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When one of their great players gets injured, fantasy football managers around the world cringe because a trip to the hospital is never good news.

Here is all the Premier League injuries and expected return dates throughout the season.

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Takehiro Tomiyasu (knee): Japanese full-back will miss the rest of the season after needing surgery.

Eddie Nketiah (ankle): Still a few weeks away from making a return.

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Thomas Partey (other): Small issue kept the midfielder out of action for Ghana during the international break.

Kieran Tierney (knock): Substituted after receiving a tough tackle in Scotland’s win over Spain.

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Mohamed Elneny (knee): Egyptian midfielder has undergone surgery and will be out for an extended period.

William Saliba (back): French defender was substituted in the Europa League exit to Sporting and not fit to face Leeds.

Aston Villa

Matty Cash (calf): Likely to miss a couple of weeks after picking up a problem on international duty with Poland.

Philippe Coutinho (thigh): Not fit to face Chelsea.

Leander Dendoncker (hand): Ready to play for Unai Emery.

Boubacar Kamara (lower leg): Likely to be included in the squad for the clash at Stamford Bridge.

Jed Steer (Achilles): Goalkeeper is a long-term absentee.


Keane Lewis-Potter (knee): Could miss the run-in.

Kristoffer Ajer (calf): Hoping to be fit before the end of the season.

Shandon Baptiste (suspended): Sent off for two bookable offences against Leicester.

Mads Roerslev (hamstring): Right-back is available to face Brighton.

Vitaly Janelt (knee): Absent this weekend and being assessed.


Adam Lallana (hamstring): Could feature before the end of the season.

Jakub Moder (knee): Stepping up recovery after rupturing his ACL.

Tariq Lamptey (knee): Could return against Brentford but more likely at Bournemouth on Tuesday.

Levi Colwill (muscular): Chelsea loanee is nearing a return to action.

Jeremy Sarmiento (metatarsal): Will miss an extended period after picking up an injury while on international duty with Ecuador.


Illia Zabarnyi (ankle): January signing back available to boss Gary O’Neil.

Marcus Tavernier (hamstring): Fully fit and able to face Fulham.

Junior Stanislas (unknown): Winger hoping to return soon.


Raheem Sterling will not play against Aston Villa
Raheem Sterling will not play against Aston Villa

Armando Broja (knee): Torn ligaments will keep young striker out for rest of the season.

Thiago Silva (knee): Ligament damage will keep the Brazilian defender on the sidelines.

Kai Havertz (fever): Has recovered from illness.

Cesar Azpilicueta (concussion): Remains out of action as he continues protocol.

Mason Mount (abdomen): Trained and is available.

Edouard Mendy (hand): Goalkeeper needed surgery to repair a fractured finger and is back in training.

Raheem Sterling (hamstring): Hoping to return to action against Liverpool on Tuesday.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (back): Absent since the defeat at Tottenham.

Wesley Fofana (hamstring): Will miss the Aston Villa clash.

Reece James (illness): Should be available to boss Graham Potter.

Christian Pulisic (cold): American returned from international duty with a bug.

Crystal Palace 

Chris Richards (other): Roy Hodgson hoping the defender will be back next week.

Nathan Ferguson (unknown): Another who could return to the fold following the Leicester game.

Sam Johnstone (calf): Goalkeeper is back fit.

James McArthur (illness): Scottish midfielder has not played since the start of the month.

Vicente Guaita (hamstring): Should return between the sticks against the Foxes.

Joachim Andersen (calf): Danish centre-back missed the defeat at Arsenal before the international break.


Andros Townsend (knee): Has suffered a setback which will keep him out until May.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (hamstring): Progressing well but has not returned to full training.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin continues to give Everton boss Sean Dyche a selection headache
Dominic Calvert-Lewin continues to give Everton boss Sean Dyche a selection headache


Neeskens Kebano (Achilles): Out for the rest of the campaign.

Aleksandar Mitrovic (suspended): Sent off in FA Cup defeat at Manchester United.

Willian (suspended): Also given his marching orders at Old Trafford.

Shane Duffy (calf): Irish defender has been absent since the start of February.

