Fantasy Premier League managers have some big selection dilemmas for Gameweek 9 with doubts over whether popular players will be selected at the weekend.
Aguero has been benched in each of the last two fixtures by Pep Guardiola's tactical tweaks but the Man City head coach may tempted to recall the striker to end a run of one goal in three matches across all competitions and against a Saints defence blighted by injury concerns.
BertrandFirst-choice full-backs Ryan Bertrand (£5.4m) and Cedric Soares (£5.0m) are doubtful and will be assessed but Claude Puel could be forced to field fringe players Cuco Martina (£4.3m) and Sam McQueen (£4.5m) if the situation fails to improve.
Arsenal could be without their first-choice central midfield pairing for Saturday's home match with Middlesbrough.
Leicester City have concerns at both ends of the pitch for a home encounter against Crystal Palace.
Residing in 21.5% of squads, Morgan is the fifth-most popular defender in FPL. His availability will be vital for a Foxes rearguard that has chalked up five clean sheets in seven matches at the King Power.
United have conceded only three goals since Smalling returned to the starting line-up. If he fails to recover, Luke Shaw (£5.5m), the most popular United defender in FPL, with 14.6% ownership, could return at left-back, allowing Daley Blind (£5.7m) to shift to centre-half alongside Eric Bailly (£5.5m).
The top-scoring forward in FPL, Costa has produced returns in seven of the opening eight Gameweeks.