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Fantasy football injury update: Richarlison returns but Van de Ven concern
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Jamie Gordon
Richarlison is back in contention for Tottenham this weekend
Richarlison is back in contention for Tottenham this weekend

Fantasy football bosses across the world wince when one of their star players hits the deck — and a spell in the treatment room is never good news.

Keep this page bookmarked to stay up to date with all the Premier League injuries and expected return dates throughout the season.

Arsenal (not in action)

Gabriel Martinelli (ankle): Brazilian is progressing well.

Jurrien Timber (knee): Had surgery on anterior cruciate ligament injury but could return later this month.

Aston Villa

Boubacar Kamara (knee): French midfielder will miss remainder of the season after becoming Aston Villa's third ACL casualty of the campaign.

Emiliano Buendia (knee): Argentine has been ruled out for the rest of the season by Unai Emery.

Tyrone Mings (knee): Another whose season is over due to an ACL injury.

John McGinn (suspended): Will miss out after being sent off against Tottenham.

Diego Carlos (hamstring): Set to miss three to four weeks in further blow to Villa's options.

Jacob Ramsey (ankle): Midfielder will be assessed after Villa's final pre-match training session.

Ollie Watkins (knee): Picked up a cut on the knee in midweek but should be fine to feature.

Boubacar Kamara is out for the rest of the season
Boubacar Kamara is out for the rest of the season


Josh Dasilva (knee): Luckless midfielder has had successful surgery but remains sidelined until late 2024.

Rico Henry (knee): Likely to be out for the remainder of the 2023-24 season.

Ben Mee (ankle): Experienced defender's season is over after fracturing his ankle.

Aaron Hickey (thigh): Defender has suffered a setback in his recovery.

Kevin Schade (adductor): Exciting forward will be out a while longer.

Christian Norgaard (back): Not available and will miss international duties with Denmark.

Ethan Pinnock (ankle): Sidelined until after the international break.

Sergio Reguilon (thigh): Should be back fit and available for Brentford.

Bryan Mbeumo (ankle): Thomas Frank says he must decide whether to risk the impressive forward against Burnley.

Brighton (not in action)

Brighton are still without top scorer Joao Pedro
Brighton are still without top scorer Joao Pedro

Solly March (knee): Suffered a knee injury and will be out for months.

Kaoru Mitoma (back): Japanese winger has been ruled out for the season.

Jack Hinshelwood (ankle): Took a knock in training and is still sidelined.

Joao Pedro (hamstring): Striker faces several weeks out after scans showed an issue.

James Milner (thigh): Versatile veteran set to remain sidelined.

Bournemouth (not in action)

Ryan Fredericks (calf): Remains unavailable with a calf problem.

Marcos Senesi (thigh): Argentina international faces a month out.

Lloyd Kelly (groin): Not a long-term absentee.

James Hill (ankle): Out for several weeks with an ankle injury.

Max Aarons (thigh): Out with a muscle injury.


Aaron Ramsey (knee): Season is over, Vincent Kompany has confirmed.

Nathan Redmond (hamstring): Surgery will keep him out for the season.

Lyle Foster (unknown): Set for a period out after surgery on a chronic issue.

Luca Koleosho (knee): Out for months with a serious knee injury.

Ameen Al-Dakhil (other): Will miss the Bees clash after picking up an injury.

Jordan Beyer (thigh): Kompany says defender is progressing well but unsure whether he will make the weekend.

Chelsea (in FA Cup action)

Reece James has suffered another injury setback
Reece James has suffered another injury setback

Wesley Fofana (knee): Damaged his ACL and will be out until the end of the season.

Romeo Lavia (other): Midfielder has returned to treatment table.

Christopher Nkunku (hamstring): Luckless forward out for the rest of March.

Reece James (hamstring): Chelsea skipper's injury woes continue with latest issue.

Beniot Badiashile (groin): Hoping to be passed fit for the FA Cup quarter-final against Leicester.

Levi Colwill (foot): Young defender picked up a toe injury against Brentford.

Ben Chilwell (knee): England man has seen a specialist for a "hopefully minor" issue.

Lesley Ugochukwu (other): Another youngster still out of action.

Crystal Palace (not in action)

Cheick Doucoure (calf): Midfielder has suffered a potentially season-ending injury.

Rob Holding (ankle): Defender is another long-term absentee.

Marc Guehi (knee): Defender has had surgery and is out until May.

Matheus Franca (groin): Has a small groin problem.

Jeffrey Schlupp (thigh): Quad strain will likely see Ghana international miss a few weeks.

Michael Olise (thigh): Midfield ace will be out until at least April.

Jesurun Rak-Sakyi (thigh): Youngster remains on the sidelines.

Everton (not in action)

Dele Alli is on the road to recovery but has yet to make an appearance this season
Dele Alli is on the road to recovery but has yet to make an appearance this season

Dele Alli (groin): Not yet available.

Idrissa Gueye (groin): Midfielder is rated as "unlikely" to feature before the end of the month.

Arnaut Danjuma (knock): Sean Dyche says he has a chance of making his return later this month.


Raul Jimenez (thigh): Mexican is back in contention for Fulham.

