for Newcastle, Joelinton is back though.
West Ham United 19:45 Watford
The second 7:45pm game features 5th place West Ham United against Watford who lie 18th. The Hammers poor league form almost followed them into the FA Cup but they scraped through against Kidderminster. Lanzini likely to miss out, Fabianski and Antonio possible doubts. Roy Hodgson's Watford record a nil-nil draw with Burnley at the weekend. Sarr is fit and back from AFCON but won't feature.
Burnley 20:00 Manchester United
The final Tuesday match kicks off at 8pm and is Burnley v Manchester United at Turf Moor. Burnley played out a 0-0 draw with Watford last time out. Barnes may be back, Vydra still out. Man Utd were dumped out of the FA Cup on Friday by Middlesbrough so will be looking for a victory here. Telles and Fred out with illness, Bruno knocked and Sancho fatigued.
Wednesday 9th February
Manchester City 19:45 Brentford
Wednesday has four matches, the first of which kicks off at 7:45pm and is Manchester City versus Brentford. Man City recorded a comfortable win at the weekend with Mahrez with a brace on his return from AFCON. Jesus has a niggle after his return from Brazil. Brentford are on a poor run of form, losing at the weekend to FFL's Everton. Wissa and Mbeumo out with illness.
Norwich City 19:45 Crystal Palace
Next up this Wednesday, Norwich City against Crystal Palace at Carrow Road. Norwich are out of the bottom three after recent back to back wins. They also won in the FA Cup against Wolves. Krul still out. Palace won comfortably in the Cup on Saturday, Olise has hit a good run of form of late. McArthur and Tomkins may feature.
Tottenham Hotspur 19:45 Southampton
The final 7:45pm kick off is between Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton. Spurs were victorious in the FA Cup at the weekend and have Kane back blowing the doors off. Dier has a thigh injury, Skipp groin, Tanganga knee. Southampton are 12th and in variable form, the scraped through in the Cup on Saturday. Lyanco and Tella out, Broja a doubt.
Aston Villa 20:00 Leeds United
At 8pm we have Stevie G's Aston V against Leeds United at Villa Park. Aston Villa had the weekend off having been knocked out of the Cup in the previous round. No new injuries to report for the mighty Villa. Leeds are 15th having picked up 6 points from a possible 15. Again they had a free weekend. Raphinha nursing a knock after returning from Brazil.
Thursday 10th February
Liverpool 19:45 Leicester City
Two Thursday games, both kicking off at 7:45pm, the first is at Anfield between Liverpool v Leicester City. The Reds won at the weekend, a comfortable victory over Cardiff but new signing Luis Diaz suffered a gashed knee. Will Salah feature after his AFCON adventure? 10th place Leicester were dumped out of the Cup by Nottingham Forest. Quite a few defensive injuries in the Foxes ranks.
Wolverhampton Wanderers 19:45 Arsenal
The final game of this set of midweek fixtures is Wolverhampton Wanderers against Arsenal at Molineux. Wolves lost against the Canaries at the weekend but their League form is good. Traore has joined Barcelona on loan. The Gunners had the weekend off so will be well rested. No Aubameyang any more. Tomiyasu out injured again.
No games for Chelsea or Brighton.
Next fixtures at the weekend.