Adnan Januzaj, winger – Sunderland – vs Arsenal – Saturday 12:30PM
The young Belgian will be hoping to return from a month-long spell on the sidelines for struggling Sunderland, a tough challenge as they face in-form Arsenal. Any involvement is likely to from the bench, although Januzaj was tipped for an early return last weekend, for David Moyes’ side. Televised on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 1 HD.
Dean Henderson, goalkeeper – Grimsby Town – vs Yeovil Town – Saturday 3:00PM
Henderson made his first appearance for Manchester United’s under-23 side in a number of weeks on Friday in the 1-1 draw against Tottenham Hotspur away from home, as his “youth loan” allows him to do. He’s likely to be substitute goalkeeper to James McKeown as they travel to Huish Park on Saturday. Highlights on Channel 5, “Football on 5: Goal Rush” at 10PM on Saturday.
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson, full-back – Wolves – vs Blackburn Rovers – Saturday 5:30PM
After a poor spell of results, Borthwick-Jackson’s manager Walter Zenga has been sacked at Molineux. Having been excluded from the squad in recent weeks, Borthwick-Jackson will be hoping that he’ll be given more chances at left-back, as he was at the start of the season. Televised live on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 1 HD.
Andreas Pereira, attacking midfielder – Granada – vs Barcelona – Saturday 7:45PM
Pereira, who did a fascinating interview with Sportsmail earlier this week, faces the toughest club side in the world on Saturday evening as the Camp Nou. Granada are struggling, and will do well to escape a drubbing at the hands of Luis Enrique’s side. Pereira should start on the left of midfield. Televised live on Sky Sports 2 and Sky Sports 2 HD.
Joel Pereira, goalkeeper – Belenenses – vs Braga – Sunday 8:15PM
United’s second Pereira was given a chance in the Primera Liga for Belenenses for the first time last weekend against Benfica and will be hoping for a second consecutive appearance on Sunday night, the last of United’s loanees to have a fixture. Televised on fuboTV in the USA.