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.
With five players still sidelined, Hull stay at the top of the Injury League table, while Sunderland also have five out, as do West Ham.
Palace have gone from having 11 players injured when they played Arsenal, to just five also. That’s was quick.
The Gunners have five out with Santi Cazorla (ankle), Lucas Perez (thigh), David Ospina (back) and now Danny Welbeck (toe) and Shkodran Mustafi (thigh) all out of action. However, Petr Cech (calf) has returned.
See the Injury League table in full here.
Here’s who’s out for the Injury League top four:
Hull City: (5)
Moses Odubajo – Patella Fracture
Omar Elabdellaoui – Lower Back Injury
Ryan Mason – Fractured Skull
Will Keane – ACL Knee Injury
David Meyler – MCL Injury
Duncan Watmore – ACL Injury
Paddy McNair – ACL Injury
Jan Kirchhoff – Cartilage Knee Injury
Bryan Oviedo – Hamstring Strain
Billy Jones – Concussion
West Ham United: (5)
Pedro Obiang – High Ankle Sprain
Angelo Ogbonna – Knee Surgery
Winston Reid – Groin Strain
Gokhan Tore – Knee Surgery
Michail Antonio – Hamstring Injury
Crystal Palace: (5)
Connor Wickham – ACL Injury
Scott Dann – Knee Injury
James Tomkins – Calf Strain
Loic Remy – Calf Strain
Pape Souare – Broken Leg