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


17.3Alex Oxlade-ChamberlainM222-418.3 ?
17.3Kieran GibbsD60-118.3 ?
22.10Santi CazorlaM82-218.3 ?-


17.3Harry ArterM261-218.3 ?
10.3Junior StanislasM154-518.3 ?
10.3Tyrone MingsD70-018.3 s
11.2Adam FedericiG20-018.3 ?-
10.2Callum WilsonF206-018.3 ?-


24.2Johann GudmundssonM161-118.3 ?-
3.2Steven DefourM181-318.3 ?
20.1Kevin LongD00-0
20.1Dean MarneyM211-218.3 ?-


17.3Victor MosesM263-218.3 ?

Crystal Palace

10.3Patrick van AanholtD274-118.3 ?+
25.2Mathieu FlaminiM70-018.3 ?-
25.2Loic RemyF40-018.3 ?-
13.12Christian BentekeF259-118.3 ?-
2.12Connor WickhamF82-0
16.11Steve MandandaG90-018.3 ?-
11.9Pape SouareD30-018.3 ?-


17.3James McCarthyM121-118.3 ?+
17.3Leighton BainesD212-218.3 ?
9.12Yannick BolasieF141-4
7.9Muhamed BesicM00-018.3 ?-

Hull City

3.3Dieumerci MbokaniF100-118.3 ?-
25.2Evandro GoebelM50-0
10.2Michael DawsonD163-018.3 ?-
27.1Ryan MasonM161-018.3 ?-
21.1Brian LenihanD00-018.3 ?-
13.1Markus HenriksenM110-018.3 ?
11.11William KeaneF50-0
24.8Greg LuerF00-018.3 ?-
19.8Moses OdubajoM00-0


17.3Nampalys MendyM40-018.3 ?
24.2Molla WagueD00-018.3 ?-


18.3Divock OrigiF234-219.3 ?
11.3Roberto FirminoF269-419.3 ?
3.3Jordan HendersonM241-419.3 ?+
18.2Daniel SturridgeF142-119.3 ?-
3.2Ovie EjariaM20-019.3 ?-
2.11Danny IngsF00-0

Manchester City

17.2Gabriel JesusF43-119.3 ?-
16.12Ilkay GundoganM103-119.3 ?-

Manchester United

17.3Daley BlindD171-219.3 ?+
17.3Paul PogbaM254-319.3 ?-
17.3Ander HerreraM220-319.3 s
17.3Anthony MartialF153-419.3 ?+
17.3Wayne RooneyF182-519.3 ?-
10.3Bastian SchweinsteigerM00-019.3 ?-
10.3Zlatan IbrahimovicF2515-419.3 s


17.3Bernardo EspinosaD80-019.3 ?+
17.3Rudy GestedeF60-019.3 ?
10.3Daniel AyalaD81-019.3 ?-
24.2Calum ChambersD191-119.3 ?-
3.2George FriendD170-119.3 ?-


20.1Virgil van DijkD211-019.3 ?-
9.12Charlie AustinF136-1
29.10Alex McCarthyG00-019.3 ?-
13.10Matt TargettD40-019.3 ?-
7.9Jeremy PiedD10-0

Stoke City

11.3Mame DioufF180-218.3 ?
3.3Glen JohnsonD160-018.3 ?+
3.2Xherdan ShaqiriM143-018.3 ?
7.9Stephen IrelandM00-018.3 ?-
7.9Jack ButlandG00-018.3 ?-


10.3Darron GibsonM40-018.3 ?+
24.2Steven PienaarM140-018.3 ?+
2.1Victor AnichebeF113-018.3 ?-
17.12Jan KirchhoffM70-018.3 ?-
9.12Duncan WatmoreF140-2
11.11Paddy McNairD90-0
1.10Lee CattermoleM20-018.3 ?-

Swansea City

17.3Angel RangelD171-018.3 ?-
17.3Fernando LlorenteF2411-018.3 ?
17.3Martin OlssonD62-018.3 ?-
10.3Kyle NaughtonD220-018.3 ?
17.2Nathan DyerM80-118.3 ?-


18.3Harry KaneF2219-419.3 ?-
18.3Victor WanyamaM272-019.3 ?
18.3Kyle WalkerD260-519.3 ?
17.3Mousa DembeleM190-019.3 ?
27.1Danny RoseD182-219.3 ?-
2.11Erik LamelaM91-119.3 ?-


17.3Etienne CapoueM275-118.3 ?
3.3Ben WatsonM40-018.3 ?-
3.3Daryl JanmaatD161-118.3 ?
3.3Mauro ZarateF30-018.3 ?-
3.2Costel PantilimonG20-018.3 ?
27.1Christian KabaseleD112-018.3 ?-
2.1Nordin AmrabatM180-318.3 ?
16.12Roberto PereyraM132-2

West Brom

17.3James MorrisonM225-218.3 ?
3.3Matthew PhillipsM244-818.3 ?-

West Ham

17.3Robert SnodgrassM257-318.3 ?+
17.3Michail AntonioM258-318.3 ?+
17.3Mark NobleM253-0
27.1Angelo OgbonnaD190-0
2.12Diafra SakhoF21-018.3 ?-
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

Man. Utd. 24.3.17
United handed Pogba injury boost

Manchester United have reportedly been handed a major boost regarding the fitness of Paul Pogba with the midfielder now looking set to return earlier than expected from a hamstring injury. The Frenchman is sitting out the current international break after going off in United's Europa League win over Rostov, with manager Jose Mourinho citing fatigue after a long season playing almost every game. Pogba is now expected to return for his team's home game against Everton on April 4.

