FPL Gameweek 37 injuries, predicted lineups and team news for all Premier League clubs from injury guru Ben Dinnery ahead of the Gameweek. They will be regularly updated throughout and following the press conferences.
ArsenalPredicted lineup Press Conference "[There are] no big changes [in the treatment room]," Mikel Arteta told reporters on Tuesday. "I think everybody is fit apart from David [Luiz]. Let’s see how Granit is as well, but for the rest, I think they are okay." If Xhaka is not ready, Mo Elneny could be the player to come in alongside Thomas Partey. Hector Bellerin has recovered from a minor knock. Pending Evaluation
- Granit Xhaka (groin) - Looks to be okay, but Arteta will make one final check with the medical team.
- Hector Bellerin (knock) - Not listed as one of those players carrying an injury.
- David Luiz (hamstring) - May not play again for the club after confirming he will be leaving when his contract expires.
Aston VillaPredicted lineup Press Conference Matty Cash and Morgan Sanson, hamstring and knee respectively, won’t play again this season. Tyrone Mings will train on Tuesday, and it is hoped that he can recover in time for the Tottenham game: "It was a really good challenge he made in the last minute against Everton and, unfortunately, it kept him out for the game against Palace. He should be back today, so I'm hopeful he's available for tomorrow." A decision on Jack Grealish will be made closer to kick-off: "He's just had 30 minutes against Palace and 20-odd minutes last week, and we're building him up," revealed Dean Smith. "I've got to have a conversation with the medical staff. He might [start]." Pending Evaluation
- Tyrone Mings (knee) - The centre-back will train on Tuesday with a view to returning at Tottenham.
- Trezeguet (knee) - Suffered an ACL rupture against Liverpool. Successfully undergone surgery.
- Matty Cash (hamstring) - Confirmation that the left-back will miss the remaining fixtures.
- Morgan Sanson (knee) - Dean Smith revealed on Tuesday that the Frenchman's season is over.
Brighton and Hove AlbionPredicted lineup Press Conference Graham Potter reports no fresh injury concerns from the 1-1 draw with West Ham. Lewis Dunk and Neal Maupay serve the final game of their two-match bans. It's too soon for Joel Veltman and Davy Propper, calf and ankle, respectively, while Tariq Lamptey and Solly March remain out long-term. "They're are making good progress and are out running on the grass, but they’re not ready yet. I think in terms of when they are back, similar stages. I think they are both going to be for pre-season." Pending Evaluation -- Ruled Out
- Solly March (knee) - The winger admitted that he is now targeting pre-season to return to full fitness.
- Tariq Lamptey (hamstring) - Surgery will keep the full-back out for the remainder of the campaign.
- Davy Propper (ankle) - Doubtful for midweek with a realistic target for the final day.
- Joel Veltman (calf) - Reports of tightness which will keep him out of GW37.
- Lewis Dunk - Received a two-match suspension for his dismissal at Molineux. Back in GW38.
- Neal Maupay - Charged with a breach of FA Rule E3 and accepted that his language and behaviour was abusive, insulting and improper following his dismissal. He received an additional one-match ban ruling him out for the season.
BurnleyPredicted lineup Press Conference A niggling knee issue means Nick Pope is rated as "touch and go" for Wednesday, while Dale Stephens (ankle) and Phil Bardsley (hernia) are ruled out after going under the knife. "Kevin Long and Robbie Brady are both still unavailable." Pending Evaluation
- Nick Pope (knee and shoulder) - Rated as "touch and go", but Sean Dyche won't take any risks with the Clarets safe for another season.
- Kevin Long (Achilles) - Already way beyond his initial timeline. No definitive update on a possible return.
- Robbie Brady (Achilles) - No guarantees that the Irishman will be back before the end of the season.
- Phil Bardsley (hernia) - Surgery. Ruled out of the remaining fixtures.
- Dale Stephens (ankle) - Surgery. Ruled out of the remaining fixtures.
ChelseaPredicted lineup Press Conference Thomas Tuchel did not report any fresh injuries following the FA Cup final defeat to Leicester. Still, he did address the absence of Tammy Abraham on Saturday: "It's just the amount of people I can nominate for a game," he said. "I decided to start with Timo (Werner) as the nine, and we also had Oli (Giroud) and Kai (Havertz), who can also play as a nine. It's not personal." Mateo Kovacic and Andreas Christensen were reportedly fit for Wembley, but they failed to make the squad. Pending Evaluation
- Mateo Kovacic (hamstring) - Training with the group and will return once fully fit.
- Andreas Christensen (hamstring) - If he doesn't make the FA Cup final, Tuchel hopes to have the defender back for Tuesday.
Crystal PalacePredicted lineup Press Conference -- Pending Evaluation
- Nathaniel Clyne (illness) - Sickness bug. Late fitness test.
- Patrick van Aanholt (personal) - Missed the win over Aston Villa due to a family issue.
- Luka Milivojevic (personal) - Missed the win over Aston Villa due to a family issue.
- James McArthur (calf) - No definitive timeline, and the Scottish midfielder may not play again this season.
- Nathan Ferguson (thigh) - Roy Hodgson said it would be "very foolish" to consider the 20-year-old having missed so much football.
- Connor Wickham (muscle) - Continues to work away from the main group. Still not 100 per cent.
- Mamadou Sakho (thigh) - Ruled out. His contract ends in the summer, so he may not play again for the club.
EvertonPredicted lineup Press Conference Mina and King are fit and available for the Toffees' final home match of the season against Wolves: "We have Yerry back, we have Joshua back." Only Jean-Philippe Gbamin is out for this game; all the others are available. "It's always good to have all the squad available. I can [make] the right choice for the line-up tomorrow, but it's the reaction and attitude that we have to show after our defeat against Sheffield United." Pending Evaluation
- Yerry Mina (adductor) - Ancelotti confirms Jean-Philippe Gbamin is the only player missing through injury.
