France : Ligue 1 injured & suspended list (with statistics)


13.1Yoann AndreuD160-0
23.9Billy KetkeophomphoneF51-0
12.8Alexandre LetellierG00-0


17.3Gael DanicM223-217.3 s
10.3Nicholas Saint-RufD100-117.3 s
25.2Jean-Louis LecaG250-017.3 ?+
17.2Enzo CrivelliF177-1
4.2Sebastien SquillaciD100-1


3.3Maxime PoundjeD70-0
18.2Youssouf SabalyD210-3
20.10Thomas ToureF60-1
12.8Nicolas Maurice-BelayF00-0


18.2Emmanuel ImorouD70-019.3 ?
11.2Jordan LeborgneM40-0
16.9Mouhamadou DaboD20-0
19.8Valentin VoisinM00-0


25.2Fouad ChafikD210-0
25.2Marvin MartinM50-1
17.2Pierre Lees MelouM225-3


12.8Reynald LemaitreD00-0
12.8Sullivan MartinetF00-0


17.2Marko BasaD201-0


17.3Mathieu PeybernesD280-018.3 s
17.3Walid MesloubM190-1
12.8Pape Abdou PayeD00-0


3.3Maciej RybusD160-1


3.3Patrice EvraD40-0
13.1Tomas HubocanD120-017.3 ?+
27.8Abou DiabyM20-0


12.8Matthieu UdolD00-0


17.3Djibril SidibeD232-419.3 s
10.2Guido CarrilloF177-1


17.3Paul-Bastien LasneM173-1
25.2William RemyD150-1
11.2Geoffrey JourdrenG120-0
11.2Jonathan IkoneM80-1
10.2Joris MarveauxM70-0
20.10Casimir NingaF95-2


17.3Yacine BammouF252-118.3 s
25.2Koffi DjidjiD180-0
25.2Sergio OliveiraM10-0


17.3Remi WalterM170-1
17.3Wylan CyprienM288-3
17.3Paul BaysseD172-0
25.2Oliver BoscagliD10-0
17.2Alassane PleaF2511-2

Paris SG

17.3Thomas MeunierD161-319.3 ?
17.3Thiago MottaM240-019.3 ?+
25.2Angel Di MariaM212-619.3 ?
4.2Grzegorz KrychowiakM110-0

St. Etienne

3.3Kevin MalcuitD190-3
3.3Romain HamoumaM196-2
25.2Florentin PogbaD141-1
25.2Cheikh M'BengueD120-0
25.2Benjamin CorgnetM30-019.3 ?+
25.2Ole SelnaesM200-0
10.2Alexander SoderlundF131-1
13.1Oussama TannaneF161-1


17.3Alban LafontG280-018.3 s
11.2Dusan VeskovacD10-0
11.2Clement MichelinM80-0

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

Nice 11.3.17
Cyprien out for rest of season

Nice midfielder Wylan Cyprien has been ruled out for the rest of the season after being stretchered off with a serious knee injury during Friday's draw with Caen. In a statement on Saturday, Nice confirmed that tests carried out on Cyprien showed he had ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. It is a huge blow for Nice, all the more so as it comes so soon after leading scorer Alassane Plea's season was ended recently by a knee injury.

Nice 24.2.17
Balotelli gets suspended ban for insulting referee

Nice's Mario Balotelli was handed a suspended ban on Thursday for insulting a referee in last weekend's Ligue 1 win over Lorient. The forward will be suspended for Nice's Ligue 1 encounter with Montpellier on Friday, and the Ligue de Football Professionnel said he will receive a ban for an additional game for any further incidents.

Meanwhile, Bastia received a suspended one-point deduction and partial stadium closure for three games following alleged racist abuse aimed at Balotelli during the teams' 1-1 draw on Jan. 20.

Nice 21.2.17
Alassane Plea out for the season

Nice's title hopes were dealt a blow last night when it was confirmed that French striker Alassane Plea would miss the rest of the season after undergoing a knee procedure. Plea suffered the injury two Sundays ago in a Ligue 1 encounter with Rennes. With Mario Balotelli suspended, Nice are very thin on attacking options. Anastasios Donis, a loanee from Juventus, and Alexy Bosetti, represent the only senior first team strikers available now.

