There’s a north London derby, plus concerns over AndrĂ© Onana and a midfield quandary for Newcastle

Fifteen points from the opening five Premier League games and a 3-1 win over Red Star Belgrade to start their Champions League campaign: all is going swimmingly for Pep Guardiola and Manchester City. Except, if more of his players join Kevin De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva, Jack Grealish, John Stones and Mateo Kovacic in the treatment room, then Guardiola may have to pray to the medical gods for succour. De Bruyne is out until next year, yet though Guardiola suggested after Tuesday’s victory that only Kovacic has a chance of returning for Nottingham Forest’s visit, there is hope for Grealish, too. Whatever the final medical bulletins, Guardiola still has the fit Matheus Nunes, Phil Foden, Kalvin Phillips (remember him?) and Rico Lewis, who can join Rodri in the team’s creative artistry department. Jamie Jackson

Manchester City v Nottingham Forest, Saturday 3pm (all times BST)

Luton v Wolves, Saturday 3pm

Crystal Palace v Fulham, Saturday 3pm

Brentford v Everton, Saturday 5.30pm

Burnley v Manchester United, Saturday 8pm

Arsenal v Tottenham, Sunday 2pm

Brighton v Bournemouth, Sunday 2pm

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