Jose Reyes will return to the Arsenal starting line-up as Dennis Bergkamp is ruled out through injury.
Freddie Ljungberg is still sidelined with a rib injury and Sylvain Wiltord, Jeremie Aliadiere and Kanu are still missing.
James Beattie should return for Southampton in place of Kevin Phillips.
David Prutton is banned and Claus Lundekvam, Neil McCann and Matthew Oakley are injured while Chris Baird is on standby to replace Jason Dodd.
Arsenal (from): Lehmann, Stack, Lauren, Toure, Campbell, Cygan, Keown, Cole, Clichy, Vieira, Gilberto Silva, Edu, Parlour, Pires, Reyes, Henry, Bentley.
Southampton (from): Niemi, Dodd, M.Svensson, Higginbotham, Le Saux, Telfer, Delap, A.Svensson, Pahars, Beattie, Ormerod, Baird, Fernandes, Hall, Delgado, Griffit, Tessem, Smith.
Leeds caretaker-boss Eddie Gray could be without Jermaine Pennant and Eirik Bakke, with both players rated "slightly better than 50-50".
Defenders Michael Duberry, who has a rib injury, and Lucas Radebe, who has a hamstring problem, are again out.
Wolves manager Dave Jones is likely to name an unchanged side from the one that lost to league leaders Arsenal.
Paul Ince is still suspended and Shaun Newton is not expected to shake off his knee injury in time for the match.
Leeds (from): Robinson, Kelly, Harte, Morris, Camara, Caldwell, Barmby, Viduka, Pennant, McPhail, Smith, Bakke, Johnson, Matteo, Lennon, Domi, Richardson, Kilgallon, Milner, Carson.
Wolves (from): Jones; Irwin, Naylor, Butler, Craddock, Rae, Cameron, Kennedy, Miller, Ganea, Cort, Iversen, Newton, Clyde, Silas, Gudjonsson, Luzhny, Oakes.
Leicester defender Nikos Dabizas will be available after missing Saturday's defeat at Newcastle.
Steffen Freund will make his home debut but Micky Adams will be without Billy McKinlay, Peter Canero and Lee Morris.
Steve Howey is unavailable for Bolton as part of a contractual agreement with his former club Leicester.
Jon Otsemobor is likely to step in for the suspended Nicky Hunt while Per Frandsen and Stelios Giannakopoulos are both doubtful with injuries.
Leicester (from): Walker, Impey, Scimeca, Taggart, Thatcher, Scowcroft, Freund, Davidson, Guppy, Dickov, Bent, Sinclair, Ferdinand, Stewart, Hignett, Coyne, Dabizas.
Bolton (from): Jaaskelainen, Otsemobor, Barness, Thome, N'Gotty, Charlton, Giannakopoulos, Campo, Frandsen, Nolan, Djorkaeff, Davies, Pedersen, Poole, Moreno, Ba, Pezzarossi.
Birmingham midfielders David Dunn (hamstring) and Stephen Clemence (calf) are doubtful.
Christophe Dugarry could return to the starting line-up, while new signing Martin Taylor is in the squad.
Everton duo Gary Naysmith and Wayne Rooney should return to the starting line-up for the trip to St Andrews.
Jamie McFadden is available again but Kevin Campbell, David Weir and Richard Wright are all injured and Li Tie and Joseph Yobo are on international duty.
Birmingham (from): Maik Taylor, Tebily, Purse, Cunningham, Kenna, Johnson, Savage, Hughes, Lazaridis, Forssell, John, Morrison, Dugarry, Clapham, Bennett, Upson, Martin Taylor.
Everton (from): Martyn, Hibbert, Stubbs, Unsworth, Naysmith, Pistone, Rooney, Gravesen, Carsley, Kilbane, Radzinski, Ferguson, Jeffers, Watson, Simonsen, Linderoth, Clarke.
Blackburn striker Jon Stead is expected to make his home debut.
Norwegian midfielder Martin Andresen is included in the first team squad for the first time since joining on loan.
Newcastle are sweating on the fitness of defender Jonathan Woodgate and winger Laurent Robert, who have groin and knee injuries respectively.
Titus Bramble is set to replace Woodgate, Kieron Dyer and Jermaine Jenas are expected to be fit but Andy Griffin is sidelined (Achilles tendon).
