Bolton v Arsenal
David Seaman and Martin Keown have been passed fit for Arsenal.
Seaman has recovered from a stomach virus, while Keown has shrugged off a hamstring injury to partner Sol Campbell, who plays his final game of the campaign before starting a four-match ban.
Ashley Cole is also ready to face Bolton despite sustaining an ankle problem at Middlesbrough although Patrick Vieira, Francis Jeffers and Edu are still missing with knee injuries.
Arsenal (from): Seaman, Taylor, Warmuz, Cole, Lauren, Luzhny, Campbell, Keown, Cygan, Stepanovs, Gilberto Silva, Parlour, van Bronckhorst, Pires, Ljungberg, Wiltord, Toure, Henry, Bergkamp, Kanu.
Birmingham will check on the fitness of midfielder Robbie Savage and defender Kenny Cunningham.
Savage is troubled by an ankle problem and was heavily strapped for the Easter Monday triumph over Southampton.
Cunningham has a sore groin but, like Savage, went through the pain barrier to play two games in 48 hours.
Birmingham City (from): Bennett, Kenna, Cunningham, Upson, Clapham, D Johnson, Savage, Clemence, Hughes, Dugarry, Horsfield, Marriott, John, Lazaridis, Devlin, Purse, Carter, Swierczewski, Coly, M Johnson.
Juninho is a doubt for Middlesbrough after damaging a hamstring at West Ham.
Striker Malcolm Christie is included in the squad despite a niggling groin problem which is being closely monitored, but midfielder Jonathan Greening has recovered from a knock picked up at Upton Park and is available.
Middlesbrough (from): Schwarzer, Jones, Cooper, Stockdale, Queudrue, Murphy, Southgate, Ehiogu, Boateng, Juninho, Greening, Wilkshire, Doriva, Wilson, Maccarone, Christie, Job, Nemeth, Ricketts.
Leeds v Blackburn
Peter Reid will name an unchanged Leeds team for the third successive game for Blackburn's visit to Elland Road.
Lucas Radebe is fit following knee problems but will have to settle for a place on the bench as Reid keeps faith with the side which beat Fulham 2-0.
Keith Gillespie's ankle injury is likely to keep him out of the Blackburn side but Henning Berg is expected to shake off an injury worry.
Berg suffered a minor hamstring strain against Bolton on Easter Monday but insists he will be fine for the trip to Elland Road.
Chelsea v Fulham
Chelsea's Mario Stanic is out of the game against Fulham at Stamford Bridge.
He is suffering from a fever and will play no part.
Emmanuel Petit has missed training with a minor groin niggle which has been troubling him in recent weeks but boss Claudio Ranieri expects him to be fit.
Fulham's first-choice goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar is not expected to be thrown straight back into first-team action.
The Dutchman made his comeback in the reserves on Wednesday after five months out with a broken foot, but caretaker manager Chris Coleman believes he is not yet 100 per cent fit and is likely to stick with Maik Taylor.
Martin Djetou (torn hamstring) and Louis Saha (torn side muscle) are out, while Abdeslam Ouaddou will have a fitness test on his knee problem.
West Brom v Liverpool
West Brom will be without defender Larus Sigurdsson as they welcome Liverpool to the Hawthorns after he returned to his native Iceland for his grandmother's funeral.
Neil Clement, who scored as a substitute in the defeat against Tottenham on Monday, could deputise at centre-back with Albion also missing long-term casualties Darren Moore and Phil Gilchrist.
Lee Hughes is still struggling to overcome a back problem and Danny Dichio is again likely to partner Jason Roberts in attack.
Milan Baros stands by to partner Michael Owen up front for Liverpool.
Emile Heskey was injured in the win over Charlton on Monday and is doubtful.
Igor Biscan is still struggling with a back problem and Stephane Henchoz will not play again this season after a calf operation,.
Djimi Traore will partner Sami Hyypia in central defence for the final three games of the season.
Charlton v Southampton
Tahar El Khalej will miss Charlton's match against his former club Southampton because of a calf injury.
Mark Fish is also ruled out with a knee injury, but Richard Rufus will play his final match of the season before undergoing knee surgery next week.
Graham Stuart returns to the squad after straining his calf in his first match back after a seven-month absence following cruciate ligament surgery.
Chris Marsden is available to return for Southampton after suspension. David Prutton is favourite to make way for him.
Paul Jones continues in goal with Antti Niemi still battling to overcome a knee injury.
Rory Delap and Jason Dodd are sidelined by ankle and foot problems respectively, while Marian Pahars and Agustin Delgado are still unavailable because of long-term injuries.
