🏥 FPL Daily Injury Updates Roundup (14/10/2022):
🌳 N’ FOREST | Steve Cooper has said injured defender Moussa Niakhate is “nowhere near” returning and isn’t sure whether he will make the World Cup.
Jack Colback is still struggling with his back while Omar Richards remains sidelined.
🍒 BOURNEMOUTH | Ben Pearson and Joe Rothwell have returned to full training and are in contention for GW11.
It’s too soon, however, for Lloyd Kelly and David Brooks.
NEWCASTLE | Howe: “Alexander Isak is making progress but he’s not available for this game. We’ve not picked up any new injuries.”
Jonjo Shelvey is back on the grass but hasn’t yet trained fully, whilst Matt Ritchie could be sidelined until after the World Cup with a calf problem.
🔴 LIVERPOOL | Klopp: “We still have to figure out who’s available for the City game.”
We do know that Trent Alexander-Arnold, Luis Diaz, Joel Matip and Arthur Melo will miss GW11.
Andrew Robertson is fit and was in the UCL squad on Wednesday.
🔨 WEST HAM | The absences of Thilo Kehrer (knock) and substitution of Craig Dawson (dead leg) in the Europa League match were described as “precautionary” by David Moyes.
Michail Antonio and Kurt Zouma were missing because of illness.
Angelo Ogbonna limped out of Thursday’s win over Anderlecht with hamstring tightness and is a doubt for GW11.
Nayef Aguerd (ankle) and Maxwel Cornet (calf) remain out.
🔵 CHELSEA | Graham Potter has said that Reece James is set to see a specialist over the weekend to confirm the severity of the injury and “find the way forward”.
N’Golo Kante is also due to see a consultant at the weekend after his own setback and will remain sidelined for some time.
Wesley Fofana is also out.
⬜️ FULHAM | Aleksandar Mitrovic returned to team training on Friday for the first time in two weeks, with Marco Silva saying in his pre-match press conference that the Serbian striker would have to be assessed before the visit of Bournemouth.
🏆 MAN CITY | Pep Guardiola has confirmed Erling Haaland, Phil Foden and Bernardo Silva are “ready for Sunday” after citing fatigue as the reason for their benchings in midweek.
John Stones (hamstring) remains 7-10 days away from a comeback.
Longer-term absentees Kyle Walker (groin) and Kalvin Phillips (shoulder) are still sidelined.
😇 SOUTHAMPTON | Ralph Hasenhüttl will be without Moussa Djenepo (illness) for the game against West Ham.
🗣️ “Romeo [Lavia] maybe starts the beginning of next week with the team. Tino [Livramento] needs a little bit longer time. The rest is fit.”
🐺 WOLVES | Steve Davis confirmed that Boubacar Traore is available again after illness, while Goncalo Guedes is also available after he picked up a knock during the defeat to Chelsea.
Ruben Neves returns from a one-match ban.
🦅 C’ PALACE | Patrick Vieira confirmed that Crystal Palace have no new injury concerns heading into the weekend but Will Hughes won’t be involved because of illness.
⚪️ LEEDS | Luis Sinisterra returns after serving a one-match ban and Junior Firpo is fit after missing the defeat to Crystal Palace as a precaution.
Adam Forshaw, Leo Hjelde, Archie Gray and Stuart Dallas remain out, with all bar Dallas nearing a return.
🦁 ASTON VILLA | Leon Bailey has returned to training and is available for selection to face Chelsea.
Matty Cash continues to have his training workload managed but is available for Sunday, whilst Lucas Digne could return towards the end of the month.
💮 SPURS | Dejan Kulusevski will not be fit to face Everton at the weekend, with Antonio Conte expressing the need to be patient with the Swedish international as he returns from injury.
There are no new injuries for the Spurs boss in GW11.
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