Premier League Injury Update – Gameweek 37

Norwich vs Manchester United – Sat 7th May – 12:45

Ryan Bennett is hoping to have recovered from a bout of illness in time to take to the pitch for Norwich. Andre Wisdom and Timm Klose are still suffering from knee injuries though, and Alex Tettey remains out with his ankle problem.

Bastian Schweinsteigers knee ligament damage means he won’t play again this season, and Luke Shaw is unlikely to make a comeback in Manchester United’s final three league games either. Will Keane is also still injured.

West Ham vs Swansea – Sat 7th May – 15:00

West Ham are hoping to have a fully fit squad after shipping the crocked Carl Jenkinson back to parent club Arsenal a few weeks ago.

Swansea’s injury list has uncharacteristically expanded to include Neil Taylor, Gylfi Sigurdsson, and Alberto Paloschi. Jefferson Montero and Leroy Fer are doubts as well, while captain Ashley Williams is set to be rested ahead of Euro 2016.

Crystal Palace vs Stoke – Sat 7th May – 15:00

Yannick Bolasia, Scott Dann, and Mile Jedinak are all hoping to make the grade for Crystal Palace. Wilfried Zaha will miss another week though, and Brede Hangelaand, Marouane Chamakh, and Kwesi Appiah remain sidelined.

Bojan, Marko Arnautovic, and Shay Given are all listed as doubtful for Stoke. Ibrahim Afellay won’t be back until next January with his ACL rupture, and Jack Butland, Glen Johnson, and Marc Wilson could all miss the remainder of the season.

Sunderland vs Chelsea – Sat 7th May – 15:00

Billy Jones is the only potential casualty for Sunderland this weekend.

Chelsea will be without Loic Remy and Kurt Zouma again, but apart from that have a fully fit squad available.

Bournemouth vs West Brom – Sat 7th May – 15:00

Max Gradel could be back in action for Bournemouth, but Sylvain Distin, Adam Smith, Tokelo Rantie, and Tyrone Mings will all miss out on Saturday.

Alex Pritchard and James Morrison could both make a comeback for West Brom, but Chris Brunt’s ACL injury is going to keep him out until October.

Aston Villa vs Newcastle – Sat 7th May – 15:00

Long term injury Jordan Amavi will stay on the sidelined with his ACL rupture, but Kieran Richardson is hoping to make a return on Saturday.

Vurnon Anita, Darryl Janmaat, and Yoann Gouffran could all make comebacks for this crucial match for Newcastle. Goalkeeping duo Rob Elliott and Tim Krul remain out though, along with Massadio Haidara. Captain Fabricio Coloccini is expected to sit this one out too.

Leicester vs Everton – Sat 7th May – 17:30

Matthew James is the only injury problem for the new Premier League Champions Leicester, but Robert Huth will be suspended. Jamie Vardy will return from his suspension for Leicester’s first home match as champions.

Gareth Barry and Seamus Coleman are both major doubts for Everton, and Phil Jagielka could be back on the sidelines with his hamstring injury. Gerard Deulofeu and Tyias Browning aren’t expected to be fit until June with their knee injuries.

Tottenham Hotspur vs Southampton – Sun 8th May – 13:30

Danny Rose, Toby Alderweireld, and Nassim Bentaleb could all be sidelined for Tottenham Hotspur, and Dele Alli will miss the remaining two games of the season due to suspension.

Long term casualty Florin Gardos is thought to be back to full fitness finally, leaving Southampton’s injury list clear for the first time this season.

Liverpool vs Watford – Sun 8th May – 16:00

Ligament damage is keeping Divock Origi, Jordan Henderson, Danny Ings, and Joe Gomez on the sidelines. Jordan Rossiter is also injured, while Brad Smith is suspended for Liverpool.

Etienne Capoue’s knee injury is likely to keep him out of this visit to Anfield, but the rest of the Watford squad are thought to be fit.

Manchester City vs Arsenal – Sun 8th May – 16:00

Vincent Kompany is out injured yet again for Manchester City, while Pablo Zabaleta and David Silva are also expected to miss the remainder of the season.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been ruled out for another two months with a knee injury, and Per Mertesacker is also expected to miss out. Carl Jenkinson has returned from West Ham with a serious knee injury and will be out for quite some time.

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