- Josh King (back) - Ancelotti confirms Jean-Philippe Gbamin is the only player missing through injury.
- Jean-Philippe Gbamin (knee) - No surgery required, but Ancelotti believes the injury-plagued midfielder will be out for the season.
FulhamPredicted lineup Press Conference Antonee Robinson missed the loss to Southampton with an ankle injury, and Scott Parker admits Tuesday "comes a little too soon," ruling the defender out. Tom Cairney has lost his battle with an ongoing knee problem, and he will not play again this season. Mario Lemina is in contention after missing the fixture against his parent club, and Terence Kongolo remains unavailable long-term. Pending Evaluation -- Ruled Out
- Terence Kongolo (knee) - Injured following a heavy collision with Adama Traore. Surgery will rule him out of the remaining games.
- Antonee Robinson (ankle) - "Touch and go" on whether the defender can face Newcastle on the final day.
- Tom Cairney (knee) - Heading in the right direction, but Scott Parker admits the midfielder will not play again this season.
- Mario Lemina (ineligible) - Returns after missing the game against his parent club.
Leeds UnitedAfter a comfortable 4-0 win at Turf Moor, Marcelo Bielsa will likely keep changes to a minimum. We know that Klich is ruled out, and that could open the door for Liam Cooper with Pascal Struijk moving into midfield. Raphinha and Kalvin Phillips returned to the XI on Saturday, and Rodrigo is staking a claim for a start having scored three in two from the bench. I know a big call, but Patrick Bamford has had a long hard season, and maybe Tuesday provides the ideal opportunity to rest ahead of the final weekend. Predicted lineup Press Conference Robin Koch and Mateusz Klich will miss the remaining fixtures after Marcelo Bielsa granted both players an early holiday ahead of a potential call up to the Euros. "The injury that Robin has is not important, and we didn't want to take the risk of him playing and making it worse," said the Argentine, before adding that Klich needed a rest. "The evaluations that I make over the campaign are for the needs of each player, and in the case of Mateusz, the decision I made was the best for him." Bielsa will release no other international players. Pablo Hernandez will be assessed in training: the issue was described as a "small knock" on Saturday, and the veteran playmaker has a good chance of making the game. Helder Costa and Adam Forshaw remain on the sidelines. Pending Evaluation
- Pablo Hernandez (knock) - Described as a "small knock" with assessments carried out in training.
- Adam Forshaw (muscular) - Suffered a setback on his return for the U23s. Ruled out for an undefined period.
- Helder Costa (back) - Confirmation from Marcelo Bielsa that the winger has been ruled out of the remaining fixtures.
- Robin Koch - Given early leave with the potential for him to be called up to the national team (Euro 2021).
- Mateusz Klich - Given early leave with the potential for him to be called up to the national team (Euro 2021).
Leicester CityPredicted lineup Press Conference The Foxes attention quickly turns from the FA Cup to Champions League qualification: "It was important to get ourselves that legacy of being the first City team to win the FA Cup," said Brendan Rodgers. "[But] we want to get Champions League football and want to take the opportunity to get there. We write our own story." Jonny Evans will not be available after being forced off during the cup final due to an ongoing foot problem. “He won’t play in the game. He’ll struggle for that. We’ll see what he’s like for the weekend.” Cengiz Under is still hampered with a hip injury, while the remainder of the squad will be assessed. "It’s only the second day after playing; we’ll see once we get [the whole squad] moving today." Club-captain Wes Morgan may not play again due to the back issue which has dogged him all season: "The body gets to a point where it starts to break down, and it’s difficult now to get a full 90 minutes out of him, even though I can always rely on him to do a job for us." Pending Evaluation
- Wes Morgan (back) - Cannot play 90 minutes but could be named on the bench.
- Justin James (ACL) - Ruled out for the remainder of the season following surgery on his knee.
- Harvey Barnes (knee surgery) - Set for a second surgical procedure after suffering a setback. Season over.
- Jonny Evans (plantar fasciitis) - An ongoing issue that is being managed. Ruled out of GW37.
- Cengiz Under (groin) - The winger is struggling to overcome a hip flexor problem.
LiverpoolPredicted lineup Press Conference Jurgen Klopp confirms no long-term absentees are expected to return on Wednesday. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (illness) has trained, while James Milner rejoined the group on Tuesday. Diogo Jota is looking better than initially thought, and he has a "tiny, tiny little chance" of returning this weekend. "The swelling went down, and it looked better than the first scan. That's good news for Portugal and Diogo for the Euros. We will see if it's good enough for us." Pending Evaluation
- James Milner (muscle) - Rejoined the group on Tuesday. Could make the squad.
- Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (illness) - Missed out on Sunday. Expected to return for the trip to Turf Moor.
- Virgil van Dijk (ACL knee) - The player rules himself out of the Euros and will focus on the final phase of his recovery.
- Joe Gomez (knee surgery) - Season over after suffering a non-contact patellar tendon rupture.
- Joel Matip (ankle) - Confirmation that the centre-back will undergo surgery, ruling him out of the remaining fixtures.
- Jordan Henderson (groin) - Will not feature again in the league but could still feature at the Euros for England.
- Ozan Kabak (muscle) - May have played his last game for the club. Klopp admits a return this season is improbable.
- Diogo Jota (foot) - Not as bad as initially thought. An outside chance of making the final weekend.
- Ben Davies (muscle) - Missed Sundays' last-gasp win at West Brom. Awaiting further news from Jurgen Klopp.
- Naby Keita (undisclosed) - Not training with the team yet, Will not be considered on Wednesday.
Manchester CityPredicted lineup
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