Leeds opened the weekend with a 3-0 win at Aston Villa last night as Patrick Bamford scored a hat-trick.

This is how the rest of the Prem programme looks, through to two games on Monday.


12.30pm: West Ham v Man City (BT Sport).

Said Benrahma is likely to start on the bench for West Ham after his arrival from Brentford.

Pep Guardiola was very cryptic when asked whether Kevin De Bruyne, Aymeric Laporte and Nathan Ake would be back from injury but Fernandinho, Gabriel Jesus and Benjamin Mendy are all out.

3pm: Fulham v Crystal Palace (BT Sport PPV).

Two sides struggling for form although both come into the match off the back of draws. Fulham are still without new recruit Joachim Andersen, who sustained damage to his ankle ligaments just days after signing. Kenny Tete, Terence Kongolo and Josh Onomah remain sidelined.

The Argus:

Palace will be without Jack Butland and Jordan Ayew, who are currently self-isolating after testing positive for coronavirus, and Gary Cahill is also out with an injury picked up against Albion on Sunday.

5.30pm: Manchester Utd v Chelsea (Sky Sports).

Thw two teams who have won at the Amex this term meet at Old Trafford. United, in 15th place and two points above Albion, could add Harry Maguire, Mason Greenwood and new boy Edinson Cavani to their squad but Anthony Martial serves the second game of a three-match domestic ban. Jesse Lingard and Eric Bailly will be out for the next few weeks through injury.

Kepa Arrizabalaga has picked up a shoulder injury although Edouard Mendy has been confirmed as Chelsea’s No.1 anyway. Thiago Silva and Christian Pulisic will both be fit to travel after shaking off niggles.

8pm: Liverpool v Sheff Utd (Sky Sports PPV).

Jurgen Klopp declined to reveal whether Alisson Becker, Thiago Alcantara, Naby Keita or centre-back Joel Matip would be fit but Fabinho could face a very different test as stand-in for Virgil Van Dijk at centre-back after doing well at Ajax in midweek.

Record signing Rhian Brewster could make his full debut for Sheffield United against his former club. The 20-year-old striker, who joined the Blades earlier this month in a deal that could be worth up to £23 million.


2pm: Southampton v Everton (Sky Sports).

Southampton will have midfielder Stuart Armstrong available again following a positive Covid-19 test, but on-loan Theo Walcott is not eligible to face parent club Everton. Moussa Djenepo continues his recovery from a hamstring problem.

Everton playmaker James Rodriguez has not been ruled out. He sustained significant bruising in the Merseyside derby but will be assessed today. Richarlison begins a three-match suspension for his red card against Liverpool.

4.30pm: Wolves v Newcastle (Sky Sports).

Wolves have several knocks to check on and a rather longer-term problem for Jonny Otto (knee), who is not expected to return until the new year.

Newcastle head coach Steve Bruce will make a late call over keeper Karl Darlow as he battles an abdominal injury. Summer signing Mark Gillespie is on stand-by to make a league debut for the club. Midfielder Matt Ritchie (shoulder) and striker Dwight Gayle (knee) are still out.

7.15pm: Arsenal v Leicester (Sky Sports PPV).

Arsenal will be hopeful of having both Willian and Dani Ceballos fit after they sat our Europa League action with only minor knocks.

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers remains hopeful Jamie Vardy will be fit, having missed the last two games with a calf problem. Caglar Soyuncu, Youri Tielemans, Daniel Amartey and Ricardo Pereira are all on the injured list.


The Argus:

5.30pm: Albion v West Brom (Sky Sports PPV).

Danny Welbeck could make his Albion debut at some stage but Alireza Jahanbakhsh (hamstsring) looks set to miss out while Lewis Dunk starts a three-match ban. Steven Alzate, pictured, could return in midfield.

West Brom will be without midfielder Sam Field due to a twisted knee.Hal Robson-Kanu remains sidelined with a broken wrist.

8pm: Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports).

Erik Pieters is a doubt for Burnley after picking up a groin injury in the goalless draw against West Brom and could be replaced by Matt Lowton who has made a good recovery from an ankle injury. Phil Bardsley remains absent having tested positive for coronavirus while Ben Mee (thigh) and Jack Cork (foot) are longer-term absentees.

The Argus:

Tottenham will hope to have Eric Dier back after he missed the last two games with a hamstring injury. Gareth Bale, pictured, could start.