Blackburn (from): Friedel, Enckelman, Neill, Short, Babbel, Gray, Gresko, Johansson, Emerton, Flitcroft, Todd, Douglas, Stead, Cole, Yorke, Gallagher, Andresen, Jansen, Tugay.
Newcastle (from): Given, Harper, Hughes, Bernard, Elliott, Woodgate, O'Brien, Bramble, Speed, Robert, Jenas, Dyer, Bowyer, Viana, Ambrose, Shearer, Bellamy, Ameobi, Bridges
Charlton's Jason Euell could return from a bruised foot, while Carlton Cole is available again.
Jerome Thomas could make his debut and Graham Stuart has shaken off a stomach bug, while Shaun Bartlett may return.
Tottenham will be without Darren Anderton, who was close to making a comeback after injury but who must now serve a one-match suspension.
Defender Mauricio Taricco is set to return after missing the last three matches with a bruised foot.
Charlton (from): Kiely, Kishishev, Fish, Perry, Hreidarsson, Stuart, Young, Holland, Euell, Konchesky, Johansson, di Canio, Fortune, Bartlett, Jensen, Thomas, Hughes, Leite.
Tottenham (from): Keller, Carr, Gardner, Richards, Taricco, King, Ricketts, Keane, Dalmat, Poyet, Brown, Defoe, Jackson, Davies, Bunjevcevic, Doherty, Kelly, Ziege, Yeates, Postiga, Burch.
Fulham captain Lee Clark is battling an Achilles injury, but Alain Goma should overcome his hamstring strain.
Facundo Sava, Collins John, Jerome Bonnissel, Dean Leacock and Elvis Hammond all remain sidelined and Mark Pembridge is not ready to return.
Aston Villa's Ronny Johnsen is poised to deputise for Dion Dublin, who has picked up a groin problem.
Mark Delaney and Peter Whittingham are available after bans, while Gavin McCann is suspended again.
Fulham (from): Van der Sar, Volz, Knight, Bocanegra, Pearce, Djetou, Malbranque, Davis, Clark, Goma, Boa Morte, McBride, Hayles, Petta, Crossley, Inamoto, Legwinski
Preview: Fulham v Aston Villa
Lee Clark is battling an Achilles injury ahead of Fulham's clash with Aston Villa at Loftus Road.
He suffered the injury in Saturday's goalless draw at Southampton and was substituted midway through the second half.
Cottagers boss Chris Coleman hopes Alain Goma overcomes his hamstring strain but is without Facundo Sava (calf) and Collins John (ankle).
Jerome Bonnissel, Dean Leacock and Elvis Hammond remain sidelined but Mark Pembridge is near to a first-team return.
Villa's Ronny Johnsen has been placed on alert to take over from Dion Dublin, who picked up a groin problem against Leeds last weekend. Johnsen scored his first goal for Villa against Leeds when he replaced Dublin.
Villa are boosted by the return of Mark Delaney and Peter Whittingham. The duo missed the win over Leeds as they were both serving one-match suspensions.
Delaney will replace Ulises De La Cruz with Whittingham set to take a place on the bench.
Gavin McCann will be missing again as he serves the second game of a five-match suspension.
Liverpool are set to be unchanged because Chris Kirkland, Emile Heskey and Vladimir Smicer are all still a week or so away from comebacks.
Florent Sinama-Pongolle is pushing for a place in the starting line-up but Milan Baros is not ready for a return.
Manchester City's Nicolas Anelka is likely to miss out on a return to Anfield with a groin strain.
Trevor Sinclair is back from a minor knock and Richard Dunne should be fit after recovering from a side strain.
Liverpool (from): Dudek, Finnan, Hyypia, Henchoz, Carragher, Kewell, Gerrard, Hamann, Le Tallec, Cheyrou, Owen, Pongolle, Luzi, Murphy, Riise, Biscan, Traore, Welsh.
Man City (from): James, Arason, Distin, van Buyten, Dunne, Wiekens, Jihai, Bosvelt, McManaman, Sinclair, Reyna, Wright-Phillips, Tarnat, Sibierski, Barton, Fowler, Macken, Anelka.
Manchester United will have the fit-again Ole Gunnar Solskjaer back for the first time since September.
