Everton v Wigan Athletic – 12.45pm
David Moyes has not yet made a decision on goalkeeper Tim Howard‘s fitness. Wigan have fit-again pair Adrian Lopez and Ryo Miyaichi back available for first-team selection.
Manchester City v Barnsley – 5.30pm
Manchester City will not risk captain Vincent Kompany or striker Sergio Aguero. For Barnsley, manager David Flitcroft has no new injury or suspension problems.
Millwall v Blackburn Rovers – 2pm
Millwall will check on Rob Hulse, who has missed the last three matches with a stomach injury but could return. Leon Best, a summer signing from Newcastle, is in line to make his first Blackburn start after recovering from a long knee injury.
Manchester United v Chelsea – 4.30pm
Ryan Giggs will sit out Manchester United’s FA Cup quarter-final with Chelsea. Phil Jones (ankle) and Paul Scholes (knee) are definitely out, while the main focus will be on whether Wayne Rooney gets a start after being left on the bench against Madrid. Chelsea captain John Terry and striker Fernando Torres could make way as Rafael Benitez again rotates his squad.