England : Premier League injured & suspended list (with statistics)


28.4Laurent KoscielnyD282-030.4 ?
21.4Shkodran MustafiD232-2
22.10Santi CazorlaM82-2


21.4Jack WilshereM290-2
7.4Dan GoslingM242-0
4.4Andrew SurmanM220-1
11.2Adam FedericiG20-0
10.2Callum WilsonF206-0


28.4Ben MeeD331-029.4 ?
28.4Stephen WardD321-029.4 ?
21.4Scott ArfieldM271-029.4 ?
21.4Sam VokesF336-329.4 ?
20.1Dean MarneyM211-2

Crystal Palace

28.4Mamadou SakhoD70-0
4.4Scott DannD233-1
4.4James TomkinsD213-0
2.12Connor WickhamF82-0
11.9Pape SouareD30-0


4.4Aaron LennonM110-1
31.3Ramiro Funes MoriD230-1
31.3Seamus ColemanD264-3
17.3James McCarthyM121-1
9.12Yannick BolasieF141-4
7.9Muhamed BesicM00-0

Hull City

15.4David MeylerM201-0
4.4Omar ElabdellaouiD80-029.4 ?+
27.1Ryan MasonM161-0
11.11William KeaneF50-0
19.8Moses OdubajoM00-0


21.4Islam SlimaniF197-329.4 ?
31.3Wes MorganD271-029.4 ?
17.3Nampalys MendyM40-0
24.2Molla WagueD00-0


28.4Daniel SturridgeF162-11.5 ?
21.4Ragnar KlavanD190-01.5 ?
4.4Sadio ManeM2713-5
31.3Adam LallanaM277-71.5 ?
3.3Jordan HendersonM241-4
3.2Ovie EjariaM20-0
2.11Danny IngsF00-0

Manchester City

28.4Claudio BravoG210-0
28.4David SilvaM302-730.4 ?
21.4John StonesD260-030.4 ?
16.12Ilkay GundoganM103-1

Manchester United

29.4Marouane FellainiM251-030.4 s
28.4Timothy Fosu-MensahD20-0
21.4Marcos RojoD211-0
21.4Zlatan IbrahimovicF2817-5
1.4Juan MataM226-3
31.3Chris SmallingD151-1
31.3Phil JonesD140-0


28.4Antonio BarraganD250-030.4 ?
28.4Daniel AyalaD111-030.4 ?
21.4Victor ValdesG280-0
21.4Grant LeadbitterM101-030.4 ?


28.4Sam McQueenM130-029.4 ?+
28.4Sofiane BoufalM171-029.4 ?+
20.1Virgil van DijkD211-0
9.12Charlie AustinF136-1
29.10Alex McCarthyG00-0
13.10Matt TargettD40-0

Stoke City

22.4Jonathan WaltersF214-229.4 ?
14.4Ibrahim AfellayM120-0
7.9Stephen IrelandM00-0


29.4Sebastian LarssonM170-029.4 s
29.4Darron GibsonM80-029.4 ?
29.4Lee CattermoleM50-029.4 ?
29.4Jack RodwellM180-129.4 ?
29.4Jason DenayerD210-029.4 ?
12.4Bryan OviedoD140-0
17.12Jan KirchhoffM70-0
9.12Duncan WatmoreF140-2
11.11Paddy McNairD90-0

Swansea City

28.4Leroy FerM296-230.4 ?
28.4Martin OlssonD112-030.4 ?
21.4Wayne RoutledgeM273-1
12.4Jack CorkM280-030.4 ?+
17.3Angel RangelD181-0
17.2Nathan DyerM80-1


28.4Mousa DembeleM241-130.4 ?
8.4Michel VormG50-030.4 ?
4.4Harry WinksM211-1
27.1Danny RoseD182-2
2.11Erik LamelaM91-1


21.4Craig CathcartD150-11.5 ?-
4.4Younes KaboulD232-0
3.3Ben WatsonM40-0
3.3Mauro ZarateF30-0
16.12Roberto PereyraM132-2

West Brom

28.4Matthew PhillipsM274-8
28.4Hal Robson-KanuF272-2

West Ham

29.4Winston ReidD262-229.4 ?
29.4Arthur MasuakuD110-129.4 ?
29.4Cheikhou KouyateM281-029.4 ?
28.4Robert SnodgrassM317-529.4 ?+
28.4Sofiane FeghouliM192-329.4 ?
21.4Andy CarrollF187-1
31.3Pedro ObiangM221-1
17.3Michail AntonioM299-3
27.1Angelo OgbonnaD190-0
13.10Gokhan ToreM50-1

The list includes both injured and suspended players. The columns are, respectively:

  • date when the player was placed on the list
  • player name
  • player position
  • number of games played
  • number of goals - number of assists
  • status for the day
    • ?+ : likely to play
    • ? : status uncertain
    • ?- : unlikely to play
    • - : will not play
    • s : suspended

news: injuries

Arsenal 29.4.17
Koscielny back in training

Central defender Laurent Koscielny was back in training with Arsenal today despite worries he could miss Sunday's North London Derby with Tottenham due to a knee injury. The France international was reported to have picked up the knock in the Gunners' midweek win over Leicester City, but he appears to have made a full recovery. Defender Shkodran Mustafi was still missing and isn't expected to return to first team action for another two weeks.

