Premier league injuries- list of players injured and their expected return dates

Itching for Premier league action after the break, check out all the Premier League injuries and their expected return dates, brought to you by Alley Sport.

A lot of clubs with a lot of injuries, and surprisingly, the club with the most injuries for once, isn’t Arsenal, in fact it’s the other big club from the last decade, Manchester United with a whooping 7 matched by Liverpool among others.

Man United injuries

Most of the Premier League injuries here are expected to return by the 21st of November but it’s not entirely certain – Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood, Eric Bailley, Alex Telles and Jesse Lingard. Luke Shaw is expected to return a bit later by 12th December and Phil Jones two weeks after that.

Liverpool injuries

Mo Salah diagnosed with COVID along with Thiago Alcantara and Fabio Tavares can be expected by the 21st while a long list of knee injuries are yet to have an expected return date – Virgil Van Dijk, Joe Gomez, Chamberlain and TAA with an unknown injury.

Premier League injuries
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Man City injuries

Nathan Ake is still out of the picture with a hamstring injury. Aguero, Mendy and Roza could be seen in action as soon as the 21st and Sterling even sooner if luck favours him.

Other notable Premier League injuries

21st November: Trossard [Aston Villa], Pulisic, Havertz, Kovacic [ Chelsea],Ward [Crystal Palace], Delph [ Everton], Soyuncu, Castagne, Pereira [ Leicester], a flurry of players Danny Ings, Smallbone, Ryan Bertrand, Salisu, Ward Prowse and Theo Walcott, all from Southampton, Lamela and Ndombele [ Tottenham Hotspurs], Ivanovic and Robson Kanou [WBA], Star striker Michael Antonio and Mark Noble [WHU].

Premier League injuries
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Unknown return dates: Martinelli, Partey, Chambers [Arsenal], Tomkins [Crystal Palace], Coleman [Everton], Ndidi and Amartey [Leicester].

This rounds up our list of the major injuries for this week, a few more could join the list before the start of the premier league if a few injuries take place in this round of international fixtures, god forbid.

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