Everton v Aston Villa
Tomasz Radzinski is doubtful for Everton's game against Aston Villa at Goodison Park.
He is still recovering from a groin problem which means Wayne Rooney will probably start his sixth successive game for the club.
However, manager David Moyes could pair Duncan Ferguson with Kevin Campbell.
Tony Hibbert is struggling with a stitched ankle but Mark Pembridge and Steve Watson should have recovered from minor knocks.
Aston Villa's Gareth Barry starts a two-match suspension after incurring 10 bookings this season. Peter Whittingham is pushing to replace him after a promising display as a substitute in the 1-1 draw at Newcastle.
Rob Edwards will have a late fitness test on a knee problem. If he is ruled out, Jlloyd Samuel is likely to switch flanks to replace him, with Steve Staunton slotting in at left-back.
Joey Gudjonsson (ankle) and Mustapha Hadji (knee) are set to return to the squad.
Sunderland v Newcastle
Relegated Sunderland have managed just four league wins all season and will almost certainly be without injured striker Kevin Phillips.
Newcastle have stuttered since their 6-2 home drubbing by Manchester United and are boosted by news that Alan Shearer will play despite a head injury.
Manchester City boss Kevin Keegan is unlikely to make changes after the 3-0 win against Sunderland on Easter Monday.
Manchester City (from): Schmeichel, Nash, Distin, Wiekens, Sommeil, Dunne, Jensen, Sun, Wright-Phillips, Foe, Benarbia, Horlock, Anelka, Fowler, Goater, Bischoff, Belmadi, Barton, Macken, Jordan.
West Ham caretaker manager Trevor Brooking looks like being without key midfielders Michael Carrick and Lee Bowyer for his first game in charge.
Carrick is ruled out with a stomach injury while Bowyer is still struggling to shake off an ankle knock.
West Ham (from): James, Johnson, Brevett, Pearce, Repka, Carrick, Bowyer, Sinclair, Cole, Lomas, Defoe, L Ferdinand, Kanoute, di Canio, Hutchison, Minto, Dailly, Schemmel, Breen, Moncur, Cisse, A Ferdinand, Ward, Van der Gouw.
Tottenham v Man Utd
Tottenham are boosted by the return to fitness of defender Dean Richards while Jamie Redknapp hopes to be included after playing for the reserves in midweek
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has to decide whether to recall England skipper David Beckham after he was left out agianst Real Madrid.
Paul Scholes and Gary Neville are available again after missing the thrilling 4-3 Champions League win through suspension.
Manchester United (from): Barthez, Ricardo, Carroll, G Neville, Brown, Ferdinand, Blanc, Silvestre, P Neville, O'Shea, Beckham, Veron, Butt, Scholes, Keane, Giggs, van Nistelrooy, Solskjaer, Forlan, Fortune, Fletcher.
Burnley v Sheffield Wednesday
Stan Ternent has a number of options to consider as his Burnley side host Sheffield Wednesday at Turf Moor.
The Clarets lost 2-0 at Nottingham Forest on Monday and Marlon Beresford may be in contention after Nik Michopoulos was at fault for the first goal at the City Ground.
Drissa Diallo (hamstring) has been ruled out for the remaining two games, while trainee Richard Chaplow is likely to keep his place after impressing against Paul Hart's men.
But Andy Payton will definitely not be making an appearance after announcing his retirement.
Owls manager Chris Turner could be prepared to try out some new faces as he prepares for life in Division Two next season.
The only doubt is on-loan Michael Reddy, who limped out of Monday's draw at Brighton with an ankle injury.
Lloyd Owusu replaced the Sunderland youngster and will start if Reddy fails a fitness test.
Preston North End v Bradford
Preston could be boosted by the return of Richard Cresswell for the visit of Bradford.
The striker limped off in the first half of the 2-0 victory over Sheffield United and missed the Easter Monday defeat at Wimbledon.
Michael Jackson and David Lucas are available before serving one-match bans for their dismissals at Reading, although the former is doubtful with a shoulder injury picked up over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Trialist Frazer McHugh is likely to keep his place in Bradford's starting line-up when they travel to Deepdale.
The former Swindon midfielder was one of few players to make an impact in the Bantams' 1-0 defeat by Gillingham on Monday and he will be hoping to impress manager Nicky Law even more as he looks to earn a permanent contract.
However, Paul Reid is ruled out of the clash after sustaining a suspected broken ankle in the reserves' loss to their Blackburn counterparts on Thursday.
Coventry City v Gillingham
Richard Shaw is a fitness doubt ahead of Coventry's final home game of the season against Gillingham.
A knee injury could rule Shaw out of contention as the Sky Blues go in search of their first victory at home since December 26.