West Br. 29.4.17
West Brom duo out for two games

West Brom manager Tony Pulis says Matt Phillips and Hal Robson-Kanu are set to miss the next two matches due to injury. The duo both pulled up with hamstring problems in training on Tuesday and will definitely not be involved against Leicester on Saturday. James Morrison or James McClean are the leading contenders to replace Phillips while Salomon Rondon will come in for Robson-Kanu up front, as West Brom look to break a four-game duck without a goal.

Man. Utd. 28.4.17
Fellaini sent off for head butt

Marouane Fellaini was sent off during Manchester United's goalless draw with Manchester City for a headbutt. The Belgium international was booked for a foul on the Argentine in the second half, but 19 seconds after the previous challenge the midfielder was shown a straight red for headbutting the Citizens forward. Fellaini has made 42 appearances for United this season, scoring three goals, and he has become a key figure for Jose Mourinho. United are now unbeaten in 24 successive Premier League matches, equalling their longest such run in a single season.

Man. City 28.4.17
Bravo could be out for season

Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo could miss the remaining five games of the season after sustaining an injury in Thursday's 0-0 Premier League draw with rivals Manchester United. The Chilean was carried off on a stretcher in the 79th minute and replaced by Willy Caballero. "Of course he has an injury, probably [out] for some weeks," manager Pep Guardiola said after the game. "I don't know if he will be available again this season."

Man. Utd. 28.4.17
Mourinho reveals Fosu-Mensah injury

Manchester United starlet Tim Fosu-Mensah suffered an injury in the dying moments of his side's goalless draw with Manchester City on Thursday, Jose Mourinho has confirmed. The versatile Dutchman seemed to land awkwardly when jumping for a corner. "Tim Fosu-Mensah is really injured in the last action of the game. He's also an important injury," the Manchester United boss said in his press conference. "The team is in trouble and has a lot of problems, to play the way we did shows resilience and character."

Tottenh. 27.4.17
Dembele suffers ankle injury

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has stated that Mousa Dembele picked up an ankle injury against Crystal Palace but stated he does not think it is 'a big thing'. The Belgium international has been in sparkling form for Spurs this season and his role in dictating the team's attacking play cannot be understated. Dembele looks like a doubt for this weekend's North London derby against Arsenal, with Pochettino stating that the playmaker would be assessed on Thursday.

Palace 27.4.17
Sakho worry for Palace

Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce is hopeful that defender Mamadou Sakho did not suffer an anterior cruciate ligament injury against Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday. Sakho, who is on loan at Palace from Liverpool, was stretchered off in the second half of his side's 1-0 loss against Spurs after falling awkwardly when challenging for the ball.

"It looks like ligament trouble for Mama," Allardyce said. "We certainly hope it's not the cruciate but it could be the medial or the lateral. It certainly looks like a hyper-extension of the knee and we wait and see what the scan shows." Allardyce, whose team are next in action at home to Burnley on Saturday, is already without defenders Scott Dann and James Tomkins through injury.

Man. Utd. 26.4.17
Pogba out of Manchester derby

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba will miss the Premier League trip to rivals Manchester City but the rested Antonio Valencia is set to return. Pogba hobbled off the pitch in the last few minutes of Sunday's 2-0 victory at Burnley with a muscle injury. Valencia was left out of the squad at Burnley after suffering fatigue but will be back for United at the Etihad. United, who are fifth in the league and a point behind City, can leapfrog Pep Guardiola's fourth-placed side with victory.

Man. City 26.4.17
Silva doubtful for derby

Manchester City playmaker David Silva is a major doubt for Thursday's derby against Manchester United. The Spain international was forced off after just 23 minutes of Sunday's FA Cup semi-final loss to Arsenal with a hamstring injury. Striker Sergio Aguero has a better chance of featuring despite suffering a knock in the same game, while only match-fitness is now holding fellow forward Gabriel Jesus back. Jesus has been out since breaking a bone in his foot in February.

Burnley 26.4.17
Barton banned for 18 months

Joey Barton has been suspended from football and all football activity for 18-months with immediate effect after he admitted an FA misconduct charge in relation to betting. The Burnley midfielder accepted an FA charge in February and requested a personal hearing. Barton is alleged to have placed 1,260 bets over a period of 10 years. Burnley have confirmed Barton plans to appeal the length of suspension.

Liverpool 26.4.17
Sturridge could miss rest of the season

Liverpool have suffered an injury blow as there is growing concern over Daniel Sturridge's involvement for the rest of the season due to a recurring hip problem. The England international was sidelined for two months and returned to action earlier in April. He came on as a second half substitute against Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion. However, a hip injury forced him to be withdrawn from the squad, hours before the clash against Crystal Palace on 23 April.

According to the Guardian, the Merseyside club are unsure if Sturridge will be fit for the remaining four matches of this campaign. His future at Anfield is uncertain and it is believed that the star striker has already played his last game for Liverpool.

Palace 25.4.17
Tomkins may not play again this season

Defender James Tomkins may not play again for Crystal Palace this season after suffering ankle damage against Liverpool. Eagles boss Sam Allardyce says they have received positive news that "nothing is broken" after Tomkins met the brunt of a heavy challenge by Marko Grujic in their shock win at Anfield. But the centre-back is out of Palace's clash with Tottenham, and is a doubt for their remaining games against Burnley, Manchester City, Hull and Manchester United.

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