Arsenal will take a short break from their last-minute transfer negotiations as they travel to the Liberty Stadium to take on Swansea in one of tonight’s premier league fixtures.
New recruit from Manchester United Henrikh Mkhitaryan is expected to be given his debut following his move south last week, while another player who has question marks over his immediate future with the Gunners Oliver Giroud could also be involved after recovering from a hamstring injury, while Danny Welbeck and Santi Cazorla will defiantly miss out.
For the home team, midfielder Renato Sanches is side lined after pulling up with a hamstring injury during Saturdays F.A Cup game against Notts County. On the plus side there is a recall for defender Federico Fernandez who has been passed fit after missing Saturdays game with a nose injury.
Huddersfield may have midfielder Danny Williams out for tonight’s visit of Liverpool after he was forced off with a dead leg during Saturdays FA Cup draw with Birmingham and will be assessed during the day before being ruled out. There is better news regarding defender Terence Kongolo is expected to play after recovering from a knock he got in the same game.
Huddersfield boss David Wagner could also recall Jonas Lossl, Aaron Mooy, Alex Pritchard and Christopher Schindler after the quartet missed Saturdays game.
For the visitors, they could have skipper Jordan Henderson in the starting line up for the first time in 2018 after he successfully return to the field from the substitute bench at the weekend. Henderson had missed the last four weeks with a hamstring problem.
This could be the only change to the team after their shock loss to West Brom at the weekend, with midfielder Adam Lallana and defender Ragnar Klavan not yet ready to return from their perspective injuries.
West Ham will be without Arthur Masuaku for their home game against Crystal Palace tonight, after he was banned for 6 weeks following his red card for spitting during their FA Cup defeat to Wigan at the weekend.
Also missing is Pedro Obiang who joined a long list of first team mates on the side lines after he suffered a knee injury during the game against Wigan.
On a more positive note new signing Joao Mario is in line to make his debut, while Mark Noble and Michail Antonio are both expected to return to action.
For Palace, they are still without England International Ruben Loftus Cheek and Jeffrey Schlupp while new signings Erdal Rakip and Jaroslaw Jach will have to wait a bit longer for their debuts.
However, they will be boosted by the return of Mamadou Sakho, Joel Ward and Yohan Cabaye. after the trio were all cleared to return from injury.