Arsenal and Liverpool remain third and fourth in this week’s Injury League; the Gunners now have three players out.

While Santi Cazorla (Achilles) is still out and will be for the foreseeable future since he’s just undergone ANOTHER surgery, Alex Iwobi (dead leg), Mesut Ozil (illness) and Theo Walcott (illness) are all set to miss Arsenal’s Premier League clash against Huddersfield at the Emirates on Wednesday night.

Although Ozil was supposed to be going through a last-minute assessment and trained ahead of the match, it’s still possible that he’ll be ruled out since Arsene Wenger might want to save him for the Manchester United game at the weekend.

Liverpool meanwhile are in fourth place with four players also out and Everton are still at the top with seven.

Check out the rest of the Injury League table here.

Here’s who the rest of the Injury League top four have sidelined:

Everton (9):

Baines, Leighton – Calf Muscle Strain
Barkley, Ross – Hamstring Injury
Bolasie, Yannick – ACL Injury
Coleman, Seamus – Double Leg Fracture
Funes Mori, Ramiro – Cartilage Knee Injury
Holgate, Mason – Groin Strain
Keane, Michael – Head Injury
McCarthy, James – Hamstring Injury
Stekelenburg, Maarten – Groin Strain

Watford (7):

Britos, Miguel – Knock
Cathcart, Craig – Knee Injury
Chalobah, Nathaniel – Knee Injury
Hoban, Tom – ACL Injury
Hughes, Will – Hamstring Injury
Kaboul, Younès – Hamstring Injury
Success, Isaac – Knee Injury

Arsenal (4):

Cazorla, Santi – Plantaris Injury
Iwobi, Alex – Dead Leg
Özil, Mesut – Illness
Walcott, Theo – Illness

Liverpool (4):

Bogdán, Ádám – ACL Injury
Can, Emre – Muscular Injury
Clyne, Nathaniel – Lower Back Injury
Lovren, Dejan – Thigh Strain

Keep up-to-date with all the latest Arsenal injury news, as well as our next four opponents’, here.

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