Chelsea v West Brom
Chelsea winger Arjen Robben has recovered from two minor fractures in his foot and is set to be restored to first-team action against relegation candidates West Brom at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night.
Mourinho will also have Scott Parker available, with the midfielder back from a broken foot. The former Charlton player was on the bench against Barcelona in the last-16 Champions League clash last week but did not play a part.
The Blues have no other major injury doubts ahead of the Barclays Premiership clash but may decide to rotate his squad to give some of his regular first-team players a rest.
Andy Johnson is West Brom's only absentee.
With the exception of long-term knee injury victim Johnson, Albion will travel with a clean bill of health as they go in search of an unlikely first away win of their 2004-2005 league campaign.
The Baggies earned a shock 1-1 draw at Arsenal by operating a 4-5-1 formation, and Bryan Robson has to decide whether to revert to those tactics or stick with the line-up which defeated Birmingham when the twin strike force of Geoff Horsfield and Kevin Campbell caused constant problems.
Chelsea (from): Cech, Cudicini, Johnson, Carvalho, Ferreira, Terry, Gallas, Huth, Parker, Makelele, Lampard, Tiago, Smertin, Jarosik, Duff, Robben, Gudjohnsen, Drogba, Cole.
West Brom: Hoult, Albrechtsen, Gaardsoe, Clement, Robinson, Gera, Richardson, Wallwork, Greening, Horsfield, Campbell, Kanu, Scimeca, Moore, Chaplow, Earnshaw
Brighton v Wigan
Brighton's Richard Carpenter is suspended but manager Mark McGhee is hopeful Mark McCammon and Adam Virgo will be available.
Striker McCammon missed the Plymouth game with illness, while defender Virgo was on compassionate leave.
Wigan should field an unchanged side with Jason Roberts and Nathan Ellington leading the attack.
Midfielder Alan Mahon (knee) is not quite fit and has targeted a return for next week at Nottingham Forest
Wolves v Burnley
Wolves striker Dean Sturridge is rated as doubtful after failing to shake off a hamstring injury.
Other absentees include Mark Clyde, who still faces a couple of weeks out with tendinitis, and striker Vio Ganea.
Burnley striker Ade Akinbiyi will sit out the game, the last of his three-match suspension.
On-loan youngsters Gary Cahill, Peter Whittingham and Dean Bowditch are expected to keep their starting places after impressive recent performances.
Cardiff v Ipswich
Cardiff boss Lennie Lawrence will name an unchanged side, with strikers Peter Thorne and Andy Campbell both still unavailable because of injuries.
Alan Lee must complete a three-match ban, so midfielder Lee Bullock will continue to partner teenager Cameron Jerome up front.
Ipswich skipper Jim Magilton is doubtful with a calf injury.
Kevin Horlock or Darren Currie could replace him ,while Jimmy Juan, on loan from Monaco, is also in the squad
Millwall v Coventry
Millwall midfielder David Livermore is poised to return after completing his three-match suspension.
But Kevin Muscat (Achilles), Paul Ifill (ankle) and Dennis Wise (thigh) are out, while Alan Dunne is suspended.
Coventry may hand a debut to defender Robert Page, who switched to the Sky Blues last month.
Richard Shaw may start on the bench after shaking off a knee injury but Stuart Giddings (hamstring) and striker Eddie Johnson (groin) are doubtful.
West Ham v Crewe
West Ham have a defensive crisis with Tomas Repka suspended, Anton Ferdinand nursing a hamstring injury and Malky Mackay carrying a knock to his calf.
Boss Alan Pardew may opt for Elliot Ward and Carl Fletcher in central defence while Teddy Sheringham and Gavin Williams are pushing for a start.
Crewe's Steve Foster is out for the rest of the season with a knee injury and Darren Moss has a hamstring strain.
Their places in defence will go to Adie Moses and Chris McCready.
Watford v Leicester
Watford's Brynjar Gunnarsson misses out having been sent off in his last match.
Manager Ray Lewington may opt to make other changes with striker Danny Webber coming in for Hameur Bouazza and Lloyd Doyley replacing Jermaine Darlington.
Leicester boss Craig Levein is expected to stick with the same side that lost in the FA Cup last eight to Blackburn.
One potential change could see Stefan Moore start after joining on loan from Aston Villa, but it is likely he will have to make do coming off the bench.
Sunderland v Plymouth
Carl Robinson could miss out after sustaining a knee injury in Sunderland's 1-0 win over Crewe.
But Julio Arca and Stephen Elliott are in line for starting berths after coming off the bench and impressing in that victory.
On-loan Porto star Akos Buzsaky will have a late fitness test for Plymouth.
Buzsaky will be given until the last minute and Southampton loan signing Dexter Blackstock is set to start after shaking off a heavy cold.
Sheff Utd v Preston
Sheffield United could hand a first start to on-loan David Johnson as Danny Cadamarteri (ankle) is doubtful.
Luke Beckett, Andy Liddell, Steve Kabba, Paul Shaw, Michael Tonge and Danny Cullip may return to the squad after illness and injuries.
Preston manager Billy Davies is without the suspended Dickson Etuhu.
So Davies is likely to hand new loan signing, 19-year-old Southampton midfielder Yoann Folly, his debut to replace Etuhu.
Rotherham v Reading
Rotherham's Michael Keane could make his first start for the club after his impressive substitute appearance in the 2-1 defeat at Burnley on Saturday.
Ex-Reading striker Martin Butler is doubtful because of illness, while central defender Chris Swailes (hip) is also unlikely to play any part.
Royals boss Steve Coppell is likely to name an unchanged starting team, but Martin Keown is back from injury.
Les Ferdinand is the only definite absentee with a hamstring injury.
Oldham v Brentford
Oldham boss Ronnie Moore will be naming his starting line-up from an unchanged squad, with defender Guy Branston two matches into a four-game suspension.
Striker John Eyre is pressing for a starting place and Rodney Jack is still recovering from his knee injury.
Brentford boss Martin Allen will name an unchanged squad for the trip north.
The Bees have no new suspension or injury worries, although Alex Rhodes remains a long-term absentee with a cruciate ligament injury.
Inter Milan v Porto (Tue)
Inter defenders Giuseppe Favalli and Ivan Ramiro Cordoba are suspended, so Sinisa Mihajlovic is set to partner Marco Materazzi at the back.
Up front, Christian Vieri and Obafemi Martins are unfit, while Adriano is below his best. Julio Ricardo Cruz can play but Alvaro Recoba is unavailable.
Porto can recall captain Jorge Costa and Brazilian playmaker Diego, who were suspended for the first leg.
Brazilian Luis Fabiano, whose mother was kidnapped on Friday, will not play.
Newcastle v Olympiacos (Wed)
Olympiacos 1-3 Newcastle
Newcastle should have defenders Andy O'Brien and Steven Taylor available again after injury forced them to miss Sunday's FA Cup tie against Tottenham.
However, Titus Bramble will definitely miss the second-leg clash, after being told he needs a hernia operation.
Olympiacos will be without Brazilian Rivaldo, who has an ankle injury.
Grigorios Georgatos and Athanasios Kostoulas are suspended after picking up red cards in the first leg. (BBC, Sporting Life)