Preview: Luton v Tranmere
Luton boss Mike Newell has a number of suspensions to contend with ahead of their FA Cup fourth-round tie against Tranmere.
Steve Howard and Steve Robinson miss out as they serve one-match bans but Emmerson Boyce is available again after completing his suspension.
Matt Spring will undergo a late fitness test on a groin injury but is rated as doubtful while Dean Crowe is struggling with a hamstring problem.
Ian Sharps (hamstring) is Tranmere manager Brian Little's sole injury concern.
Steve Jennings and Tyrone Loran remain sidelined as they continue their recoveries from knee operations. Gary Jones is expected to retain his place following an impressive display last weekend
Preview: Birmingham v Wimbledon
Birmingham will be boosted by the return of David Dunn and Jamie Clapham for the home FA Cup clash with Wimbledon.
Dunn missed the goalless draw at Chelsea with a hamstring problem while Clapham has been sidelined for three weeks with a hamstring injury.
Leading scorer Mikael Forssell is available after not being able to play against Chelsea as part of the loan deal between the two clubs.
Christophe Dugarry is expected to return to full training next week after a knee injury so Matthew Upson is the only long-term casualty.
Wimbledon manager Stuart Murdoch is so short of players he will promote from the club's FA Youth Cup squad.
The sale of Nigel Reo-Coker and Adam Nowland to West Ham this week has left the Dons stretched, while Alex Tapp is ruled out with a serious cruciate knee ligament injury.
Lionel Morgan and Paul Heald (knee) remain long-term absentees, but Peter Hawkins is fully fit again after an ankle injury.
Winger Wade Small is struggling to shake off a back injury
Preview: Portsmouth v Scunthorpe
Portsmouth are still gripped by an injury crisis ahead of the FA Cup fourth-round showdown with Scunthorpe at Fratton Park.
Boss Harry Redknapp has been scouting for strikers in Spain this week but has yet to sign anyone, meaning Teddy Sheringham is the only senior forward available.
Aiyegbeni Yakubu is on African Nations Cup duty with Nigeria, while Svetoslav Todorov is back in training after injury but nowhere near a first-team comeback.
Andy Faye is not ready to return and Pompey's catalogue of other injury absentees shows no sign of easing as Redknapp's men attempt to dodge the potential banana skin of a clash with Brian Law's side.
Scunthorpe boss Brian Laws will be unable to call on his trio of loan signings. Middlesbrough defender Phil Gulliver and Bolton midfielders Cleveland Taylor and Jeff Smith are all cup-tied having appeared in previous rounds.
Laws will also be without Rangers striker Steve MacLean who has been sidelined of late with a groin injury, while defenders Andy Butler and Mark Jackson are out with ankle injuries.
But Laws will be able to call on veteran playmaker Peter Beagrie, who has recovered from his hamstring problem, and midfielder Andy Parton, who has shaken off a back injury.
Preview: Wolves v West Ham
Wolves winger Shaun Newton is battling to shake off a hamstring strain in time for the FA Cup fourth-round tie at home to West Ham.
He was forced to limp off with the problem during the first half of Wednesday's 1-1 draw with Liverpool.
Nathan Blake is continuing to struggle with a neck injury.
Dave Jones is set to rotate his squad and could opt to rest Paul Ince and Denis Irwin, while Oleg Luzhny, Joey Gudjonsson, Mark Clyde and Silas are hoping to win recalls.
Alan Pardew will name two 16-year-olds in his squad because West Ham have several players cup-tied.
Mark Noble and Chris Cohen will be among the substitutes at Molineux. New signings Andy Melville, Nigel Reo-Coker and Adam Nowland are all unavailable to play in the competition.
Stephen Bywater retains his starting berth in goal even though Arsenal have given Rami Shaaban permission to play.
Jermain Defoe remains suspended, so David Connolly will start against his former club and Neil Mellor should return from a calf strain.
Fulham has also granted Jon Harley permission to play, while Rob Lee remains doubtful through injury.
Preview: Man City v Spurs
Icelandic international goalkeeper Arni Arason could be in line for his Manchester City debut in the FA Cup clash with Tottenham.
With David James cup-tied, Arason faces stiff competition from Kevin Ellegaard for the vacant spot, but manager Kevin Keegan may opt for the greater experience of the Scandinavian, who has joined City until the end of the season.
Claudio Reyna (calf) is back in contention after three weeks on the sidelines.
