Arsenal have dropped to fourth in the Injury League table after Mohamed Elneny and Aaron Ramsey both picked up a calf strains.
Egypt may be through to the Africa Cup of Nations semi-final to face Burkina Faso but Elneny won’t be joining them after picking up a calf strain, which kept him out of his country’s quarter-final win over Morocco (1-0).
Aaron Ramsey also strained his calf during Arsenal embarrassing 2-1 loss at home to Watford on Tuesday.
As a result, Arsenal, who previously only had Santi Cazorla out of action, now have three midfielders sidelined and drop to fourth in the Injury League table.
Elsewhere, Sunderland are still top with six players out, while Hull and West Ham are second and third with eight players out each.
Here’s who’s out for the top four Injury League teams.
Duncan Watmore – ACL Injury
Paddy McNair – ACL Injury
Victor Anichebe – MCL Injury
Jan Kirchhoff – Cartilage Injury
Lee Cattermole – Hip Surgery
Jordan Pickford – ACL Sprain
Hull City: (8)
Moses Odubajo – Patella Fracture
Curtis Davies – Hamstring Injury
Markus Henriksen – Dislocated Shoulder
Greg Luer Knee – Injury
Michael Dawson – Knock
Ryan Mason – Fractured Skull
Will Keane – ACL Injury
Brian Lenihan – Knee Surgery
West Ham United: (8)
Diafra Sakho – Lower Back Injury
Arthur Masuaku – Knee Injury
Havard Nordtveit – Ankle Injury
Andy Carroll – Tight Groin
Mark Noble – Ankle Injury
Angelo Ogbonna – Knee Surgery
Gokhan Tore – Knee Surgery
Alvaro Arbeloa – Contusion of the Lower Leg
Santi Cazorla – Achilles Injury
Mohamed Elneny – Calf Injury
Aaron Ramsey – Calf Strain