Player-manager Gary McAllister is likely to feature despite a back injury, while striker Jay Bothroyd is expected to have recovered from an ankle injury.
Rod Wallace is expected to return to the Gills' squad for their trip to Highfield Road after missing the last three matches with a calf problem.
Player-manager Andy Hessenthaler and fellow midfielder Mark Saunders are back in light training following hamstring injuries but are not expected to be in contention.
Nayron Nosworthy was switched from full-back to forward in Monday's 1-0 win against Bradford and he may retain his new role
Ipswich v Wimbledon
Ipswich have doubts over Richard Naylor and Tommy Miller for the game against Wimbledon at Portman Road.
Naylor has a knee problem, while Miller is struggling with a calf injury he picked up at Rotherham.
Darren Bent is in the squad after a month on the sidelines with a torn hamstring, but Finidi George (hip), John McGreal and Ian Westlake (both knee) will not return until next season.
Wimbledon have a doubt over Trond Andersen, who has been struggling with an ankle injury.
Adam Nowland is back from a one-match ban and likely to start on the bench, but Damien Francis (ankle) and Jobi McAnuff (hip) remain sidelined
Crystal Palace v Stoke
Crystal Palace are set to be boosted by the return of Tony Popovic and Dele Adebola for the visit of Stoke City.
Popovic is back from a groin injury, while Adebola has shaken off a bruised leg which kept him out of the defeat by Millwall.
Loan signing Noel Whelan could return after overcoming a foot injury and Aki Riihilahti also hopes to make a comeback from a thigh problem after nearly two months on the sidelines.
Stoke boss Tony Pulis is likely to be without on-loan Palace striker Ade Akinbiyi for the Selhurst Park clash.
Akinbiyi has been struggling with a niggling hamstring problem which forced him on to the sidelines in the 1-0 win over Coventry on Bank Holiday Monday.
Peter Handyside is struggling with a similar injury and Paul Warhurst hopes to play despite carrying several knocks.
Reading v Grimsby
Reading defender Steve Brown expects to be fit for the clash with Grimsby at the Madejski Stadium.
The centre-back limped off with a dead leg in the early stages of Easter Monday's 3-0 defeat at Portsmouth, so John Mackie is on standby.
Although Reading need just one point to confirm their play-off place, manager Alan Pardew is unlikely to pick an ultra-defensive side.
Grimsby Town player-boss Paul Groves will be without striker Michael Boulding for the journey to Berkshire.
Boulding has failed to shake off a niggling ankle injury and Groves feels it is not worth risking him for the Mariners' last two games of the season.
Simon Ford is close to full fitness and may return to the squad after missing the games against Sheffield Wednesday and Walsall with an Achilles injury
Walsall v Derby
Jamie Lawrence is extremely doubtful for Walsall's home clash with Derby.
Lawrence is struggling to recover from a hamstring strain he picked up in the win over Grimsby.
Matt Carbon should overcome a dead leg to face his old club, but Danny Hay is out with ankle ligament problems.
Derby are likely to be without defender Steve Elliott, who has an ankle injury.
Warren Barton (back) and goalkeeper Andy Oakes (shoulder) have both made good progress and should be available for selection.
Sheffield United v Wolves
Sheffield United's Robert Page will return to the squad for the home clash with fellow play-off chasers Wolves.
The defender has missed the last two games through suspension but he could go straight into the starting line-up if boss Neil Warnock decides to rest either Phil Jagielka or Shaun Murphy.
Stuart McCall has also been on the sidelines for the previous two matches due to a calf strain and he may well be rested for the play-offs, while Carl Asaba should lead the line following his two goals against Leicester on Monday.
Wolves boss Dave Jones is likely to named an unchanged team for the Bramall Lane clash.
Nathan Blake is still ruled out as he completes his three-match suspension and marksman George Ndah needed stitches in his shin after finding the net in the the 3-0 victory against Norwich at Carrow Road.
Matt Murray needed a lengthy spell of treatment for blurred vision after getting a thumb in the eye in the eye, but both players are expected to be available.
Brighton & Hove Albion v Watford
Veteran Brighton goalkeeper Dave Beasant is set to play through the pain barrier for the must-win meeting with Watford.
Beasant, who at 44 is the oldest player in the Football League, sustained a bruised thigh in the 1-1 draw against Sheffield Wednesday on Easter Monday.
Although the former Wimbledon net-minder is still struggling with his kicking, Beasant is likely to be selected, although reserve-team keeper Will Packham stands by as cover should Beasant fail a late fitness test.
Watford boss Ray Lewington will continue his squad rotation policy to add a competitive edge to his side's game.
