The following English Premier League matches are scheduled to be broadcast on Kenyan television live this weekend. All times given are local to Kenya.
Saturday 7 November
Bournemouth v Newcastle United (SuperSport 3 DStv channel 203)
Bournemouth’s Artur Boruc and Steve Cook are both fitness doubts, having missed the last two games with respective thigh and ankle injuries while Junior Stanislas and Joshua King impressed as substitutes last weekend and are pushing for recalls.
Newcastle’s goalkeeping injury crisis could result in a Premier League debut for 18-year-old Fred Woodman and Rob Elliot is a doubt with a thigh problem.
Sunderland v Southampton (DStv channel 198)
The Black Cats will be missing Lee Cattermole who is sidelined with the recurrence of a long-standing groin problem, but John O’Shea, Fabio Borini, Younes Kaboul and Ola Toivonen are all available after recent injuries.
Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama is suspended following his sending off against Bournemouth last weekend and striking duo Jay Rodriguez and Shane Long remain sidelined with knee and foot injuries respectively.
Leicester City v Watford (DStv channel 199)
‘Tinkerman’ Claudio Ranieri has no injury concerns in his Leicester squad after the Premier League’s top scorer Jamie Vardy was passed fit after being troubled by an Achilles problem this week.
Watford forward Odion Ighalo has recovered from a knock picked up against West Ham last weekend but Jose Manuel Jurado is again absent with a hamstring injury and Joel Ekstrand remains sidelined with a long-term knee injury.
Manchester United v West Bromwich Albion (SuperSport 3 DStv channel 203)
Manchester United midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin is expected to return after missing the midweek victory over CSKA Moscow through illness but Antonio Valencia remains a doubt with a foot problem United will also be without defender Matteo Darmian who is serving a one-match ban.
West Brom have “one or two” doubts ahead of Saturday although head coach Tony Pulis wouldn’t reveal who. James Morrison could start after returning from injury as a substitute against Leicester City last weekend.
West Ham United v Everton (SuperSport 5 DStv channel 205)
The Hammers will be without striker Diafra Sakho for a second successive league game because of a thigh strain and he joins suspended defender James Collins on the sidelines. However, they do have Winston Reid and Angelo Ogbonna back from injury.
Everton defender Bryan Oviedo could miss up to three weeks after suffering a hamstring injury last weekend and Leighton Baines is still not ready to return for the Toffees after ankle surgery. But Tom Cleverley could return for the first time since August.
Stoke City v Chelsea (SuperSport 3 DStv channel 203)
Stoke defender Geoff Cameron is back after missing two games after recovering from a thigh strain and Phil Bardsley is available after serving a one-match suspension. However, midfielder Marco van Ginkel is ineligible to play against his parent club.
Chelsea forward Pedro is fit again and returned as a substitute in the midweek victory over Dynamo Kiev and defender Branislav Ivanovic has returned to training after recovering from a hamstring injury.
One face who won’t be present is Blues manager Jose Mourinho, who has been given a one-match stadium ban over his behaviour in the defeat by West Ham.
Sunday 8 November
Aston Villa v Manchester City (SuperSport 3 DStv channel 203)
Villa’s Micah Richards is set to return after suspension, while Ashley Westwood should be available despite being suffering a head injury at Tottenham.
After being forced off on Monday with a tight calf Gabby Agbonlahor will be assessed, while Idrissa Gana and Adama Traore could return after being rested.
Manchester City will not risk playmaker David Silva, who is close to a comeback following an ankle injury but Kevin De Bruyne is set for a recall after being rested in midweek.
Kelechi Iheanacho is available after being ineligible for Wednesday’s Champions League win against Sevilla along with fit-again duo Fabian Delph and Gael Clichy were on the bench for that match and could feature. However, Pablo Zabaleta, Samir Nasri and Sergio Aguero remain unavailable for selection.
Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur (SuperSport 3 DStv channel 203)
Arsenal hope Laurent Koscielny will recover from a hip problem in time to play, but right-back Hector Bellerin is still sidelined by a groin injury. Mikel Arteta faces a late fitness test on an ankle injury, while David Ospina could return from a shoulder problem.
Six players who remain out are Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Danny Welbeck and Tomas Rosicky..
Despite suffering a knock against Aston Villa, Spurs’ left-back Danny Rose is expected to be available.
Close to recovering from a hamstring is Clinton Njie who could also feature, while fellow forward Son Heung-min made a substitute appearance against Anderlecht on Thursday after six weeks out.
Liverpool v Crystal Palace (SuperSport 5 DStv channel 205)
Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp is expected to recall key members of his team such as Philippe Coutinho, Martin Skrtel and Lucas, who were rested in midweek.
Jordan Henderson is still unavailable due to a foot injury but he is edging closer to a return.
Crystal Palace defender Pape Souare may play after recovering from injury, and Dwight Gayle will face a late fitness test because of a hamstring problem and faces a late fitness test. Lee Chung-yong is struggling with a foot injury and is expected to miss out.