Southampton have leapfrogged Stoke in the Injury League table and now sit 16 points behind Arsenal.

The Saints are now sixth while Stoke drop to seventh.

Arsenal remain in fifth, 16 points ahead of Southampton, and Crystal Palace are cementing themselves further into the top four. Last week, they were ahead of the Gunners by just three points, this week it’s six – nine behind West Ham in third.

Arsenal have four players out: Santi Cazorla (ankle), Petr Cech (calf), Kieran Gibbs (knock) and Lucas Perez (thigh). However, Laurent Koscielny picked up a face-head injury during France’s international friendly against Spain.

Hull and Sunderland are still level-pegging at the top.

Here’s who’s out for the Injury League’s top four.

Hull City: (7)

Moses Odubajo – Patella Fracture
Dieumerci Mbokani – Hamstring Strain
Marshall, David – Hip Injury
Michael Dawson – Calf Strain
Evandro – Calf Strain
Ryan Mason – Fractured Skull
Will Keane – ACL Injury

Sunderland: (8)

Duncan Watmore – ACL Injury
Paddy McNair – ACL Injury
Jan Kirchhoff – Cartilage Knee Injury
Victor Anichebe – MCL Injury
Lee Cattermole – Hip Surgery
Lamine Kone – Knee Injury
John O’Shea – Shin Laceration
Steven Pienaar – Calf Strain

West Ham United: (7)

Pedro Obiang – Ankle Surgery
Angelo Ogbonna – Knee Surgery
Diafra Sakho – Lower Back Injury
Winston Reid – Groin Strain
Michail Antonio – Hamstring Injury
Mark Noble – Dead Leg
Gokhan Tore – Knee Surgery

Crystal Palace (8):

Connor Wickham – ACL Injury
Pape Souare – Broken Leg
Steve Mandanda – Knee Surgery
Mathieu Flamini – Muscular Injury
Loic Remy – Muscular Injury
Patrick van Aanholt – Ankle Ligament Injury
James McArthur – Knock
Jonathan Benteke – Knee Injury

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