Not too much surprising to report really...
At Arsenal, fantasy manager plans may be up in the air now as the Arsenal team notes report that Cesc may be back for the Sunday match with Villa (and even if he doesn't make that one it would seem that the next match would be a definite). This decreases Denilson's value well below his current market price. All other Arsenal midfield options also move down a bit in value over the course of the 3 matches as Cesc is more likely to come in and push them out of the frame or at least further to the side. The least likely to be negatively impacted is Nasri whose minutes shouldn't overlap with Cesc's much at all.
At Chelsea, the Elk is out as expected and you can be almost positive that Drogs will find his way to an intentional YC in this match so that his accumulation suspension is served while he is on Ivory Coast duty.
Modric looks to be out again for Spurs making Kranjcar all the more valuable (although still not likely worth his current market price).
David Dunn is still out for Rovers - probably not the week to play him anyway but worth noting as he has been worth playing when he's been healthy.
Citeh's entire defence (Lescott, Onuoha, Bridge, and maybe Richards) are injured making Given a pretty shaky option (even shakier than he has been the last few weeks which has been pretty shaky). Zabaleta and Sylvinho are both options if you need an inexpensive starter in defence but I'm not particularly excited about either unless it really gets you something else you need in your line-up. The other potential benefit is to the value of Stoke (Eth) and Wolves attackers (Milijas) - if you were leaning towards either this might be the news that clinched the decision. I'm still not completely sold on either guy but I'd be feeling a lot better today than I was yesterday about both.
No full team report from ManYoo yet but it looks like SAF is going to push Fabio and Rafael back into the line-up. I don't know how he plans to deploy what would be a group consisting of Evra, Vidic, Rafael, and Fabio (assuming Wes Brown - listed as questionable - doesn't make it back) - in my mind, this doesn't change things too much for anyone other than Kuszczak (who, as I mentioned in TWA, will have actual defenders in front of him which is an improvement).
That's about all there is to report here on Christmas Day at about Noon Eastern Time.
Best of Luck to everyone and a Very Merry Christmas.
Cheers - Neal