Layvin Kurzawa (knee): Not available following ligament injury.


Max Wober (hamstring): Picked up issue on international duty with Austria.

Stuart Dallas (leg): Had a second operation following a fractured femur.

Adam Forshaw (hip): Seeking expert advice to solve issue.

Tyler Adams (hamstring): American has undergone surgery but is now doubtful to return before the end of the season.

Wilfried Gnonto (ankle): Limped off during Italy’s win over Malta.

Leeds winger Wilfried Gnonto was injured on international duty with Italy
Leeds winger Wilfried Gnonto was injured on international duty with Italy


James Justin (Achilles): Ruptured his Achilles against Newport in the Carabao Cup and is out for the season.

Youri Tielemans (ankle): Belgian ace has suffered a setback in his recovery.

Harry Souttar (ankle): Aussie defender should be fine despite returning early from international duty.

Dennis Praet (dead leg): A doubt for the trip to Crystal Palace.

Victor Kristiansen (ankle): Trained this week and in contention to face Palace.

Jonny Evans (hamstring): Back in training and recovering well.

Ryan Bertrand (knee): Long-term absentee is training but needs to build his fitness before a first-team return.

Jannik Vestergaard (other): Training away from the first team due to an internal disciplinary matter.


Calvin Ramsay (knee): Young Scottish defender out until next season.

Stefan Bajcetic (thigh): Also ruled out until the summer.

Thiago Alcantara (hip): Spaniard expected to return to training next week.

Luis Diaz (knee): Colombian is in training but will not play against Manchester City.

Joe Gomez (knock): Back fit and likely to make the squad that travels to the Etihad.

Darwin Nunez (foot): Picked up a cut against Real Madrid but in contention to take on Pep Guardiola’s title chasers.

Kostas Tsimikas (unknown): Subbed off after 24 minutes of Greece’s draw with Lithuania.

Naby Keita (other): Returned from international duty with a muscle injury.

Manchester City

Phil Foden (appendix): Out for at least two weeks following surgery.

Erling Haaland (groin): In recovery and hoping to be fit to face Liverpool.

Manchester United

Casemiro has received two red cards for Manchester United this season
Casemiro has received two red cards for Manchester United this season

Donny van de Beek (knee): Dutchman is out for the rest of the season.

Casemiro (suspended): Serving a four-match ban after receiving his second red card of the season against Southampton.

Christian Eriksen (ankle): Was on the wrong end of an Andy Carroll challenge against Reading and could be out until May.

Marcel Sabitzer (knock): Doubtful after sustaining a problem for Austria against Azerbaijan.

Anthony Martial (hip): Set to be named in Erik ten Hag’s squad for the first time since early February.

Raphael Varane (other): French defender a doubt to feature at Newcastle.

Marcus Rashford (toe): Ten Hag hopeful the homegrown hero will be available for the game at St James’ Park.

Tom Heaton (ankle): Keeper should be available by the end of April.

Alejandro Garnacho (ankle): Suffered ligament damage in the draw with Southampton.


Miguel Almiron (thigh): Fan favourite will spend four weeks on the sidelines.

Anthony Gordon (ankle): Young winger has returned to training.

Allan Saint-Maximin (hamstring): Available despite being subbed off at Nottingham Forest.

Nick Pope (thigh): England stopper withdrew from Three Lions squad but Eddie Howe hoping to have him back between the posts.

Sven Botman (food poisoning): Available despite issues during the international break.

Ryan Fraser (other): Training with the Under-21s for the time being.

Emil Krafth (knee): Will miss a lengthy stretch of time with an ACL injury.

Nottingham Forest

Chris Wood will not play for Nottingham Forest again this season
Chris Wood will not play for Nottingham Forest again this season

Chris Wood (thigh): Ruled out for the rest of the season.

Willy Boly (hamstring): Defender may not play again this season.

Dean Henderson (thigh): Continuing his recovery.

Serge Aurier (knock): Picked up an issue during the international break.

Andre Ayew (knock): Another who is now a doubt after sustaining a new injury.

Wayne Hennessey (knee): Welsh keeper sat out international duty as he remains sidelined.

Source: Livescore


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