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England : Premier League injured & suspended list

Arsenal

20.4Jack WilshereM171-222.4 ?
18.4Aaron RamseyM196-622.4 ?
6.4Henrikh MkhitaryanM212-922.4 ?-
13.8Santi CazorlaM00-0

Bournemouth

6.4Junior StanislasM185-2
30.3Adam SmithD271-3
22.9Tyrone MingsD20-0

Brighton

13.4Davy PropperM300-3s
25.8Steve SidwellM00-0

Burnley

20.4James TarkowskiD230-022.4 ?
13.4Georges-Kevin N'KoudouM50-022.4 ?
6.4Scott ArfieldM182-1
6.4Ben MeeD280-022.4 ?
2.2Steven DefourM241-1
19.1Jonathan WaltersF40-022.4 ?
3.12Robbie BradyM151-2

Chelsea

20.4Marcos AlonsoD286-1s
15.4Danny DrinkwaterM121-0
30.3Ethan AmpaduD10-0
18.2David LuizD101-0

Crystal Palace

30.3Jeff SchluppD220-1
2.2Bakary SakoM163-0
12.1Jason PuncheonM100-0
12.1Scott DannD171-0
13.8Connor WickhamF00-0

Everton

30.3Mason HolgateD150-0
16.3Gylfi SigurdssonM274-3
18.2Eliaquim MangalaD110-0
26.1James McCarthyM40-0

Huddersfield

6.4Elias KachungaF181-1
30.3Jordan WilliamsD00-0
9.3Michael HefeleD20-0?

Leicester

18.4Shinji OkazakiF246-1?+
15.4Kasper SchmeichelG300-0?+
13.4Vicente IborraM152-0
30.3Matty JamesM130-0
9.3Daniel AmarteyM80-0?-

Liverpool

15.4Nathaniel ClyneD00-0
15.4Dejan LovrenD231-121.4 ?
6.4Adam LallanaM100-0
6.4Joel MatipD241-0
30.3Joe GomezD210-221.4 ?
30.3Emre CanM263-4

Manchester City

15.4Sergio AgueroF2421-6
13.4John StonesD160-022.4 ?
13.4FernandinhoM283-322.4 s
29.9Benjamin MendyD40-122.4 ?-

Manchester United

30.3Sergio RomeroG00-0

Newcastle

20.4Christian AtsuM262-223.4 ?-

Southampton

20.4Mario LeminaM221-0?
13.4Jack StephensD182-0s

Stoke City

20.4Glen JohnsonD50-022.4 ?
6.4Konstantinos StafylidisD50-0
30.3Maxim Choupo-MotingM305-5

Swansea City

15.4Luciano NarsinghM151-022.4 ?+
6.4Samuel ClucasM233-022.4 ?+
9.2Leroy FerM201-1
9.2Wilfried BonyF152-0
12.1Renato SanchesM120-0

Tottenham

13.4Kyle Walker-PetersD20-0?
13.4Danny RoseD60-0
30.3Harry WinksM160-1

Watford

20.4Sebastian ProdlD180-021.4 ?
15.4Andre CarrilloM261-221.4 ?
15.4Jose HolebasD220-321.4 ?
25.2Gerard DeulofeuF41-0
9.2Tom CleverleyM231-2
22.12Younes KaboulD20-0
29.9Nathaniel ChalobahM50-0
25.8Tommie HobanD00-0

West Brom

13.4Jonny EvansD252-121.4 ?
13.4Hal Robson-KanuF182-021.4 ?
9.3Gareth BarryM251-1
12.1James MorrisonM41-0
17.11Nacer ChadliM31-021.4 ?

West Ham

20.4Angelo OgbonnaD241-022.4 ?
6.4Michail AntonioM203-1
30.3James CollinsD121-022.4 ?-
9.3Winston ReidD170-0
9.3Sam ByramD50-0
28.1Pedro ObiangM202-0

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

Watford 19.4.18
Watford squad hit by stomach virus

Watford manager Javi Gracia has revealed the club have been hit by a stomach virus with four players struggling for Saturday's clash with Crystal Palace. Gerard Deulofeu, the forward on loan from Barcelona, and defender Sebastian Prodl have both been absent from training due to the illness sweeping the camp. Gracia refused to reveal the names of the other two players who were affected, but hopes all four will be fit for the visit of Roy Hodgson's side.

Liverpool 19.4.18
Lovren back in training

Dejan Lovren has handed Liverpool another huge defensive injury boost after returning to training on Thursday. The Croatian centre-back was forced off during Saturday's 3-0 win over Bournemouth after suffering what was described as muscle tightness in his leg.

Lovren's withdrawal was another scare to manager Jurgen Klopp who has seen his defensive options deplete on a weekly basis over the past month. Joe Gomez pulled up with an injury on international duty before Joel Matip's season ended by a ruptured thigh muscle. Ragnar Klavan has also struggled with illness, but Klopp's defensive options have been given a welcome couple of boosts this week. After Gomez made his own return to action on Tuesday, Lovren followed on, training with the rest of his team-mates at Melwood on Thursday.

