There's been no change in this week's Injury League table as Hull City hold top, Sunderland remain second, West Ham stay third and Crystal Palace keep fourth.
Arsenal are now 15 points behind Crystal Palace in the Injury League table.
Crystal Palace have gained some ground on Arsenal in the Injury League table this week despite the Gunners losing a couple more players.
Southampton have leapfrogged Stoke in the Injury League table and now sit 16 points behind Arsenal.
The time has finally come: Arsenal have been overtaken in the race for fourth... in the Injury League.
Arsenal have fallen from three points behind West Ham in third place in the Injury League table to six.
Arsenal have dropped to fourth in the Injury League table after Mohamed Elneny and Aaron Ramsey both picked up a calf strains.
West Ham have closed the gap on Arsenal in the Injury League table to just two points.
Arsenal remain third in the Injury League table.
Arsenal are closing in on second place in this season’s Injury League after overtaking West Ham in third.
Arsenal have closed the gap on West Ham and Hull City to just one point in this season’s Injury League.
Arsenal are maintaining a steady pace this season, remaining in fourth place for yet another week in the Premier League Injury League.
Despite a week passing, Arsenal are still fourth in the Injury League table, while Sunderland remain top.
Arsenal are still in fourth place in this season's Premier League injury league.
Arsenal remain in fourth place in this season’s Premier League injury league, however it is likely that Everton will overtake them next week if Arsenal can avoid any new injuries.
Unlike the Premier League, the Injury League table's top four remains unchanged this week. Sunderland stay top with nine players still out, Hull are second...
Arsenal remain in fourth place in this season’s Injury League with Sunderland still topping the table, giving David Moyes something he can maybe blame his side’s terrible season so far.
Arsenal remain fourth in the Injury League table as Liverpool continue to fall and Hull overtake West Ham in second. As Liverpool players continue to...
Arsenal are still in fourth place in this year’s injury league table while Sunderland continue to lead the way after taking top spot last week.
Sunderland are now joint top of the Injury League table with West Ham, while players return for Liverpool, dropping them down below Arsenal.
Liverpool still sit on top of this season’s Premier League Injury League table, but West Ham and Hull are closing in on them fast.
Arsenal were bumped down to fourth spot in this week's Premier League Injury League courtesy of West Ham picking up another two injured players.