Monaco 12.2.17
Boschilia suffers ACL injury

Monaco are set to be without midfielder Gabriel Boschilia for a long spell after the Brazilian suffered a serious knee injury in Saturday's 5-0 win over Metz. Boschilia was stretchered off in the 68th minute after being injured in a challenge with Jonathan Rivierez. The club later confirmed that the 20-year-old had suffered a twisted right knee and had ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament. He will undergo surgery in the coming days and is likely to miss the rest of the season.

PSG 4.2.17
Pastore ruled out

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Javier Pastore will miss this weekend's Ligue 1 encounter with Dijon after suffering another injury. The midfielder only recently made his comeback after a two-and-a-half-month spell on the sidelines due to a knee injury, featuring for 20 minutes in the 4-0 win over Rennes.

"At the end of training, Pastore felt a muscle problem, and so as a precaution he will not be in the squad," coach Unai Emery stated at a news conference. "He has not played for a long time. There was muscle fatigue. He will work with the physios on Saturday."

PSG 28.1.17
Verratti blow for PSG

Midfielder Marco Verratti will miss Paris Saint-Germain's encounter with Monaco on Sunday after sustaining a calf injury. The Italy international suffered the problem in training on Friday morning, and medical examination confirmed initial fears. Verratti, who has played in four of PSG's five competitive games since the turn of the year, will be sidelined for two weeks. The 24-year-old could miss up to five matches in total, and is scheduled to return only just before the first leg of PSG's Champions League tie with Barcelona on 14 February.

PSG 22.1.17
Emery hopes Draxler's injury is not serious

Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery has admitted the extent of Julian Draxler's injury sustained in Saturday's 2-0 win away at Nantes is unknown for now but the Spaniard hopes it is not serious. Draxler limped off in the 68th minute, moments after sitting down clutching his left calf muscle. But Emery said after the game: "I do not think it is serious. I hope it is just a knock."

Nice 6.1.17
Balotelli banned for two games

Mario Balotelli has been suspended for two matches after being sent off in Nice's Ligue 1 game at Bordeaux. The Italian striker was shown a straight red card in the 91st minute of the 0-0 draw on December 21, during the final round of games before French football's mid-season break.

The 26-year-old was joined in seeing red by team-mate Younes Belhanda, who received his marching orders four minutes later. The injured Moroccan, who would in any case be unfit to play, will formally sit out one game, while Balotelli is due to miss both the Coupe de France tie away against Lorient on Sunday and the resumption of the Ligue 1 season at home against relegation-threatened Metz.

Nice 23.12.16
Belhanda suffers toe injury

Younes Belhanda is set to miss Morocco's campaign at January's Africa Cup of Nations. The 26-year-old midfielder has been ruled out for between four and six weeks with a fractured toe. Belhanda was sent off in the dying seconds of Nice's goalless draw at Bordeaux, but he also suffered the injury on Wednesday. His absence might mean a call-up for Ajax Amsterdam's Hakim Ziyech, who was surprisingly left out of Morocco's preliminary squad.

PSG 21.12.16
Di Maria, Ben Arfa out for PSG

Forwards Angel Di Maria and Hatem Ben Arfa will miss Wednesday's Ligue 1 match against Lorient. Di Maria must continue receiving treatment, Paris Saint-Germain said on their website, without divulging the nature of the winger's injury, while Ben Arfa is still recovering from a rib problem. The crisis-stricken French champions go into the last match before the Ligue 1 winter break seven points behind leaders Nice as their hopes of a fifth straight title have faltered during the first half of the campaign.

Montpel. 14.12.16
Boudebouz to miss rest of year

Algeria attacking midfielder Ryad Boudebouz looks set to miss next month's Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon with a knee injury. The 26-year-old's French club Montpellier have announced he will be out for several weeks as he needs an operation on the problem. Montpellier's leading scorer so far this season with seven goals hurt himself in Saturday's 2-1 loss at Lille. Boudebouz will definitely miss the final three Ligue 1 games of the year.

Lyon 4.12.16
Match abandoned after Lopes injured by firecracker

Lyon goalkeeper Anthony Lopes was taken to the hospital after being hit by a firecracker during the team's Ligue 1 match against Metz on Saturday. The match was stopped when Lopes was struck by a firecracker in the 31st minute, before the game was ultimately abandoned due to the lack of safety conditions. Metz was leading the match 1-0 at the time of stoppage, however, Lyon could be awarded the 3-0 victory pending a decision from France's governing body.

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