Premier League Injury Update – Gameweek 36

Watford vs Aston Villa – Sat 30th Apr – 15:00

Watford’s only injury concern for this game is Etienne Capoue, who’s knee injury makes him a doubt for Saturday.

Aston Villa are hoping that Micah Richards and Ciaran Clark will be back in action on Saturday. They will be without Kieran Richardson and Jordan Amavi though, and Gabby Agbonlahor remains suspended by the club.

Stoke vs Sunderland – Sat 30th Apr – 15:00

Goalkeeping duo Shay Given and Jack Butland are both sidelined. Glen Johnson will be out for another week or so too, but Ibrahim Afellay has been ruled out until next January with an ACL tear. On the plus side, Xherdan Shaqiri, Marc Wilson, and Jon Walters should all be back to full fitness on Saturday.

Jeremain Lens is the only minor concern for Sunderland, but they are hoping he will be back in time to visit Stoke.

Everton vs Bournemouth – Sat 30th Apr – 15:00

Gareth Barry is major doubt for Everton, while Seamus Coleman and Tyias Browning are definitely out. Ramiro Funes Mori is still suspended too, meaning that Phil Jagielka could make another appearance despite not being fully fit.

Max Gradel could make a long awaited return for Bournemouth after missing out on most of the season. Adam Smith and Harry Arter are major doubts, and Tokelo Rantie and Tyrone Mings will definitely miss out.

Newcastle vs Crystal Palace – Sat 30th Apr – 15:00

Darryl Janmaat is expected to miss out for Newcastle again, along with Rob Elliott, Tim Krul, Fabricio Coloccini, and Massadio Haidara. Steven Taylor and Yoann Gouffran should be back in action though.

Wilfried Zaha is hoping to shake off a knock in time for Saturday’s game. The same can’t be said of Brede Hangelaand, Marouane Chamakh, and Kwesi Appiah though, who are all expected to miss out.

West Brom vs West Ham – Sat 30th Apr – 15:00

Key players Saido Berahino and Ben Foster are expected to recover in time to play for West Brom. Alex Pritchard, Chris Brunt, and James Morrison all remain sidelined though.

West Ham have a clean bill of health after sending the crocked Carl Jenkinson back to parent club Arsenal.

Arsenal vs Norwich – Sat 30th Apr – 17:30

Carl Jenkinson is the only confirmed absentee for Arsenal, although Santi Cazorla is also doubtful to make the grade.

Timm Klose and Alex Tettey continue their rehabilitation for Norwich, and Andre Wisdom is also suffering from a minor knee injury.

Swansea vs Liverpool – Sun 1st May – 12:00

Leroy Fer and Alberto Paloschi are expected to recover from hamstring problems in time to give Swansea a trademark clean bill of health.

The same certainly can’t be said of Liverpool. Ligament damage has ruled out Divock Origi, Jordan Henderson, Danny Ings, and Joe Gomez, with Emre Can and Jordan Rossiter also sidelined. On a positive note, Phillipe Coutinho is expected to recover from a bout of illness in time to face Swansea.

Manchester United vs Leicester – Sun 1st May – 14:05

Adnan Januzaj could make a surprise return on Sunday, but Bastian Schweinsteiger, Will Keane, and Luke Shaw remain sidelined for Manchester United.

Leicester remain without Matthew James through injury. Leonardo Ulloa has also picked up a back injury which is causing some concern, and Jamie Vardy remains suspended for this game.

Southampton vs Manchester City – Sun 1st May – 16:30

January transfer striker Charlie Austin is hoping to make a return from a knee injury, but long term absentee Florin Gardos remains in the sidelines.

Midfield trio David Silva, Samir Nasri, and Yaya Toure are all doubts for Manchester City, and aren’t like to be risked due to their upcoming trip to the Bernebau.

Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur – Mon 2nd May – 20:00

Central defensive partnership Gary Cahill and John Terry could return on Monday. Kurt Zouma and Loic Remy remain on the sidelines though.

Eric Dier and Nassim Bentaleb are the only two absentees for Tottenham Hotspur on Monday.

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