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Injury news: Lovren, Fabregas and De Bruyne missing for Liverpool, Chelsea and Man City

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Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea have no fresh injury concerns ahead of their Premier League matches on Saturday.

The Reds take on Leicester City in the early kick-off at King Power Stadium, but will not have to face Jamie Vardy as the Englishman sees out his three-match suspension.

Liverpool will be without centre-back Dejan Lovren again, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Rhian Brewster remain on the long-term absentee list.

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Chelsea aim to maintain their 100 per cent start against Bournemouth at Stamford Bridge, but will again be without midfielder Cesc Fabregas.

The Spaniard is suffering from a strange pain in his knee, according to Maurizio Sarri, but the rest of the first-team trained as normal this week.

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Junior Stanislas is the only Bournemouth player absent after picking up a serious knee injury in April.

Fabregas is out with pain in his knee (Picture: Getty)

Defending champions City are also at home against Newcastle as the Sky Blues bid to bounce back from a shock 1-1 draw with Wolves last weekend.

Goalkeeper Claudio Bravo is out due to an Achilles issue, while full-back Danilo and midfielder Kevin De Bruyne remain sidelined.

De Bruyne is out for three months with a knee injury (Picture: Getty)

Right-back Javier Manquillo and centre-back Jamaal Lascelles could face City after returning to training this week.

Jonjo Shelvey is set to sit out his second game in a row with an ankle injury, and joins Florian Lejeune and the suspended Isaac Hayden on the sidelines.

City will look to gain ground on Chelsea and Liverpool, who currently share top spot in the table with Watford and Tottenham.

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