Lewington gave seven fringe players a run-out against Derby on Easter Monday and will continue the policy.
Michael Chopra has returned to Newcastle following the completion of his loan spell, but Gifton Noel-Williams is in the squad despite being told he can leave in the summer.
Nottm Forest v Millwall
Nottingham Forest will be without three key men for the crunch home date with Millwall.
Darren Huckerby is still nursing the hamstring complaint that forced him to miss the win over Burnley, so Eoin Jess is expected to continue.
Matthieu Louis-Jean and Gareth Williams have calf and shoulder problems respectively, so Des Walker and Eugen Bopp should to return the starting line-up.
Millwall have a doubt over Dennis Wise, who is struggling with an Achilles injury.
He will undergo a late fitness test before the game.
Moses Ashikodi, Tony Craig and Marvin Elliott are all in contention for a starting berth.
Sheff Utd v Wolves
Sheffield United defender Robert Page will return to the squad for the home clash with fellow play-off chasers Wolves.
The Wales international has missed the last two games through suspension, but he could go straight into the starting line-up if boss Neil Warnock decides to rest either Phil Jagielka or Shaun Murphy.
Veteran Stuart McCall has also been on the sidelines for the previous two matches due to a calf strain and he may well be rested for the play-offs.
With all his strikers fit, Warnock is expected to opt for Carl Asaba to lead the line following his two goals against Leicester on Monday.
Wolves boss Dave Jones is likely to named an unchanged team for the match.
Wales striker Nathan Blake is still ruled out as he completes his three-match suspension.
George Ndah needed stitches in his shin after finding the net in the the 3-0 victory against Norwich at Carrow Road.
Goalkeeper Matt Murray needed a lengthy spell of treatment for blurred vision after getting a thumb in the eye, but both players are expected to be available.
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Northampton Town v Plymouth
Northampton will be without four players for the home game against Plymouth Argyle.
Tom Youngs is ruled out with an ankle injury, while Jerry Gill misses out with a knee problem.
On-loan Rangers defender Paul Reid sustained an ankle injury in last Friday's 3-0 loss to Stockport and will not be fit, while Greg Lincoln is also out with a similar injury.
Plymouth boss Paul Sturrock will continue with his end-of-season policy of making changes to his side for the trip to the Sixfields.
Stewart Yetton made his debut as a substitute in the 2-0 defeat at Swindon, where David Friio returned to the starting line-up in midfield.
Ian Stonebridge (ankle) is expected to be fit to return to the squad.
Cardiff v Wigan
Cardiff have several injury concerns ahead of the crunch clash against champions Wigan at Ninian Park.
The Bluebirds have lost three successive games, but may be boosted by the return of Steve Jenkins, Scott Young and Gareth Whalley.
Martyn Margetson (tonsillitis) and Alan Mahon may also be in with a shout.
Several fringe players are likely to be included in Wigan's injury-hit squad for the trip to Wales.
The Latics will be without strikers Andy Liddell and Nathan Ellington, as well as Jason De Vos and Jason Jarrett (concussion).
Chris Lynch, Greg Traynor and Chris Moore will all travel, with at least two of them set to make the bench.
York City v Exeter City
York boss Terry Dolan has a host of injury problems to contend with ahead of his side's home game against struggling Exeter.
Defender Chris Smith (flu) and midfielder Lee Bullock (shoulder) are both doubtful.
Striker Anthony Shandran came off at half-time with a perforated ear drum and was replaced by fellow loanee Keith Graydon. Graydon is standing by to take his place.
Club captain Chris Brass (hip) and centre-back Scott Jones (groin) suffered minor knocks in the same game but should recover in time.
Exeter boss Gary Peters will be hoping influential Brazilian defender Santos Gaia is fit for the trip to promotion-chasing York.
Gaia returned to the City side at left-back in the 1-0 win at Swansea and he will keep his place in the back four so long as he suffers no reaction to a knee injury.
In-form striker Sean Devine, who scored the all-important winner at Swansea, keeps his place in attack next to targetman Steve Flack.
Devine also scored in the 2-2 draw at home to Oxford and has now netted eight times for City since joining them from Wycombe.
Leyton Orient v Rushden & Diamonds
Leyton Orient have three players back from injury ahead of the visit of title-chasing Rushden & Diamonds.
Lee Harrison, Ciaran Toner and Chris Tate all returned to training on Thursday after minor knocks.
John Martin is also in contention after a head injury, and Andy Harris is expected to recover from a knee infection.
But Billy Jones (illness) and Donny Barnard (shin) both miss out.
Rushden are likely to be without Stuart Wardley with a knee injury.
Barry Hunter and Onandi Lowe could come into contention after missing the Macclesfield game.