Sunderland have reclaimed the top of the Injury League table from Hull following their relegation while Arsenal are without three heading into their clash with Manchester United on Sunday.
Manchester United sit above Arsenal in fifth place in the Premier League by five points. If Arsenal can manage to win on Sunday, they will be just two points off a Europa League spot and in with a slight chance of finishing in the top four.
Arsenal have Santi Cazorla, Shkodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez all injured and unable to face United.
Cazorla was ruled out for the rest of the season a while ago; Mustafi won’t return from his thigh injury until mid-May, and Lucas, who has been sidelined since the West Brom game with a thigh injury, needs to regain match fitness.
United, meanwhile, have nine players out: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (knee), Marouane Fellaini (suspension), Phil Jones (ankle/foot), Chris Smalling (knee), Paul Pogba (muscular), Eric Bailly (ankle), Marcos Rojo (knee), Timothy Fosu-Mensah (shoulder) and Luke Shaw (foot).
This puts them at 12th in the Injury League.
Here’s how the rest of the Injury League top four looks.
Duncan Watmore – ACL Injury
Paddy McNair – ACL Injury
Jan Kirchhoff – Knee Cartilage Injury
Bryan Oviedo – Hamstring Strain
Lee Cattermole – Achilles Injury
Darron Gibson – Tight Groin
Jack Rodwell – Tight Groin
Jason Denayer – Dead Leg
Billy Jones – Muscular Injury
Hull City: (5)
Omar Elabdellaoui – Lower Back Injury
Moses Odubajo – Patella Fracture
Ryan Mason – Fractured Skull
Will Keane – ACL Knee Injury
David Meyler – MCL Injury
West Ham United: (7)
Pedro Obiang – High Ankle Sprain
Angelo Ogbonna – Knee Surgery
Andy Carroll – Groin Strain
Diafra Sakho – Back Injury
Gokhan Tore – Knee Surgery
Michail Antonio – Hamstring Injury
Arthur Masuaku – Knock
Crystal Palace: (6)
Connor Wickham – ACL Injury
Scott Dann – Knee Injury
Mamadou Sakho – ACL Strain
Pape Souare – Broken Leg
James Tomkins – Calf Strain
Yohan Cabaye – Knock