2nd Placed Manchester United will be looking to erase some of the 13-point gap between 1st and 2nd as they take on Burnley at Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho is still without a host of players including Antonio Valencia, Michael Carrick, Marouane Fellaini and Eric Bailly, while Chris Smalling is doubtful after suffering a groin injury late in Saturdays 2-2 draw with Leicester.
The Visitors will be looking to continue their recent form, but will be without the suspended James Tarkowski, while Chris woods and Stephen Ward are rated as doubtful, Woods suffered an injury after colliding with Tottenham’s keeper Lloris Hugo in their 3-0 loss to Tottenham, while Ward has a knee injury. There could be a return for Matt Lowton who was an unused substitute on Saturday after recovering from a knee injury that as kept him out for the last Five games.
3rd placed Chelsea will have their leading goal scorer this season, striker Alvaro Morata back after he missed the weekends goaless draw with Everton and completed his one game suspension as they take on Brighton at Stamford Bridge as they look to close the gap on second placed Manchester United.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has reported no new injury concerns is still without midfielder David Luiz (knee) and midfielder Charly Musonda (groin).
Bristol on the other hand will be without loan forward Izzy Brown as he is ineligible to play against his parent club, he joins defender Steve Sidwell (back) on the side lines. However, there could be a return for Shane Duffy who has suffered his one match suspension and is in line for a recall.