The weekly round up of the injured, sick and suspended.
Next Up: Swansea (A)
Theo Walcott returned to action at home to Burnley and looked sharp. For all of their
long term injury concerns Arsenal still possess an enviable wealth of options in the
Injured: Ozil, Debuchy, Giroud, Diaby, Koscielny, Gnabry
50/50: Wilshere, Ospina
Next Up: West Ham (A)
Villa sink further to the foot of the table with a last minute defeat in GW10 and could be
without a suspended Benteke until December. Worrying times for Paul Lambert.
Injured: Hutton, Delph, Kozák
Suspended: Christian Benteke
Next Up: Hull (H)
Another week, another loss for Burnley, and with key men Matty Taylor and Sam Vokes
out for the foreseeable future, it looks a trend set to continue.
Injured: Reid, Taylor, Vokes
Next Up: Liverpool (A)
Chelsea’s first team remains intact going into a tough week of European competition
bookended by a daytrip to Anfield in GW11.
Injured: Remy, Mikel
Next Up: Manchester United (A)
James McArthur and Scott Dann remain the key absentees for Palace. Neil Warnock will
sweat on them ahead of a difficult prospect away to United.
50/50: McArthur, Dann
Next Up: Sunderland (A)
Everton didn’t exactly dish up the free flowing ball expected of themselves and Swansea
in GW10 and lost the Antolin Alcaraz to injury in the process.
Injured: Mirallas, Stones, Oviedo, Koné, Alcaraz
Next Up: Burnley (A)
Hull were the latest team to be cast aside by the rampant Southampton but the root of
the issue is that both McGregor and Harper remain injured; leaving the custodial duties
to an error-prone understudy in Jakupovic.
Injured: McGregor, Harper, Snodgrass, Dawson, Jelavic
Next Up: Southampton (H)
No new injuries for Leicester but a points deficit is growing for the Foxes going into
Injured: Upson, Hamer
Next Up: Chelsea (H)
Sturridge ponders hereditary injury woes but remains no closer to a return. A Real
Madrid and Chelsea double header could make for a long week.
Injured: Sturridge, Suso, Flanagan, Sakho, Jose Enrique
Next Up: QPR (A)
A mixed bag as City lost David Silva but gained Samir Nasri ahead of their derby victory
in Gameweek 10. Mangala and Kolarov both remain touch and go ahead of Champions
League duty with a hip complaint and a knock respectively.
50/50: Mangala, Kolarov
Next Up: Crystal Palace (H)
Manchester United heave a depleted backline into GW11 following the derby. Rojo was
forced off with a shoulder injury while Smalling faces suspension until the 22nd of
Injured:: Falcao, Lingard, Rojo, Evans
50/50: Jones, Young, Rafael
Next Up: West Brom (A)
The in-form Obertan is doubtful ahead of a trip to West Brom, but that won’t negate the
feel good vibes on Tyneside for long. A great run of results.
Injured: Tiote, De Jong, Santon, Gutiérrez
50/50: Cissé, Williamson, Obertan
Next Up: Manchester City (H)
Rio Ferdinand’s questionable twitter conduct has cost QPR his services until the end of
November at least.
Injured: Mutch, Barton, Faurlin, Onuoha
Suspended: Rio Ferdinand
Next Up: Leicester (H)
The Saints plough on unscathed from Gameweek 10.
Injured: Rodriguez, Ward-Prowse, Gallagher
Next Up: Tottenham (A)
Stoke surrendered a two goal advantage over West Ham on Saturday but other than
bruised self-confidence, they travel to Spurs with no new concerns.
Injured: Odemwingie, Whelan, Huth
Next Up: Everton (H)
The Black Cats scored a vital win over Crystal Palace and will be wrapping Fletcher in
cotton wool after his performance. Van Aanholt was subbed an could be carrying a
Injured: Giaccherini, Álvarez, Coates, Jones
50/50: Rodwell, Van Aanholt
Next Up: Arsenal (H)
Jonjo Shelvey faces suspension following a red card at Everton.
Injured: Amat, Britton, Donnelly, Richards, Tiendalli
Next Up: Stoke (A)
A smash and grab win by Spurs at Villa Park saw no player pick up injury or suspension.
Aaron Lennon is a possible return for Gameweek 11.
Injured: Walker, Naughton, Bentaleb
50/50: Aaron Lennon
Next Up: Newcastle (H)
Pocognoli was subbed off late in the game at Leicester through injury.
Injured: Varela, Olsson
Next Up: Aston Villa (H)
West Ham clawed back to gain a draw at Stoke but lost Winston Reid in the process. All
await the speedy return of star man Sakho.
Injured: Carroll, Demel
50/50: Sakho, Reid