England : Premier League injured & suspended list


12.1Laurent KoscielnyD150-014.1 ?-
12.1Sead KolasinacD151-414.1 ?
12.1Mesut OzilM153-514.1 ?
12.1Jack WilshereM70-114.1 ?
23.12Nacho MonrealD182-0
22.12Olivier GiroudF154-0
13.8Santi CazorlaM00-0


12.1Joshua KingF162-114.1 ?
25.12Junior StanislasM91-114.1 ?
22.12Jermain DefoeF153-0
22.9Tyrone MingsD20-0


12.1Isaiah BrownF120-0
25.8Steve SidwellM00-0


12.1Scott ArfieldM112-113.1 ?+
25.12Chris WoodF144-013.1 ?-
13.12Stephen WardD171-113.1 ?-
3.12Robbie BradyM151-2
15.9Tom HeatonG40-0


14.1Gary CahillD130-013.1 ?-

Crystal Palace

12.1Jason PuncheonM90-0
12.1Ruben Loftus-CheekM141-213.1 ?+
12.1Scott DannD141-0
12.1Jeff SchluppD160-0
12.1Andros TownsendM180-2
13.12Mamadou SakhoD101-1
8.12Joel WardD140-1
13.8Connor WickhamF00-0


12.1Michael KeaneD120-013.1 ?-
29.12Maarten StekelenburgG00-013.1 ?-
1.12Leighton BainesD132-1
13.8Seamus ColemanD00-0
13.8Ramiro Funes MoriD00-0


12.1Collin QuanerF100-213.1 ?-
12.1Martin CranieD30-013.1 ?-
12.1Chris LoweD160-013.1 ?-
22.12Elias KachungaF171-1
27.10Jon Gorenc StankovicD00-0


14.1Matty JamesM40-013.1 ?+
12.1Wes MorganD180-0
25.12Danny SimpsonD180-0
22.9Robert HuthD00-013.1 ?-


12.1Mohamed SalahF1814-314.1 ?
23.12Jordan HendersonM151-114.1 ?-
15.12Daniel SturridgeF92-114.1 ?
8.12Alberto MorenoD120-014.1 ?+
13.8Nathaniel ClyneD00-0

Manchester City

12.1Gabriel JesusF168-2
29.12Vincent KompanyD70-014.1 ?-
23.12Phil FodenF10-0
29.9Benjamin MendyD40-1

Manchester United

12.1Zlatan IbrahimovicF40-0
23.12Antonio ValenciaD182-015.1 ?+
24.11Eric BaillyD81-0
29.9Michael CarrickM00-0


14.1Dwight GayleF153-113.1 ?+
12.1Chancel MbembaD70-013.1 ?+
29.12Aleksandar MitrovicF61-013.1 ?-
29.12Florian LejeuneD120-0
23.12Jesus GamezD20-0


14.1Maya YoshidaD142-0
25.12Charlie AustinF155-0

Stoke City

29.12Ryan ShawcrossD131-115.1 ?
22.12Erik PietersD180-015.1 ?+
13.12Glen JohnsonD30-0
3.12Bruno Martins IndiD80-015.1 ?+

Swansea City

14.1Mike van der HoornD90-013.1 ?-
12.1Tammy AbrahamF174-113.1 ?+
12.1Renato SanchesM90-013.1 ?+
12.1Angel RangelD10-0


12.1Harry WinksM150-113.1 ?-
12.1Danny RoseD40-0
3.11Toby AlderweireldD100-0


14.1Tom CleverleyM171-213.1 ?-
22.12Younes KaboulD20-0
15.12Kiko FemeniaD150-1
1.12Will HughesM62-1
25.11Miguel BritosD91-0
12.10Issac SuccessF00-0
29.9Nathaniel ChalobahM50-0
26.8Craig CathcartD10-0
25.8Tommie HobanD00-0

West Brom

12.1James MorrisonM41-0
17.11Nacer ChadliM21-0

West Ham

14.1Michail AntonioM141-0
14.1Andy CarrollF80-013.1 ?+
12.1Winston ReidD130-013.1 ?-
12.1Diafra SakhoF142-0
13.12Edimilson FernandesM70-0
3.11Jose FonteD80-1

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

Tottenh. 16.1.18
Winks out for two more weeks

Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks has been ruled out for a further fortnight with a persistent ankle injury. The 21-year-old hasn't appeared for Spurs since Boxing Day. Now he is not expected to feature in their next two games against Southampton on Sunday and Newport in the FA Cup the following weekend. The news will be a disappointment for Mauricio Pochettino who wanted to use Winks' energy and passing ability during a busy part of the season.

West Ham 16.1.18
Chicharito sent home with flu

West Ham coach Alan Irvine says Hammers striker Chicharito was sent home yesterday with flu-like symptoms. Irvine told reporters at a press conference "Chicharito came in this morning and was sent home unwell don't know if he will be OK for tomorrow or not. It's been described as flu. Is it flu? I don't know, it might be a bad cold. We'll find out tomorrow."