Tottenham will again be without the suspended Gustavo Poyet. The veteran midfielder started a three-match ban last weekend following his straight red card in the third-round win over Crystal Palace.
Michael Brown is not cup-tied and looks set to continue in midfield following a solid debut for Spurs in the 2-1 win over Liverpool.
Helder Postiga deputised for Frederic Kanoute, away on African Nations Cup duty, against the Reds and should play alongside Robbie Keane again after finding the net last week.
Preview: Swansea v Preston
Kieron Durkan and Lenny Johnrose will miss Swansea's FA Cup clash against Preston.
Both players are ruled out with hamstring problems, while director of football Brian Flynn has a host of other injury concerns.
Mike Howard continues to struggle with a hamstring strain, but Leon Hylton (Achilles) should be in contention after completing a 90-minute run-out for the reserves in midweek.
Kristian O'Leary is expected to be available after a calf injury, Andy Robinson returns after suspension, but Richard Duffy is still banned. Roberto Martinez and Karl Connolly both boosted their match fitness with 45-minute appearances for the Swans' second-string but are unlikely to figure.
Preston manager Craig Brown welcomes back David Healy from a one-match ban, but Michael Jackson is unavailable as he completes a four-match suspension.
Eddie Lewis is expected to feature following a family bereavement, while Ricardo Fuller should keep his place in the side despite a knee problem.
Chris Lucketti (toe), Paul McKenna (groin) and Marlon Broomes (hamstring) are set to feature after suffering no ill effects to 90 minutes' action against Wigan last weekend.
Preview: Ipswich v Sunderland
Ipswich manager Joe Royle has hinted that he might rest a couple of players for the FA Cup clash against Sunderland.
Royle may adopt the same attitude as the last round when Jim Magilton and Shefki Kuqi began on the bench against Derby. However, he may first wait for news on a couple of injury worries, with Darren Bent and Georges Santos set to miss out with foot and ankle problems.
Magilton and Richard Naylor trained on Thursday and should be fit, although John McGreal faces a fitness a late test after missing training all week with a back problem.
Sunderland boss Mick McCarthy has been dealt a fresh injury blow after midfielder Paul Thirlwell broke his nose.
Thirlwell, who was in contention for the game at Portman Road, suffered the fracture in the reserves' 2-1 home defeat by West Brom on Wednesday night and is now a major doubt.
The Black Cats will also be without former Town striker Marcus Stewart through suspension, although a bout of flu would have sidelined him anyway.
Julio Arca returns to the fold, however, after being banned for the 2-1 Division One defeat at Millwall last weekend.
Loan signing Kevin Cooper will be another absentee with Wolves boss Dave Jones unwilling to allow the midfielder to be cup-tied, while full-back Stephen Wright is recovering well from a minor groin problem and should travel.
Preview: Liverpool v Newcastle
Liverpool will be without a number of players ahead of their FA Cup fourth-round clash with Newcastle at Anfield.
Milan Baros (broken ankle), Vladimir Smicer (Achilles), Chris Kirkland (broken finger), Florent Sinama-Pongolle (groin) and Patrice Luzi (back) are missing, while Salif Diao and El-Hadji Diouf are on international duty.
But Liverpool's stars returning from lengthy injury - Steve Finnan, Jerzy Dudek, Jamie Carragher, Michael Owen and Steven Gerrard - are all expected to play.
Newcastle defender Jonathan Woodgate has shaken off a minor groin problem to retain his place.
Craig Bellamy has returned to full training after knee surgery but is unlikely to be risked, while Lee Bowyer is a week behind the Welshman in his recovery from a niggling hip injury.
Central defender Steve Caldwell is also on the mend from a troublesome thigh strain, but Lomana LuaLua is away on African Nations Cup duty.
Preview: Notts County v Swindon Town
Notts County manager Gary Mills could give three players their debuts for the visit of Swindon.
Frazer McHugh is set to be included after agreeing a month's contract, while 16-year-old David McGoldrick has been drafted into Mills' first-team squad.
Midfielder Paul Boertien should go straight into the line-up after joining on a month's loan from Derby.
Tony Barras missed last weekend's game against Wrexham through suspension but comes back into contention, while striker Paul Heffernan (groin) could be available again.
Swindon midfielder Stefani Miglioranzi is doubtful as he is still struggling with a groin strain.
