Premier League Injury Update – Gameweek 38

Arsenal vs Aston Villa – Sun 15th May – 15:00

Arsenal will be without Danny Welbeck after he was ruled out for nine months with a knee injury. Alex Oxlade Chamberlain and Carl Jenkinson are still sidelined whilst Mesut Ozil is a doubt for the last game of the season.

Jordan Veretout and Rudy Gestede should recover from minor niggles in time to play on Sunday, and Kieran Richardson is expected to be back too. Jordan Amavi is still out with his ACL knee injury though.

Swansea vs Manchester City – Sun 15th May – 15:00

Jefferson Montero is a doubt for Swansea but Is optimistic about his chances. Gylfi Sigurdsson, Neil Taylor, and Alberto Paloschi are all expected to miss out though.

Samir Nasri and Aleksandar Kolarov are slight doubts due to illness and a muscular problem respectively. Vincent Kompany will be out until September after being stretchered off against Real Madrid, and Pablo Zabaleta and David Silva are also missing.

Everton vs Norwich – Sun 15th May – 15:00

Phil Jagielka and Seamus Coleman are both doubts for Everton. Tony Hibbert remains sidelined, and Gerard Deulofeu and Tyias Browning won’t be back to fitness until the start of June.

Alex Tettey and Timm Klose are still injured for Norwich, with Jonny Howson recently joining them in the physio’s office. Andre Wisdom has been shipped back to parent club Liverpool so they can deal with his knee injury.

Manchester United vs Bournemouth – Sun 15th May – 15:00

Matteo Darmian is expected to miss out again for Manchester United, and the usual suspects of Bastian Schweinsteiger, Luke Shaw, and Will Keane remain on the sidelines with their lengthy injury layoffs set to continue. Marouane Fellaini is out suspended too.

Sylvain Distin joins Adam Smith and Tyrone Mings on the sidelines this week due to a back injury. Tokelo Rantie is the only other doubt for Bournemouth.

Newcastle vs Spurs – Sun 15th May – 15:00

Newcastle’s injury crisis is finally coming to an end – Right at the end of the season. Goalkeeping duo Tim Krul and Rob Elliot will still be out for a while with their ACL injuries. Massadio Haidara also remains sidelined with a knee injury, and the ageing Fabricio Coloccini is doubtful again.

Nassim Bentaleb is Tottenham Hotspur’s only injury concern, although both Moussa Dembele and Dele Alli will miss out through suspension.

Southampton vs Crystal Palace – Sun 15th May – 15:00

The in form Sadio Mane is set to recover from a bout of illness in time for Sunday, but Jordie Clasie will miss out with a groin injury.

Yohann Cabaye and Mile Jedinak are hoping to return in order to ease Crystal Palace’s injury list. Joe Ledley, Brede Hangeland, Marouane Chamakh, and Kwesi Appiah are all expected to miss this and the FA Cup Final, whereas Wilfried Zaha will probably be rested on Sunday to allow him a full recovery from a hamstring injury in time for next weekend.

Watford vs Sunderland – Sun 15th May – 15:00

Valon Behrami and Etienne Capoue remain Watford’s only two injury concerns.

Sunderland have a clean bill of health as they look to celebrate their avoidance of Premier League relegation on Sunday.

Stoke vs West Ham – Sun 15th May – 15:00

Shay Given is a doubt for Stoke but could make an appearance along with the returning Glen Johnson. Jack Butland is still in recovery but is fighting to be fit for the Euros, while Ibrahim Afellay and Marc Wilson are both sidelined for the Potters.

Goalkeeper Adrian still isn’t fully fit after a calf injury, but he could be back on Sunday. Carl Jenkinson is back at Arsenal to get treated for his knee injury.

West Brom vs Liverpool – Sun 15th May – 15:00

West Brom are hoping that Darren Fletcher, Jonny Evans, Stephane Sessegnon, and Alex Pritchard will be available for Liverpool’s visit. James Morrison is a definite absentee though, and Chris Brunt won’t be back until October.

Jordan Rossiter and Joe Gomez both remain sidelined for Liverpool, but the likes of Jordan Henderson, Divock Origi, and even Danny Ings are close to full fitness. It’s unlikely that they will be risked with the Europa League final around the corner though.

Chelsea vs Leicester – Sun 15th May – 15:00

Loic Remy, Kurt Zouma, and Diego Costa are unlikely to be available for Chelsea, but Branislav Ivanovic, Thibaut Courtois, and Willian are all hoping to be back in the starting line up after minor injuries. John Terry is suspended, but has just been offered a contract extension.

Leicester will be without Matthew James again, and Robert Huth’s suspension is the only other selection problem for them.

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