Irvine added that Carroll and Sakho are unavailable for selection saying that "Andy Carroll (was) not fit yet" and "(Sakho) is injured at the moment, has been since the window opened so he's not been on the training ground at all, I've seen very little of him to be honest. He is not available for selection, it is as simple as that."

Man. Utd. 15.1.18
Martial an injury doubt vs Stoke

Anthony Martial is a doubt for Manchester United's Premier League visit of Stoke City. The 22-year-old travelled to Dubai with the rest of the United squad for their warm weather training last week but manager Jose Mourinho said Martial had suffered an unspecified injury. Antonio Valencia is set to make his first appearance since suffering a hamstring injury at West Brom on December 17, having come through the Dubai training camp unscathed. Second choice goalkeeper Sergio Romero did not travel to the United Arab Emirates but Mourinho clarified he was fit and available for the Monday night fixture with Stoke.

Man. City 14.1.18
Delph will be out "for a while"

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola confirmed Fabian Delph is likely to be out "for a while" with a knee injury as he counted the cost of Sunday's 4-3 defeat at Liverpool. Delph's departure came long before the contest reached boiling point after he turned his knee in a sliding challenge on Oxlade-Chamberlain. Right-back Danilo replaced Delph and looked uncomfortable on the opposite side of the defence.

"He will be out, I think, for a while," Guardiola told a post-match news conference. "I don't know if it will be a lot of time but he will be out for a while. It is his knee, he turned his knee."

Liverpool 14.1.18
Virgil van Dijk ruled out

Virgil van Dijk is set to miss the Reds anticipated clash with league leaders Manchester City, according to the Liverpool Echo. The world's most expensive defender has reportedly been hampered by a tight hamstring in the lead up to the clash, with Jurgen Klopp wary of risking the centre-back.

Arsenal 14.1.18
Alexis and Ozil missing

Alexis Sanchez has been left out of Arsenal's matchday squad for a meeting with Bournemouth amid mounting transfer talk, while Mesut Ozil is also missing. The German playmaker is absent through injury, but Jack Wilshere has shaken off a knock picked up in a Carabao Cup clash with Chelsea to make Arsene Wenger's starting XI. Alex Iwobi is also included again despite struggling at Stamford Bridge in midweek.

Chelsea 14.1.18
Conte plays down Cahill injury concerns

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has revealed that the injury sustained by skipper Gary Cahill in Saturday's goalless draw with Leicester City 'is nothing serious'. The England international returned to the starting lineup for the Blues' latest stalemate, lasting just 33 minutes before pulling up and being replaced by Andreas Christensen. There had been fears that Cahill may be facing a spell on the sidelines, but Conte has played down those concerns and reiterated that fatigue was a big factor behind his side's fourth successive draw.

Chelsea 13.1.18
Cahill suffers injury

Gary Cahill has been substituted off in the first half of Chelsea's clash with Leicester City with an apparent hamstring injury. The centre-back pulled up just 30 minutes into the game at Stamford Bridge as he chased Leicester striker Jamie Vardy and was given treatement on the field before limping off.

Palace 13.1.18
Palace duo out of Burnley clash

Andros Townsend and Jeffrey Schlupp have been added to Crystal Palace's lengthy injury list and will miss this weekend's Premier League fixture against Burnley. The duo left Monday night's FA Cup third-round tie against Brighton on crutches after a disappointing 2-1 defeat. Both have ankle problems and join a host of their Palace team-mates who are also set for a period on the sidelines.

Joel Ward has a groin strain and is likely to miss the visit of the Clarets and the same goes for Ruben Loftus-Cheek, who has a slight knock. Other notable absentees include Mamadou Sakho, who tore a muscle in his calf in December and is likely to return in February, as well as Connor Wickham, whose knee problem has kept him sidelined since last November. Jason Puncheon and Scott Dann both saw their seasons ended during Palace's 0-0 draw with Manchester City on New Year's Eve. In better news, Christian Benteke and Wilfried Zaha could return to the setup for Saturday's encounter.

Man. Utd. 12.1.18
Ibra expected to return in February

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is unlikely to return to action until next month. The striker made a quicker than expected return from a serious knee injury in November and made six appearances for the club. But at the end of December, the 36-year-old suffered a recurrence of the problem. Mourinho said the Swede wouldn't be rushed back into action but is expected to return to training at the end of the month, depending on how he feels.

Brighton 12.1.18
Sidwell out with ankle injury

Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Steve Sidwell will be sidelined for at least a further two months after sustaining an ankle injury during training. The 35-year-old has not featured for the Premier League club this season because of a long-term back injury. The news about Sidwell's absence comes two days after on-loan forward Izzy Brown was ruled out for the remainder of the campaign with knee ligament damage.

Leicester 11.1.18
Vardy fit to face Chelsea

Leicester striker Jamie Vardy will be fit to face Chelsea after recovering from a groin injury. The England international missed Saturday's FA Cup draw at former club Fleetwood but will travel to Stamford Bridge on Saturday. Captain Wes Morgan and defender Danny Simpson remain out with a hamstring problems, but Vicente Iborra (hamstring) and Christian Fuchs (illness) are available.

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