West Ham have closed the gap on Arsenal in the Injury League table to just two points.

Last week, there were five points between the Gunners in third and Hammers in fourth but three new injuries to the east London team’s squad sees them creep closer up the table.

Hull City in second have also opened up a gap ahead of Arsenal. It was just two points but now the Tigers have jumped closer to Sunderland in first, ahead of the Gunners by seven.

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Here are all the injuries the top four teams in the Injury League table are facing.

Sunderland: (10)

Duncan Watmore – ACL Injury
Paddy McNair – ACL Injury
Victor Anichebe – MCL Injury
Jan Kirchhoff – Cartilage Injury
Lee Cattermole – Hip Surgery
Lynden Gooch – Ankle Ligament Injury
Jordan Pickford – ACL Sprain
Javi Manquillo – Calf Sprain
Jason Denayer – Groin Injury
Steven Pienaar – Calf Strain

Hull City: (9)

Moses Odubajo – Patella Fracture
Markus Henriksen – Dislocated Shoulder
Alex Bruce – Achilles Injury
Greg Luer – Knee Injury
Robert Snodgrass – Muscular Injury
Ryan Mason  -Fractured Skull
Curtis Davies – Hamstring Injury
Will Keane – ACL Injury
Brian Lenihan – Knee Surgery

Arsenal: (4)

Santi Cazorla – Achilles Injury
Per Mertesacker – Knee Surgery
Theo Walcott – Calf Strain
Mathieu Debuchy – Hamstring Injury

West Ham United: (7)

Diafra Sakho – Lower Back Injury
Andy Carroll – Tight Groin
Angelo Ogbonna – Knee Surgery
Mark Noble – Ankle Injury
Gokhan Tore – Knee Surgery
Arthur Masuaku – Knee Injury
Alvaro Arbeloa – Contusion of the Lower Leg

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