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Once again, we find ourselves learning a lot about the likely squad make-ups for today's matches well after the week's deadline. Here's the round-up of the best (worst?) news out there this morning.

Aaron Lennon speeds into contention for Spurs comeback | Mail Online
Aaron Lennon could make a surprise comeback for Tottenham - just 16 days after it was feared he would be out for six weeks. The winger is in contention to play in the Barclays Premier League clash against West Bromwich.

Jaaskelainen doubtful for Everton showdown (From The Bolton News)
OWEN Coyle could be forced into a goalkeeping change for Wanderers’ crucial Premier League game at Everton on Wednesday after revealing Jussi Jaaskelainen is a major injury doubt.

Everton vs Bolton Wanderers Preview - Goal.com
It was thought that Victor Anichebe, who netted the late winner at West Brom, may start up front against the Trotters but Everton manager David Moyes has said that he doesn’t want to rush back the Nigerian international.

O'Neill leaves it late to make decision on Brown fitness - The Independent
[Wes Brown] limped off with a groin problem 26 minutes into Sunday's 1-0 victory over leaders Manchester City and is a major doubt, as are the full-back Phil Bardsley (thigh) and the centre-half Titus Bramble (Achilles/calf).

Scout Scribbles- Rooney Expected Back for United
Wayne Rooney, Rio Ferdinand and Ryan Giggs could all be available for tomorrow’s game with Newcastle. Anderson should also feature, according to Sir Alex Ferguson, though the United boss went on to say that no other players are expected back immediately.

West Brom skipper Chris Brunt set for second scan on ankle - News - MirrorFootball.co.uk
West Brom skipper Chris Brunt is to undergo a second scan to determine the extent of the ankle problem suffered against Everton at the Hawthorns on Sunday, according to Press Association Sport.

Fan who backed Premier League underdogs lands 'impossible' bet - Yahoo! Eurosport
A fan who staked just five pounds on three of the most unlikely Premier League results of the season last weekend won 7,590 pounds ($11,800) when they all proved correct.