Chelsea 24.3.17
Hazard could return for Man City clash

Eden Hazard has had a major boost in his battle against a calf strain and is now expected to be fit for Chelsea's clash with Manchester City. The Belgium captain missed Chelsea's 2-1 win at Stoke last week after picking up the injury in training, and was expected to be out for more than two weeks. But the injury has responded more quickly to treatment than had been expected, and the Chelsea star is set to be ready to return to training with his club early next week.

West Ham 23.3.17
Sakho will miss rest of the season

West Ham striker Diafra Sakho is set to miss the rest of the season. The Senegal international has been sidelined since he suffered a back injury in November which required surgery. Sakho is now back in light training but West Ham medics say he will need a lengthy period of building up his fitness.

Arsenal 22.3.17
Cech to miss crucial games

Petr Cech is set to be sidelined for up to a month with a calf injury. The Arsenal goalkeeper limped out of our 3-1 defeat to West Brom on Saturday after pulling up with a calf problem. It means the 34-year-old will be ruled out of his team's league game against Manchester City after the international break and the visit of London rivals West Ham three days later. He will also miss Arsenal's trip to Crystal Palace 10 April 10 and the Gunners' away clash with Middlesbrough a week later.

Man. Utd. 22.3.17
Jones could be out for a month

Phil Jones could be sidelined for up to a month after suffering a suspected broken toe. The England and Manchester United defender picked up the injury in a collision with club team-mate Chris Smalling. The incident took place during England training at St George's Park. Jones was sent back to Manchester for scans and he now looks certain to be sidelined for several weeks and miss a crucial period for United.

Hull City 21.3.17
Huddlestone suspended for 3 games

Hull City midfielder Tom Huddlestone will miss the Tigers next three matches after his appeal against his red card during Saturday's defeat to Everton was rejected. Huddlestone was given his marching orders after 73 minutes at Goodison Park for a bad challenge on Idrissa Gueye.

Arsenal 21.3.17
Alexis disregards Wenger to play for Chile

Alexis Sanchez has declared himself fit to play for Chile over the international break despite Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger claiming otherwise. The forward had to be substituted against West Bromwich at the weekend, which was followed by comments by the Arsenal manager which described as a 'terrible state', with the belief that he had damaged his ankle ligaments. Days following these comments, Alexis has taken it upon himself to make himself available for Chile as they look to take on Argentina and Venezuela in their World Cup qualifiers this week.

West Ham 20.3.17
Obiang ruled out for season

Midfielder Pedro Obiang looks set to miss the rest of the season. The Spaniard, 24, who has emerged as one of West Ham's most consistent performers this term, appeared to roll his ankle during the second half of the 3-2 defeat to Leicester City and was carried off on a stretcher. West Ham also fear defender Winston Reid could face around six weeks on the sidelines after suffering an adductor injury in the first half. Winger Michail Antonio suffered a hamstring problem which has forced him to withdraw from the England squad to face Germany and Lithuania.

Southam. 20.3.17
Gabbiadini expected to miss upcoming internationals

Southampton manager Claude Puel has confirmed that Manolo Gabbiadini is expected to miss the coming Italy internationals against Albania and Netherlands after suffering a groin injury during the Saint's 2-1 defeat at Tottenham on Sunday. The in-form striker was forced off and replaced by Shane Long in the 32nd minute. Puel was hopeful that the injury was not serious but ruled the player out for the next games.

West Ham 19.3.17
Bilic confirms triple injury blow

Slaven Bilic has revealed West Ham trio Michail Antonio, Winston Reid and Pedro Obiang all picked up injuries against Leicester. Reid and Obiang were both substituted off during yesterday's 3-2 home defeat, while Antonio played the full 90 minutes.

"Winston Reid [had to] to come out because of a conductor problem. Then Pedro, it was a challenge on his ankle," Bilic said. "And now it looks like Michail [Antonio] won't be able to go with the England squad. He played the whole game but the medical team have told me now. He didn't limp off, though, so we will see tomorrow."

Arsenal 19.3.17
Perez out for three weeks

Arsenal striker Lucas Perez has been ruled out for three weeks due to a thigh problem. While the international break means Arsenal have a short break from Premier League football, Perez is still expected to miss the games against Manchester City and West Ham. The news will be a further blow to Arsene Wenger who saw Petr Cech and Alexis Sanchez pick up injuries in the defeat at the Hawthorns. Mesut Ozil is also struggling, with the Germany international ruled out of Saturday's game due to a hamstring injury.

West Ham 18.3.17
Michail Antonio suffers hamstring injury

West Ham winger Michail Antonio looks set to be withdrawn from the England squad. The 26-year-old played the full 90 minutes of the Hammers' 3-2 defeat by Leicester, but manager Slaven Bilic revealed afterwards he had suffered a hamstring injury. The news will come as a blow to Antonio, who was hoping to make his international debut in the matches against Lithuania and Germany.

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