Phil Neville is available after being left out at Everton on compassionate grounds following the premature birth of his second child.
Middlesbrough will again be without George Boateng (ankle) and defender Ugo Ehiogu (groin).
Jonathan Greening misses out with a thigh strain and Michael Ricketts will be absent with an Achilles problem.
Man Utd (from): Howard, Carroll, G Neville, Silvestre, Brown, O'Shea, Fortune, P Neville, Forlan, Ronaldo, Fletcher, Scholes, Butt, Keane, Solskjaer, Kleberson, Giggs, van Nistelrooy, Saha, Bellion.
Middlesbrough (from): Schwarzer, Jones, Mills, Queudrue, Davies, Southgate, Riggott, Cooper, Mendieta, Zenden, Doriva, Juninho, Downing, Parnaby, Maccarone, Nemeth, Job
Portsmouth's Teddy Sheringham is a doubt, but Petri Pasanen is fit after a virus and Dejan Stefanovic is available again after a two-match ban.
On-loan midfielder Alexei Smertin is ineligible to play, while Kevin Harper is still suspended.
Scott Parker returns after being exluded against Charlton, John Terry and Joe Cole return from suspension.
Claudio Ranieri also has Claude Makelele and Hernan Crespo available after injury.
Luton v Brighton
Luton have slight doubts over Matthew Spring (foot) and Kevin Foley (leg) but both are expected to be passed fit.
Adrian Forbes (knee) is still missing, while Alan Neilson (calf) and Paul Hughes (tibia) are not ready to return.
Brighton will be without injured pair Ben Roberts and John Piercy with ankle problems.
Nathan Jones is back after suspension, while goalkeeper Stuart Jones should make his full debut after replacing Roberts on Saturday.
Kidderminster v Cheltenham
Kidderminster are still without Kenny Coleman, who continues to nurse stomach and groin problems.
And Adam Willis is still suffering the after effects of whiplash sustained in a road accident.
Cheltenham hope to have Peter Hynes back after he received treatment on an ankle injury.
Shane Duff is a doubt after coming off injured against Macclesfield at the weekend, but manager John Ward is hoping he will make it.
Colchester v Southend
Colchester are without on-loan striker Craig Fagan as he begins a two-match suspension.
Fellow striker Jamie Cade is cup-tied, but on-loan Manchester United midfielder Paul Tierney is available.
Southend will be without Jay Smith after he was ruled out for the rest of the season with a fractured his ankle.
Michael Husbands and Jim Corbett may return after injury, while Tes Bramble could be in line for a start after coming off the bench at the weekend.
Blackpool v Sheff Wed
Blackpool's on-loan midfielder Tony Dinning is back from suspension.
But defenders Kirk Hilton, Chris Clarke, Tommy Jaszczun and Steve Davis are all still sidelined and Richard Walker is cup-tied.
Sheffield Wednesday are without the injured Mark Wilson and David Lucas, while Kevin Pressman and Alan Quinn are rated as "very doubtful".
Ola Tidman should play in goal, with Leigh Bromby recalled in defence and striker Guylain Ndumbu likely to start.
Preview: Telford Utd v Millwall
Telford boss Mick Jones is sweating on the fitness of injured defensive duo Trevor Challis and Matt Clarke ahead of the FA Cup fourth-round clash with Millwall.
Full-back Challis was forced off after just 27 minutes of the weekend's 1-0 Conference victory over Stevenage after a nasty collision with advertising boards.
He is now facing a race against time to make it back, along with Clarke who has an ankle injury, but Jones is confident both players will be fit.
Striker Lee Mills remains sidelined by an ankle injury of his own while centre-half Andy Wilkinson has been recalled from his loan by Stoke City.
Goalkeeper Willy Gueret will get a rare start for Millwall.
Gueret gets his chance because Tony Warner is out with a neck injury and on-loan keeper Andy Marshall did not sign in time to play.
Danny Dichio plays no part after returning to West Brom at the end of his loan spell, while John Sutton is also ineligible.
But Tim Cahill is back after serving a suspension originally meant to include this fixture, which has twice fallen foul of the weather.
David Livermore is an injury doubt with a minor knock to the leg but is expected to be fit. Neil Harris is fully recovered after a recent bout of flu.
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