Arsenal remain fourth in the Injury League table with players set to return, while Hull and Sunderland steam ahead at the top.
Sunderland have been top of the Injury League table for almost the entire season and they don’t look as if they’re dropping anytime soon with three new injuries since their last game.
Hull in second also have another three out while West Ham have four out in total compared to last week’s six.
Meanwhile, for Arsenal, Alex Iwobi seems to be fine despite posting a picture on Snapchat of his injured foot after the Sutton game and Aaron Ramsey is back in training.
Santi Cazorla and Mohamed Elneny are still out.
Here’s who’s out for the top three Injury League teams.
Duncan Watmore – ACL Injury
Paddy McNair – ACL Injury
Victor Anichebe – MCL Injury
Lee Cattermole – Hip Surgery
Jan Kirchhoff – Cartilage Injury
Jack Rodwell – Hamstring Strain
Steven Pienaar – Calf Strain
Jason Denayer – Illness
Vito Mannone – Illness
Billy Jones – Head Injury
Hull City: (12)
Moses Odubajo – Patella Fracture
Dieumerci Mbokani – Hamstring Strain
Curtis Davies – Hamstring Strain
Michael Dawson – Calf Strain
Markus Henriksen – Dislocated Shoulder
Evandro – Calf Strain
Lazar Markovic – Knock
Harry Maguire – Knee Injury
Ryan Mason – Fractured Skull
Will Keane – ACL Injury
Brian Lenihan – Knee Surgery
Greg Luer – Knee Injury
West Ham United: (4)
Angelo Ogbonna – Knee Surgery
Diafra Sakho – Lower Back Injury
Andy Carroll – Tight Groin
Gokhan Tore – Knee Surgery