Barry injury places his World Cup prospects in jeopardy

Premier league tomorrow: West Ham v Man CityValon Behrami (knee) has been ruled out by West Ham. He joins Herita Ilunga (thigh), Zavon Hines (ankle) and Jack Collison (knee) on the sidelines.

West Ham manager Gianfranco Zola confirmed that Collison faces nine months out after undergoing surgery to repair cartilage damage. Gareth Barry will miss City's final game after the midfielder suffered an ankle injury in Wednesday's home defeat to Tottenham. It could rule out Barry for four weeks, placing his hopes of being fit for the World Cup in peril.

Burnley v Tottenham

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Burnley midfielder Chris McCann returns to the squad. McCann has endured a frustrating campaign due to knee injuries. Clarke Carlisle, who has signed a new two-year deal, is again sidelined because of an ankle problem.

Ledley King could be rested by Tottenham with Champions League qualification already secured by Harry Redknapp's side.

Arsenal v Fulham

Gael Clichy (ankle) could be available for Arsenal but Fulham duo Bobby Zamora (Achilles) and Damien Duff (leg) are out.

Aston Villa v Blackburn

Villa are at full strength but Blackburn may give young Algerian midfielder Amine Linganzi his debut.

Bolton v Birmingham

Midfielder Stuart Holden is hopeful of featuring for Bolton after recovering from a broken leg. Birmingham are boosted by the return to the squad of captain Stephen Carr.

Chelsea v Wigan

Chelsea have no fresh injury worries as the Blues bid to clinch the Premier League title. Wigan will be without on-loan Bolivian striker Marcelo Moreno (ankle).

Everton v Portsmouth

John Heitinga is hoping to feature for Everton after the Dutch utility player missed the last two matches with a hairline fracture of the ankle. Avram Grant has pledged to field his fittest players for relegated Portsmouth but warned it will not be the same team as will play in Saturday's FA Cup final.

Man Utd v Stoke

Antonio Valencia has been ruled out with an ankle injury but the champions have no other injury concerns ahead of a game they must win to stand any chance of retaining the title. Stoke boss Tony Pulis will name the same starting XI for the third game running.

Wolves v Sunderland

Wolves are set to be boosted by the return of winger Matt Jarvis (thigh). Sunderland will be without David Meyler, who has had an operation on his right knee, and Lee Cattermole (shoulder).