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Fantasy football injury update: Solanke a doubt and Richarlison out
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Jamie Gordon
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Bournemouth are sweating on the fitness of Dominic Solanke
Bournemouth are sweating on the fitness of Dominic Solanke

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

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

Takehiro Tomiyasu (other): Touch-and-go to feature against Sheffield United.

Oleksandr Zinchenko (calf): Ukraine international's chances of facing the Blades also in the balance.

Thomas Partey (other): Midfielder could make long-awaited return against Chris Wilder's men on Monday.

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.

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

Jhon Duran (other): Going to be out for a few weeks.

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

Brentford

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

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

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

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

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

Bryan Mbeumo (ankle): Targeting a return after the international break.

Josh Dasilva (knee): Luckless midfielder needs more surgery after sustaining fresh ligament injury.

Brighton

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

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

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

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

Dominic Solanke (knee): Andoni Iraola will let star striker make a late call on his involvement after missing training this week.

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

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

Tyler Adams (thigh): Closing in on a return to training.

Romain Faivre (illness): French midfielder returns after suffering from illness.

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

Burnley 

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.

Jordan Beyer (thigh): Kompany is hoping defender is close to a return.

Chelsea

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.

Christopher Nkunku (hamstring): Luckless forward has suffered another setback.

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

Beniot Badiashile (groin): Mauricio Pochettino hopes there is no big issue.

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

Carney Chukwuemeka (ankle): Also still sidelined for the Blues.

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

Crystal Palace

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

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

Michael Olise (thigh): Midfield ace will be out for many weeks with latest issue.

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

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

Everton

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

Arnaut Danjuma (knock): Remains unavailable this weekend, though not facing a long period out.

Idrissa Gueye (groin): Midfielder's issue is still "settling down" so he may miss West Ham clash.

Amadou Onana (groin): Similar to Gueye, midfielder is up against it to face the Hammers.

Lewis Dobbin (foot): Youngster is still unavailable with minor issue.

Andre Gomes (calf): Classy midfielder is closing in on a return.

Dele Alli (groin): Not yet available.

Fulham

Raul Jimenez (thigh): Mexican will be out for at least another two weeks.

Liverpool

Mohamed Salah is still not fit for Liverpool
Mohamed Salah is still not fit for Liverpool

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

Diogo Jota (knee): Jurgen Klopp says forward could be out for months after being stretchered off against Brentford.

Trent Alexander-Arnold (knee): Right-back will miss Nottingham Forest clash.

Alisson Becker (muscle): Goalkeeper has picked up another problem.

Curtis Jones (ankle): Ruled out of Forest clash.

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

Mohamed Salah (hamstring): Star man is "not too far off" but will not face Forest.

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

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

Luton

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

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

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.

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

Elijah Adebayo (thigh): Not recovered in time to face Aston Villa.

Gabriel Osho (knock): Also misses Villa clash with a knock.

Dan Potts (knock): Defender ruled out of Villa contest.

Amari'i Bell (knock): Facing a late fitness test this weekend.

Manchester City

Jack Grealish was forced off during a rare start against FC Copenhagen
Jack Grealish was forced off during a rare start against FC Copenhagen

Josko Gvardiol (ankle): Defender is closing in on a return.

Jack Grealish (groin): England winger still facing a few weeks out.

Manchester United

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

Rasmus Hojlund (other): A muscle injury will see the in-form striker miss another two or three weeks.

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

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

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

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

Aaron Wan-Bissaka (unknown): Picked up another injury in training and remains unavailable.

Harry Maguire (knock): England defender remains sidelined for Manchester City clash.

Newcastle

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

Callum Wilson (pectoral muscle): Set for several months out after undergoing surgery.

Joelinton (thigh): Brazilian midfielder has undergone surgery and will be absent until May.

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

Matt Targett (thigh): Left-back has returned to training but will not face Wolves.

Nottingham Forest

Chris Wood is unavailable for Nottingham Forest
Chris Wood is unavailable for Nottingham Forest

Chris Wood (hamstring): Big striker is "getting better" according to Nuno Espirito Santo but still weeks off a return.

Nuno Tavares (knock): Not expected to feature against Liverpool.

Ibrahim Sangare (knee): Saturday's game may come too soon for midfielder but not a long-term absentee.

Ola Aina (other): Still remains sidelined after returning injured from Africa Cup of Nations.

Willy Boly (other): Centre-back also unavailable after AFCON issue but is close to a return.

Sheffield United

John Egan is a long-term absence for Sheffield United
John Egan is a long-term absence for Sheffield United

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.

Mason Holgate (suspended): Still suspended after receiving red card against Brighton.

Daniel Jebbison (illness): Not available for selection.

Tottenham

Richarlison is facing more time on the sidelines
Richarlison is facing more time on the sidelines

Richarlison (knee): In-form forward has been ruled out for three to four weeks.

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

Pedro Porro (other): Probably still a week away from a return.

Destiny Udogie (knee): Has a chance of featuring against Crystal Palace.

Ryan Sessegnon (thigh): Continues to be absent.

West Ham

Maxwel Cornet (hamstring): Winger set for "a few weeks" out according to David Moyes.

Wolves

Matheus Cunha (hamstring): Gary O'Neil has not set a time period on Brazilian's absence.

Hwang Hee-Chan (hamstring): Wolves boss O'Neil says it will be a "miracle" if South Korean faces Newcastle.

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