Chelsea 19.4.18
Alonso banned for three games

Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso has been handed a three-match ban following his challenge on Southampton's Shane Long last weekend. The left wing-back appeared to stand on the back of Southampton forward Shane Long's leg during their Premier League game on Saturday and the incident went unpunished by referee Mike Dean. Alonso will now miss Sunday's FA Cup semi-final with the Saints and Premier League games against Burnley and Swansea.

Man. City 18.4.18
Aguero unlikely to be fit for World Cup

Manchester City and Argentina forward Sergio Aguero is likely not to recover from his knee injury according to an Argentina national team doctor. The striker underwent keyhole surgery on a knee problem which has troubled him for a number of week, having not started a game since March 4. But Argentina doctor Homero D'Agostino predicts a five-week recovery with the World Cup under two months away and expects Aguero to be in a race to regain match fitness ahead of facing Iceland on June 16.

Arsenal 18.4.18
Arsenal handed quadruple injury boost

Arsene Wenger has been given some much-needed good news ahead of the most important week of Arsenal's season. Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere and David Ospina are all expected to be fit for the upcoming clashes with Atletico Madrid as well as Man United. While their status for this weekend's London derby with West Ham remains questionable, the trio have returned to training and are in line to face Atletico in just over a week.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan could also be involved for the semifinals or against his former club despite fears that his recent knee injury would cause him to miss the rest of the season. Laurent Koscielny is expected to be rested on Sunday for the visit of the Hammers as the Frenchman continues to deal with a chronic Achilles problem.

Man. City 17.4.18
Aguero undergoes knee surgery

Manchester City's top scorer Sergio Aguero is unlikely to play again this season after undergoing a knee operation. Aguero went under the knife on Monday to address cartilage damage. The striker made a return to the City fold during the 3-2 defeat by Manchester United 10 days ago having missed four matches with a knee injury. He felt severe discomfort and claimed he "couldn't run" after a 23-minute substitute appearance in the Champions League against Liverpool three days later. Initial reports suggest that Aguero could be sidelined for up to a month, which would bring his 2017-18 domestic campaign to a close.

Leicester 17.4.18
Schmeichel doubtful

Kasper Schmeichel is a huge doubt for Leicester City's game against Southampton. The City goalkeeper picked up an ankle injury during the defeat at Burnley and has been unable to train since. The Denmark international will be assessed to see if he can recover in time for the visit of Saints to the King Power Stadium on Thursday night.

Shinji Okazaki will also need assessing on an ankle injury following the defeat at Burnley. The Japan international was withdrawn at half-time at Turf Moor to be replaced by Kelechi Iheanacho. Daniel Amartey will not be ready in time for the visit of Saints after he returned to training after a hamstring injury.

Liverpool 15.4.18
Klopp hopes Lovren injury is not serious

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp faces a nervous wait to find out the extent of Dejan Lovren's injury he picked up against Bournemouth on Saturday. The Croatia centre back hobbled off late on at Anfield as Liverpool ran out comfortable 3-0 winners thanks to goals from Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino.

"I didn't see the knock. I would love if it would be because of a 'knock' [rather than] a strain or tear or whatever. I have no clue," Klopp said. "He felt something but I didn't speak to him afterwards, I only saw that he was limping."

Liverpool 14.4.18
Klopp reveals Firmino injury

Jurgen Klopp has revealed that Roberto Firmino has been suffering from a neck injury ahead of Liverpool's clash with Bournemouth on Saturday. The Brazilian was substituted in the final stages of Liverpool's 2-1 victory over Manchester City on Tuesday evening after scoring the winning goal. But despite suffering from a neck injury this week, Klopp believes the 26-year-old will be fit to face Bournemouth at Anfield. Klopp also revealed that Ragnar Klavan and Nathaniel Clyne are major doubts to be fit for the match against Bournemouth.

Man. City 14.4.18
Mendy plays for Man City development squad

Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy has made significant progress in his return from long-term injury by turning out for the team's Under-23s in their home match against their Manchester United counterparts. The France international, who has been missing for seven months with a knee problem, played 45 minutes. City spent big on Mendy, paying £52m to bring him to the club from Monaco in the summer, but he has not featured for them since damaging his anterior cruciate ligament in September's 5-0 victory over Crystal Palace.

Liverpool 13.4.18
Liverpool rocked by triple injury blow

Emre Can, Joel Matip and Adam Lallana are unlikely to feature again for Liverpool this season. Defender Matip's campaign is definitely over after his struggle with a thigh injury while Can has yet to recover from his back strain. The latter is unlikely to play for the club again with his contract set to expire at the end of the campaign. Adam Lallana is also likely to be missing for the final weeks of the season with a hamstring injury.

Man. City 13.4.18
Aguero ruled out of Tottenham match

Manager Pep Guardiola says Manchester City's trip to Tottenham Hotspur is now the most important game of the season but he will again be without striker Sergio Aguero. Aguero sustained a knee injury from a challenge by Manchester United's Ashley Young last weekend. He came on as a second half substitute in the second leg defeat to Liverpool on Tuesday but has not started a game in six weeks. Brazilian midfielder Fernandinho is suspended while John Stones is also ruled out through injury.

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