The weekly round up of the injured, sick and suspended.
Next Up: Burnley (H)
The Gunners’ shortcomings in defence have reared up again as Gibbs bowed out with a pelvic injury. Not as bad as first feared, he could make a return at home to Burnley on Saturday, a fixture which may too see the long awaited return of Theo Walcott.
Injured: Ozil, Debuchy, Giroud, Diaby, Sanogo, Koscielny, Gnabry
50/50: Gibbs, Arteta, Ospina,
Next Up: Tottenham (H)
After a positive start, Villa are slipping. Goals are a major issue but injuries to the backline have not helped matters. Hutton, Baker and Senderos are all currently struggling for fitness.
Injured: Gardner, Delph, Kozák, Johnson
50/50: Senderos, Baker, Hutton
Next Up: Arsenal (A)
No new injury concerns for Sean Dyche, but the prospect of travelling to Arsenal could pose a few sleepless nights.
Injured: Reid, Taylor, Vokes
Next Up: QPR(H)
Star striker Diego Costa should be fit to return to the fold at home to QPR following two weeks out.
50/50: Costa, Ramires
Next Up: Sunderland (H)
Palace are sweating on the condition of veteran stopper Julian Speroni after he suffered a possible concussion. Damien Delaney returns from suspension.
50/50: McArthur, Speroni, Dann
Next Up: Swansea (H)
Everton march on unscathed from Gameweek 9.
Injured: Mirallas, Stones, Oviedo, Koné
Next Up: Southampton (H)
Both first and second choice keepers remain sidelined while Ramirez is not cleared to face parent club Southampton.
Injured: McGregor, Harper, Snodgrass, Dawson, Jelavic
Next Up: West Brom (H)
Barring the long term injury of Matthew Upson, the first team remain uninhibited going into Gameweek 10.
Injured: Upson, Hamer
Next Up: Newcastle (A)
The Daniel Sturridge shaped gap in Liverpool’s attack looms larger every week, but at least Brendan Rodgers has no new injury concerns to contend with.
Injured: Sturridge, Suso, Flanagan, Sakho
Next Up: Manchester United (H)
City look toward a mammoth derby game with a relatively clean bill of health.
Next Up: Manchester City (A)
A couple of niggling injuries and knocks ahead of the derby will give Van Gaal cause for concern, the condition of Rooney and Falcao in particular.
Injured: Lingard, McNair
50/50: Rooney, Falcao, Evans, Valencia, Jones, Young
Next Up: Liverpool (H)
The Toon are finally putting points on the board and will be boosted further if they can regain Cissé by Saturday.
Injured: Aarons, De Jong, Campbell, Santon, Gutiérrez
50/50: Cissé, Rivière, Williamson, Tiote
Next Up: Chelsea (A)
A long awaited three points gained for QPR against Villa, they now travel to Chelsea with their first team intact.
Injured: Mutch, Barton, Faurlin,
50/50: McCarthy, Onuoha
Next Up: Hull (A)
The Saints laudable early season form rolls on to Hull, with Jay Rodriguez the only long term casualty in the ranks.
Injured: Rodriguez, Ward-Prowse, Gallagher
Next Up: West Ham (H)
Charlie Adam was forced to leave the field shortly after kick off with a calf complaint.
Injured: Odemwingie, Whelan
Next Up: Crystal Palace (A)
Aside from Mannone’s bruised ego, the main worry for Sunderland remains the fitness of Steven Fletcher.
Injuries: Giaccherini, Álvarez, Coates, Jones
Next Up: Everton (A)
The talismanic Sigurdsson was subbed as a precaution following a groin issue but he is not thought to be a doubt for the trip to Goodison this weekend.
Injured: Amat, Britton, Donnelly, Richards, Tiendalli
Next Up: Aston Villa (A)
Federico Fazio is due to return from suspension and may regain his position following a lacklustre defensive display against Newcastle.
Injured: Walker, Naughton, Bentaleb
Next Up: Leicester (A)
The Baggies continue to steadily accumulate points and power on with their key men in top condition.
Injured: Varela, Yacob, Olsson
Next Up: Stoke (A)
The Hammers’ fairytale start has taken a potentially cruel twist after Sakho was forced off with a shoulder problem. His potential absence will be difficult to overcome.
Injured: Carroll, Demel
50/50: Sakho, Zárate