Liverpool (in FA Cup action)

Jurgen Klopp is sweating on Ibrahima Konate's fitness
Jurgen Klopp is sweating on Ibrahima Konate's fitness

Joel Matip (knee): Had an operation in December and will be out for some time.

Alisson Becker (muscle): Goalkeeper is out until mid-April at the earliest.

Diogo Jota (knee): Forward is still several weeks off a return.

Trent Alexander-Arnold (knee): An end of March return is a target for the England ace.

Curtis Jones (ankle): Ruled out until after the break.

Ryan Gravenberch (ankle): Dutch star is ruled out with ankle ligament injury sustained in the Carabao Cup final.

Stefan Bajcetic (calf): Being eased back into action after suffering minor setback.

Ibrahima Konate (thigh): Has a good chance of returning against Manchester United in the FA Cup.

Thiago Alcantara (hip): Picked up another injury on return appearance and could now face weeks out.


Tom Lockyer (health): Suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch at Bournemouth and his future is unclear.

Amari'i Bell (knock): Likely to miss the rest of the season.

Marvelous Nakamba (knee): Could be sidelined until May after having surgery.

Dan Potts (knock): Defender facing several weeks out after training ground injury.

Joseph Johnson (illness): Has glandular fever and will miss most of March.

Elijah Adebayo (hamstring): Rob Edwards fears his season may be over after picking up a hamstring injury.

Albert Sambi Lokonga (thigh): Will not shake off issue in time for this weekend.

Gabriel Osho (knock): Not expected to feature this weekend.

Mads Andersen (calf): Defender has suffered a few setbacks in his recovery.

Jacob Brown (knee): Had surgery on his knee and will be out for a while.

Manchester City (in FA Cup action)

Jack Grealish endured more injury woes at Luton
Jack Grealish endured more injury woes at Luton

Jack Grealish (unknown): England winger picked up a fresh problem and is out for a few weeks.

Ederson (thigh): Was withdrawn in the 1-1 draw with Liverpool.

Kevin De Bruyne (groin): Ruled out until after the international break.

Manchester United (in FA Cup action)

Luke Shaw (thigh): Confirmed to be out for a few months.

Lisandro Martinez (knee): Argentine out until April with medial collateral ligament damage.

Tyrell Malacia (knee): Dutchman is expected to return to action next month.

Mason Mount (foot): Midfielder has been given a similar timeframe to Malacia.

Anthony Martial (groin): French forward has had surgery and will not return until late March.

Rasmus Hojlund (other): Dane should return for FA Cup action this weekend.

Harry Maguire (knock): England defender on the mend ahead of the crunch tie against Liverpool.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka (unknown): Another who could be back for the weekend.

Newcastle (in FA Cup action)

Kieran Trippier is set for a spell on the sidelines at Newcastle
Kieran Trippier is set for a spell on the sidelines at Newcastle

Sandro Tonali (suspended): Italian midfielder will not play until August.

Callum Wilson (pectoral muscle): Striker may be struggling to return before the end of the season.

Joelinton (thigh): Brazilian midfielder will not be available until May.

Nick Pope (shoulder): Out until April after undergoing surgery.

Kieran Trippier (calf): Eddie Howe says a "minor injury" will keep full-back out until after the international break.

Harvey Barnes (thigh): Will not feature this weekend but could be back against West Ham.

Anthony Gordon (knee): Partly trained after picking up a knee issue.

Dan Burn (back): Should come through for the FA Cup quarter-finals.

Nottingham Forest

Ola Aina (other): Back in training and will return after the international break.

Nuno Tavares (knock): Defender is still sidelined.

Giovanni Reyna (other): Could be in contention to face Luton.

Gonzalo Montiel (thigh): No return date set but has been progressing well in his recovery.

Sheffield United (not in action)

Max Lowe (other): Had surgery and will not play again this season.

Rhys Norrington-Davies (thigh): Another who is out for the remainder of the campaign.

Chris Basham (leg): Out for the foreseeable future after bad leg break against Fulham.

John Egan (ankle): Chris Wilder says defender is making good progress ahead of potential April return.

Cameron Archer (calf): Felt a tight calf at training and faces some time out.

Anis Ben Slimane (thigh): Will continue to work towards full fitness this month.

Rhian Brewster (hamstring): Yet another injury keeping Sheffield United striker sidelined.

Daniel Jebbison (illness): Not available for selection.


Micky van de Ven is out this weekend
Micky van de Ven is out this weekend

Richarlison (knee): Should be back to face Fulham on Saturday evening.

Fraser Forster (ankle): Will be out for a few months.

Manor Solomon (knee): Still out for a few more weeks.

Ryan Sessegnon (thigh): Continues to be absent.

Micky van de Ven (hamstring): Was withdrawn after feeling an issue at Villa.

West Ham

Maxwel Cornet (hamstring): Winger is probably still a week or two away from a return.

Emerson Palmieri (knock): A late call will be made on the defender.

Wolves (not in action)

Matheus Cunha (hamstring): Gary O'Neil reckons Brazilian will return in mid-April.

Hwang Hee-Chan (hamstring): Striker facing similar timescale to Cunha on his return to action.

Jean-Ricner Bellegarde (knee): Having a scan on his knee.

Pedro Neto (hamstring): Pulled up with a hamstring problem but is not thought to be seriously hurt.


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