Arsenal are fresh off the back of their spectacular FA Cup win over Manchester United on Monday.

That match saw Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain suffer a hamstring injury that will keep him out of action for at least 3 weeks.

That, coupled with Tomas Rosicky’s fever, was enough to thrust the Gunners ahead of the Red Devils in this week’s Injury League table.

Newcastle, Manchester United and Arsenal have struggled to cope with the large numbers of injuries they have picked up over the season.

Manchester United have been improving on team fitness since 2015 began, only averaging three points in each of the past nine weeks.

Chelsea, who are at the bottom of the Injury League table, continue to keep their physio room fairly empty.

Jose Mourinho has only used 22 players with hardly any rotation, which could impact his team’s energy levels over the next few months.

The Capital One Cup winners are also still engaged in the UEFA Champion’s League, as they meet Paris Saint-Germain in their second leg on Wednesday night.

With only 10 games left and a commanding lead of 66 points it would be nearly impossible for Arsenal or Manchester United to beat Newcastle to the top and according to Sports Betting World are clear favourites for the title if not the Champions League.

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The real race is to see who will round out the top four as Everton and Liverpool continue to edge closer to those positions.

Both Mersey sides are currently separated from second by no more than 27 points from the top four spot no-one wants.

Injury League Table - Last Updated 11 Mar
Injury League Table – Last Updated 11th Mar 2015