Fantasy Premier League Injury Room

Fantasy Premier League managers to attentively check on their squad for avoid picking injured players.

Manchester United – 5 injuries, 3 late fitness tests

Some bright side for the Red Devils who were constantly hit with injury dilemmas, marquee signing Radamel Falcao, Marcus Rojo and long term absentee Jonny Evans could feature this weekend if pass a late fitness test. Whereas, defenders like Luke Shaw, Rafael, Lingard and Phil Jones are expected to be fit in one or two weeks’ time. Hence, Louis Van Gaal’s prime concern will be on his fellow countryman Daley Blind who suffers with a MCL knee ligament injury. Manchester United are progressively making their mark this season, if these crucial players return in time, there is no stopping them.

Chelsea – 1 Injury

Chelsea boss, Jose Mourinho has confirmed that powerhouse forward Diego Costa will be available for the travelling squad to the Stadium of Light despite picking up a knock during Champions League. The Blues have a full blessed to choose from once again, a tiny concern with youngster Ake is out with a hamstring concern.

Arsenal – 7 injuries, 2 late fitness tests

Lightning struck once again at the Emirates, as influential midfielder Jack Wilshere is out up to February after picking up an ankle injury against Manchester United last weekend. Yaya Sanogo and Szczesny will be available against West Brom but will undergo late fitness test. Goalkeeper David Ospina, Debuchy and Mesut Ozil are still weeks away to return. The biggest headache for Arsene Wenger is holding midfielder Mikel Arteta as well as Theo Walcott is not given a return date yet, seems to be a worry for the Gunners. Some reports state that the wing wizard could feature on the bench at the Hawtorns.

Manchester City – 3 injuries

The Citizens will travel to St. Mary’s Stadium without attackers Eden Dzeko (calf muscle strain) and dazzling winger David Silva (knee injury).  Wing back Kolarov is still a long term concern as he is battling against time with a calf injury.

Liverpool – 5 injuries

The Reds have to cope with sublime striker Daniel Sturridge who is out for five weeks with a thigh injury. Since Rickie Lambert is showing some improvements, Mario Balotelli’s absence with a groin injury won’t affect much. Towering defender, Mamadou Sakho might return after a long spell stay in the medical room, however Jon Flanagan and Jose Enrique continue their treatment for knee injuries.

Other teams’ injury list:

Everton – 5 injuries, 5 late fitness tests

Late fitness tests – Naismith, Steven Pienaar, Leighton Baines, Gareth Barry, Kone

James McCarthy – Hamstring Injury

Gibson – Knee Injury

Alcaraz – Dislocated Shoulder

Oviedo – Minor Leg Surgery

Stones – Ankle Injury

Newcastle United – 6 injuries, one late fitness test

Late fitness test – Tim Krul

Taylor – Knee Injury

Aarons – Hamstring injury

Abeid – Ankle injury

De Jong – Thigh Muscle Strain

Santon – Knee Injury

C Good – Groin Injury

Stoke City – 4 injuries

Victor Moses – Thigh Muscle Strain

Teixiera – Ankle Injury

Robert Huth – Shin Injury

Peter Odemwingie – ACL Knee Injury

Aston Villa – 5 injuries

Senderos – Calf Injury

Fabian Delph – Dislocated Shoulder

Kozak – Broken Leg

Ron Vlaar – Knock

Baker – Knee Injury

Spurs – 1 injury

Kyle Walker – Groin Injury

West Ham United – 1 injury

Diafra Sakho – Back Injury

Burnley – 3 injuries

S Vokes – ACL Knee Injury

Taylor – Calf Injury

Southampton – 3 injuries

Ward-Prowse – Ankle Injury

Gallagher – Knee Injury

Jay Rodriguez – Knee Injury

Sunderland – 3 injuries

Jones – Hamstring Injury

Giaccherini – Ankle Injury

Van Aanholt – Dislocated Shoulder

West Brom – 2 injuries

Olsson – Calf Injury

Varela – Groin Strain

Swansea City – 1 Injury

Fernandez – Calf Injury

Leicester City – 1 injury

Hammond – Calf Injury

Hull City – 1 injury

Robert Snodgrass – Knee Injury

Queens Park Rangers – 3 injuries

Ranieri – Knee Injury

A Faurlin – Knee Injury

Taarabt – Groin Injury

Crystal Palace – 3 injuries

Mariappa – MCL Knee Ligament Injury

Delaney – Calf Muscle Strain

 Doyle – Groin Injury

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