Marouane Fellaini has recovered and will be fit to face former club Everton in Week 35.
Marouane Fellaini has made a recent bid to salvage a rough first season at Manchester United and he will relish the chance to shine against his former club this weekend. Coming off a calf injury, the big Belgian and his manager will be looking to make good in a season that has seen their former club best their current club in the standings. Fellaini still isn't a great fantasy bet but at least he's getting closer to being the player that United thought it was paying all that money for.
Arsenal's record signing Mesut Ozil may figure in Sunday's dress rehearsal for the FA Cup Final against Hull City.
Arsenal's injury crisis is slowly coming around with Aaron Ramsey returning to action over the last few matches and now Mesut Ozil is close to a return as well. It is not certain that he'll be ready to play on Sunday but fantasy managers should watch his status for the chance that he may be available at a reasonable price for Arsenal's tame season-ending schedule.
Artur Boruc has recovered from a back injury and is expected to start against Aston Villa this weekend.
Boruc missed the last two games due to a back problem but is once again fit. Even considering the fact that Aston Villa are horrible at home, Boruc is not the best of options this week as there are similarly prized goalkeepers who play weaker oppositions at home. Joe Hart and Hugo Lloris are to be considered before Boruc.
Joey O'Brien has recovered from a shoulder injury and is available for selection for this weekend's match.
O'Brien will have to battle George McCartney and Pablo Armero for a starting spot and is no where near guaranteed to start against Crystal Palace. I have Armero on my bench as I have a hunch that he'll get the start but I would not include any of these three players in my first XI.
James Collins will be available for selection when West Ham face Crystal Palace this weekend.
Collins has missed the last few weeks with an injury but he is back in training and available for the weekend. This is a risky play, as Sam Allardyce might decide to keep him on the bench due to fitness or due to Winston Reid's play. Due to the uncertainty, I would avoid the situation fully. Kevin Nolan will also return from injury.
James McCarthy has been declared fit and available for Everton as they get set to host Manchester United on Sunday.
McCarthy made a half hour appearance in Everton's midweek loss to Crystal Palace and came through okay. He will likely return to partnering Gareth Barry in central midfield as the Toffees look to bounce back against a United side that should have Wayne Rooney available.
Roberto Martinez will not rule out Phil Jageilka for Everton's clash with Manchester United on Sunday, but he did state the defender's chances were unlikely.
With the way John Stones has performed in his absence, there is no reason for Martinez to push Jagielka at all, so Stones owners should feel relatively safe in their asset. Everton picked up all 21 possible points in the seven games he missed prior to their defeat last weekend to Crystal Palace so it would be hard to justify making changes at the back. Even when Jags is declared fully fit, there's no guarantee he will slot right back in to the XI.
Eden Hazard hasn't returned to training yet and has been ruled out for Chelsea's match against Sunderland on Saturday.
Hazard is expected to try and return against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday so continue monitoring his status going forward. If Hazard returns against Atletico in midweek, he is a good bet to play against Liverpool next weekend in what is shaping up to be the game that will decide the Premier League title. In his absence, feel free to use Mohamed Salah this weekend.