EPL Team Injuries

Get the latest player injuries, suspensions and news for each team in the English Premier League.

          TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR: Heung-Min appeared to be limping on Thursday night. 'Yeah, we'll see how Sonny is. He was a bit sore after the game - we'll wait and see what the outcome is in terms of Sunday,' confirmed Postecoglou. 'There's nothing - apart from Sonny - that looks too serious.' Cristian Romero featured in Gameweek 15 after completing a three-match ban. And Pape Sarr was named among the substitutes after recovering from the injury he picked up whilst on international duty.          LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp on Alexis Mac Allister, who had stitches in a knee wound on Wednesday. 'I don't expect him to be ready. I don't know about Thursday or Sunday (next week).' Alisson is back in contention after training normally on Thursday.          BRENTFORD: The Bees will be forced into at least one change after Bryan Mbeumo was helped from the pitch midweek. 'It is bad,' confirmed Thomas Frank when asked how the striker's ankle was. 'He’ll have a scan later, but we don’t know the exact number of weeks he will be out.' Jensen faces a late fitness test. '[Mathias] will be a decision I need to make in the next 24 hours, whether I want to push him to be ready or be a little more cautious and have him ready for Villa.' Christian Norgaard returns after his ban.           CHELSEA: Pochettino on Nkunku. 'I don't believe that he will be involved, but we need to assess day by day. We'll [also] see Malo Gusto, but apart from that, no [one else].'          MANCHESTER CITY: Pep believes De Bruyne could return before the end of the year. 'I think he has started to run on the pitch but hasn’t trained with us once. The FIFA Club World Cup is in two or three weeks... Maybe it’s a bit early, but I don’t know.' Rodri and Jack Grealish are back after suspension.          NOTTINGHAM FOREST: If media reports are to be believed, Steve Cooper has one more game to decide his future at the club after a hugely disappointing 5-0 loss at Craven Cottage. 'There [are] going to be questions and stories; I respect that as it is the life of a football manager.' The Forest boss has a close affinity with the clubs' supporters and told BBC Sport that he 'didn't deserve' such backing from fans after 'letting them down massively' against Fulham. Owner Evangelos Marinakis was unimpressed by the performance and effort on Wednesday.          ASTON VILLA: Unai Emery will assess his squad after his lunchtime press conference on Friday. 'We are going to train in two hours. We had to rest a lot after the match we played on Wednesday, we (also) played on Sunday and last Thursday. It's going to be very, very important the last day until tomorrow, how the players as well can tell me physically and mentally how they are.' Emi Buendia and Tyrone Mings are the only known long-term injuries. Bertrand Traore was injured whilst on international duty.           AFC BOURNEMOUTH: Andoni Iraola expects to have a similar squad to Wednesday, with no one expected to recover. 'I think we have the same players in the squad. Junior (Traore) has a temperature and will not be able to be a part of the squad.' Lloyd Kelly is 'still not close' with Max Aarons, the closest of those side-lined to a return. 'Max is training on his own but is already outside, and I think he is the next one that we will recover. Tomorrow, no chance. He hasn't trained with the team. It is also going to be very difficult next weekend, but he is next in line to recover.'          ARSENAL: Mikel Arteta spoke on Friday morning. 'I think everybody is going to be okay [from the win at Luton].' The Gunners made three changes at Kenilworth Road, and at least two of those, Zinchenko and Leandro Trossard, could return.