Captain Andy Gurney remains suspended and will not figure in the squad.
He is joined by striker Rory Fallon, who is also serving a suspension.
Preview: Blackpool v Oldham
Blackpool boss Steve McMahon may be without up to six first-team regulars for the visit of Oldham.
Defender Tommy Jaszczun and midfielder Keith Southern are sidelined with knee injuries, with the latter hoping to get a run out with the reserves next week.
Skipper Richie Wellens misses out due to a one-match ban following five bookings and John Murphy is a major doubt after straining his back in the warm-up prior to the midweek win over Halifax.
Transfer-listed goalkeeper Phil Barnes will make a rare appearance should Lee Jones fail to recover from a recurring hip injury and Kirk Hilton is out with a hamstring strain.
Defender Will Haining is expected to return to the starting line-up for Oldham after missing last week's win over Sheffield Wednesday due to a one-match ban.
The Latics are hopeful loan striker Calvin Zola can shake off a niggling back problem that has forced him onto the sidelines of late, but striker John Eyre sits out the second of a two-match ban.
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Real Madrid receives with important losses to the equipment revelation
Real Madrid, that has gained all the parties of League that has disputed in Santiago Bernabéu in the present season, measures its victorious gust of wind like the premises to the losses, since it does not count on Pavón, Helguera nor Zidane, and to the equipment revelation of the season, the Villarreal, that fights to put in the positions of League of Champions.
Carlos Queiroz is forced to improvise. He will innovate an equipment before the important losses with which he receives to the Villarreal. The trainer of the white set, will not be able to count towards the injured Zinedine Zidane nor on the sanctioned Iván Helguera, that against the Betis the last week the fifth yellow card saw. But to the two low ones known beforehand the absence of Francisco Pavón is united last hour. This low one together with the one of Helguera and next to the injury of Rubén, leaves the madridista rear unguarded.
A pubalgia separates to Pavón, that did not dispute the commitment cobut before the Valencia, and opens to the doors of the first equipment to the canterano Alvaro Mejía, that can receive its opportunity at the defense center next to another soccer player coming from the quarry, Brave Raul. Another one of the alternatives of which it can throw Queiroz is that Borja Fernandez occupied that position.
Ronaldo entered the list
The positive news carried out Ronaldo Nazario. The Brazilian forward who did not train by a contractura in cuádriceps left, entered the call and if it is not suffered will be titular, although the proximity of the return match of Glass against the Valencia can give to the titularidad to Javier Opening him.
After victory 3-0 against the Valencia in the away game of the quarterfinals of the Glass of the King, Real Madrid arrives at this encounter with the moral by clouds and desire to continue making total in its stage in the present season, where it has overcome the nine disputed encounter. They complete the call, next to presumable the eleven initial, Caesar, Borja, Opening, Juanfran, Núñez, Jordi and Cambiasso.
The Villarreal never won in the Bernabéu
While, the Villarreal hopes to break the curse that it persecutes to him in Santiago Bernabéu, where never it has gain the victory and, although Real Madrid is intratable in its stage, trusts, with the best equipment of its history and guaranteed by its good trajectory, to gain a victory in its villa visits liguera the madridista coliseo.
In order to obtain this objective, the technician, Benito Floro, it has tried during all the week, with probable ' oncé initial of noticeable offensive character, in which it would give entrance to all the players of attack which it has.
The trainer, far from which this season has been habitual, has not presented the equipment that will put in heddle in the Bernabéu, although what it has not changed they are the problems with which it faces to complete a call.
To the habitual problems of the injured ones long play, the loss of last hour of the Catalan midfield player Roger is united Garci'a who, with a contractura, has remained outside the list of summoned for this party. Its seat will be left cover by Jose Mari Romero who, behind a sanction party, returns to the equipment.
Given the good trajectory of the equipment, immersed in the fight by the European zone, a victory of the Villarreal would suppose, in addition to the historical thing to break with the bad statistics, the confirmation of which the equipment of Floro can aspire to all this season.
Real Madrid: Casillas; Michel Salgado, Roberto Carlos, Mejía, Raúl Bravo; Beckham, Guti; Solari, Figo, Raúl; Ronaldo o Portillo.
Villarreal: Villarreal: Reina, Belletti, Alvarez, Ballesteros, Arruabarrena, Battaglia, Pedro Martí, Guayre, Riquelme, Jose Mari y Sony Anderson.
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