English Premier League Injured & Suspended List Football


20.6Kieran Tierney (D)Hamstring

Aston Villa

2.3Jacob Ramsey (M)161-1Toe
12.2Boubacar Kamara (M)200-1Knee
13.8Tyrone Mings (D)10-0Knee?
11.8Emiliano Buendia (F)Knee?


21.3Luis Sinisterra (F)202-2Hamstring


15.5Frank Onyeka (M)261-2
15.5Nathan Collins (D)321-1
28.2Ben Mee (D)162-0Ankle
8.2Josh Dasilva (M)30-0Knee
5.11Aaron Hickey (M)90-0Hamstring?
17.9Rico Henry (M)50-1Knee?


29.4Jan Paul van Hecke (D)280-0Hamstring
14.4Pervis Estupinan (M)192-3Calf
4.4Evan Ferguson (F)276-0Ankle
23.2Kaoru Mitoma (M)193-4Back
10.2Jack Hinshelwood (M)123-0Foot
31.1James Milner (M)150-2Thigh
22.10Solomon March (F)73-1Knee


9.7Angelo (F)Groin
11.6Nicolas Jackson (F)3514-5Ankle?
29.12Romeo Lavia (M)10-0Thigh?
18.7Wesley Fofana (D)Knee?

Crystal Palace

12.5Will Hughes (M)300-1Knee
24.4Rob Holding (D)Hamstring
27.3Sam Johnstone (G)200-0Elbow
9.3Matheus Franca (F)100-1Groin
25.11Cheick Doucoure (M)110-0Achilles


19.6Vitaliy Mykolenko (D)282-0Ankle
12.5Jack Harrison (F)293-3Hamstring?
16.4Nathan Patterson (D)200-2Hamstring


20.5Bernd Leno (G)380-0Shoulder?
12.5Issa Diop (D)180-0s


20.12Ben Doak (F)10-0Knee

Manchester City

15.7Rodri (M)348-9?
24.5Issa Kabore (M)Ankle?
15.5Ederson (G)330-0Eye

Manchester United

19.7Tyrell Malacia (D)Knee?


15.5Valentino Livramento (D)261-0Ankle
7.4Joe Willock (M)91-0Achilles?
2.4Matt Targett (D)30-0Achilles
31.3Jamaal Lascelles (D)161-0Knee
27.3Lewis Miley (M)171-3Back
21.3Sven Botman (D)172-2Knee
27.10Sandro Tonali (M)81-0s


29.5Gavin Bazunu (G)Achilles


12.7Rodrigo Bentancur (M)231-1Ankle?
11.5Richarlison (F)2811-4Calf
2.5Ben Davies (D)171-0Calf
21.4Destiny Udogie (D)282-3Quadriceps
16.2Fraser Forster (G)Foot

West Ham

25.6Edson Alvarez (M)311-1Hamstring


18.5Sasa Kalajdzic (F)112-0Knee
19.4Craig Dawson (D)251-1Groin

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

  • updated
  • player name (position)
  • games played
  • goals - assists
  • Injury
  • status
    • ?+ likely to play
    • ? status uncertain
    • ?- unlikely to play
    • - will not play
    • s suspended

Last updated 18.7.2024 05:49 GMT

News - injuries

Lewis Miley faces lengthy layoff

5.7.24 Newcastle

Newcastle United midfielder Lewis Miley will be sidelined for the beginning of the 2024-25 season due to a foot injury. The 18-year-old, who emerged as a promising talent last season, is expected to be out until early October after breaking his metatarsal during an early summer training session.

Nicolas Jackson suffers ankle injury

9.6.24 Chelsea

Chelsea striker Nicolas Jackson has suffered an ankle injury whilst on international duty with Senegal. The 22-year-old was forced off in the closing stages of Senegal's 1-1 draw with DR Congo in their World Cup qualifier on Thursday.

Reece James to miss start of next season

5.6.24 Chelsea

Reece James will miss the first three games of the 2024-25 Premier League season after the Football Association dismissed Chelsea's efforts to have his ban overturned. The 24-year-old full-back received a red card in the Blues' penultimate game of the season against Brighton & Hove Albion for kicking out at Seagulls forward Joao Pedro.

Maguire ruled out of FA Cup final

24.5.24 Man Utd

Manchester United defender Harry Maguire will miss Saturday's FA Cup final after failing in his race to be fit following a muscle injury. Maguire was absent for the final weeks of the Premier League campaign but was hoping to be fit to feature in the showpiece event against rivals Manchester City.

Man United handed injury boost for FA Cup final

23.5.24 Man Utd

Mason Mount was back in training for Manchester United on Wednesday, with the midfielder seemingly having a strong chance of returning to the Red Devils squad for the FA Cup final. Man United have had huge injury problems this season, but their squad has been boosted of late, with Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford, Raphael Varane, Willy Kambwala and Lisandro Martinez all back to fitness.

Trippier 'not injured' despite early exit

23.5.24 Newcastle

Newcastle have allayed any fears that England football team defender Kieran Trippier picked up an injury during the club's end-of-season friendly clash with Tottenham. Trippier lasted just 37 minutes before he was replaced after apparently taking a kick on his ankle. However, Magpies boss Eddie Howe confirmed that the 33-year-old full-back's withdrawal was "pre-planned" as he works his way back to full match fitness ahead of Euro 2024.

Ederson ruled out of Copa America

20.5.24 Man City

Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson has been ruled out of the Copa America, the Brazil Football Confederation confirmed. Ederson suffered a fractured eye socket when he collided with defender Cristian Romero during City's recent Premier League match against Tottenham.

Everton confirm plans for Dele Alli's future

18.5.24 Everton

Everton have announced that Dele Alli will continue to undergo his rehabilitation programme with the club, despite his contract expiring next month. The playmaker has been recovering from a significant long-term injury for most of this season and the Toffees are keen to aid his recovery.

Ederson ruled out of Man City title decider

17.5.24 Man City

Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson will miss Sunday's final Premier League game and the FA Cup final. The Brazilian was forced off injured with a facial injury during the victory at Tottenham on Tuesday. Scans have confirmed Ederson sustained a small fracture to the right eye socket following a collision with Cristian Romero.

Luke Shaw suffers injury blow

17.5.24 Man Utd

Luke Shaw's availability for Euro 2024 looks in jeopardy after Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag said the full-back is a major doubt for next weekend's FA Cup final. Shaw's return from his latest muscle injury was expected in early May but Ten Hag revealed the 28-year-old had suffered a setback in his rehabilitation.

De Bruyne offers injury update

16.5.24 Man City

Kevin De Bruyne expects to be 'alright' for Manchester City's Premier League title decider against West Ham despite hobbling off during the crucial victory over Tottenham. "I think I'm alright," he said when asked about the injury. "It's a bit sore, in that moment it felt a little bit like a knife going down my leg. But it's an impact injury so it's not bad, not bad. We will be alright."

Guardiola gives update on De Bruyne and Ederson

15.5.24 Man City

Pep Guardiola has provided an injury update on Kevin De Bruyne and Ederson ahead of Manchester City's title decider against West Ham on Sunday. Guardiola's side defeated Tottenham 2-0 on Tuesday but City fans have been left sweating over the fitness of two key players.

"Kevin had a kick to the ankle and couldn't run properly," Guardiola said after the match. "Ederson did not have concussion, he had a problem with his eye. He could not see properly so the doctor said I should change."