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The 2023-24 Premier League injury table: Liverpool top, Man Utd just behind…

Injuries are the bane of Premier League squads right now, especially with the final three months of the season looming and the intensity of matches only increasing.

As the number of games increases – the European competitions have also returned – almost every club is suffering with several notable absentees.

Speaking last September, Burnley boss Vincent Kompany came up with radical plans to prevent the number of injuries to top footballers by limiting them to 60 games per season.

“For the players at the top, who have to play for their national teams and all of these other competitions, it should be capped appearances within a season,” Kompany said.

“Put a number on it. It’s not for me to put a number on it, (but) 60 or 65 games. They (still) have to work hard, don’t get me wrong, but 60 games takes a little bit away. It would put the pressure more on coaches and national teams to come to a common-sense calendar.

“There is a part of the league with an enormous amount of international players playing all over the world who get very little rest.”

Kompany is unlikely to get his wish – both UEFA and FIFA are seemingly committed to expanding tournaments until the earth collapses – meaning the likelihood of injuries will only increase for elite players.

We’ve listed all the Premier League players currently carrying injuries, sorted by club, and given them an approximate date of return.

Note: Data comes from a combination of Premier Injuries and Transfermarkt as of 23/02/2024. Not all injury-related absence has been marked as such on Transfermarkt, and so we’ve done our best to pick through the absences to determine whether it was related to an injury or not.

Arsenal – 5

Jurrien Timber (Knee, April 2024)
Takehiro Tomiyasu (Other, March 2024)
Oleksandr Zinchenko (Calf, March 2024)
Thomas Partey (Thigh, February 2024)
Gabriel Jesus (Knee, February 2024)

Aston Villa – 6

Boubacar Kamara (Knee, November 2024)
Emiliano Buendia (Knee, June 2024)
Tyrone Mings (Knee, June 2024)
Jhon Duran (Other, April 2024)
Diego Carlos (Thigh, March 2024)
Ezri Konsa (Knee, March 2024)

Bournemouth – 5

Ryan Fredericks (Calf, June 2024)
James Hill (Ankle, March 2024)
Tyler Adams (Thigh, March 2024)
Romain Faivre (Illness, February 2024)
Max Aarons (Thigh, N/A)

Brentford – 6

Rico Henry (Knee, June 2024)
Aaron Hickey (Thigh, May 2024)
Ethan Pinnock (Ankle, March 2024)
Kevin Schade (Groin, March 2024)
Bryan Mbeumo (Ankle, March 2024)
Joshua Dasilva (Knee, N/A)

Brighton – 5

Solly March (Knee, May 2024)
Jack Hinshelwood (Ankle, May 2024)
Joao Pedro (Thigh, March 2024)
Julio Enciso (Knee, March 2024)
James Milner (Thigh, February 2024)

Burnley – 5

Aaron Ramsey (Knee, November 2024)
Nathan Redmond (Thigh, June 2024)
Lyle Foster (Other, May 2024)
Luka Koleosho (Knee, May 2024)
Jordan Beyer (Thigh, March 2024)

Chelsea – 7

Wesley Fofana (Knee, June 2024)
Reece James (Thigh, March 2024)
Benoit Badiashile (Groin, March 2024)
Romeo Lavia (Thigh, March 2024)
Marc Cucurella (Ankle, March 2024)
Robert Sanchez (Knee, February 2024)
Lesley Ugochukwu (Thigh, N/A)

Crystal Palace – 7

Cheick Doucoure (Calf, June 2024)
Rob Holding (Ankle, May 2024)
Michael Olise (Thigh, April 2024)
Marc Guehi (Knee, March 2024)
Will Hughes (Ankle, March 2024)
Eberechi Eze (Thigh, March 2024)
Jesurun Rak-Sakyi (Thigh, N/A)

Everton – 5

Arnaut Danjuma (Ankle, March 2024)
Seamus Coleman (Illness, February 2024)
Vitalii Mykolenko (Other, February 2024)
Andre Gomes (Calf, February 2024)
Dele (Groin, N/A)

Fulham – 4

Raul Jimenez (Thigh, March 2024)
Kenny Tete (Calf, February 2024)
Armando Broja (Illness, February 2024)
Willian (Other, February 2024)

Liverpool – 10

Joel Matip (Knee, September 2024)
Diogo Jota (Knee, April 2024)
Trent Alexander-Arnold (Knee, March 2024)
Allison (Thigh, March 2024)
Curtis Jones (Ankle, March 2024)
Darwin Nunez (Other, February 2024)
Mohamed Salah (Thigh, February 2024)
Dominik Szoboszlai (Thigh, February 2024)
Thiago Alcantara (Other, N/A)
Stefan Bajcetic (Other, N/A)

Luton Town – 8

Tom Lockyer (Chest, July 2024)
Marvelous Nakamba (Knee, May 2024)
Alfie Doughty (Other, February 2024)
Daiki Hashioka (Other, N/A)
Elijah Adebayo (Thigh, N/A)
Jacob Brown (Knee, N/A)
Albert Sambi Lokonga (Thigh, N/A)
Mads Andersen (Calf, N/A)

Manchester City – 2

Josko Gvardiol (Ankle, March 2024)
Jack Grealish (Groin, March 2024)

Manchester United – 8

Luke Shaw (Thigh, May 2024)
Lisandro Martinez (Knee, April 2024)
Anthony Martial (Groin, March 2024)
Tyrell Malacia (Knee, March 2024)
Rasmus Hojlund (Other, March 2024)
Mason Mount (Calf, March 2024)
Aaron Wan-Bissaka (Other, March 2024)

Newcastle United – 8

Callum Wilson (Chest, May 2024)
Joelinton (Thigh, May 2024)
Nick Pope (Shoulder, April 2024)
Elliot Anderson (Lower Back, March 2024)
Matt Targett (Thigh, March 2024)
Fabian Schar (Wrist, February 2024)
Joe Willock (Calf, February 2024)
Alexander Isak (Groin, February 2024)

Nottingham Forest – 2

Chris Wood (Thigh, March 2024)
Gonzalo Montiel (Thigh, March 2024)

Sheffield United – 8

Max Lowe (Ankle, July 2024)
Rhys Norrington-Davies (Thigh, June 2024)
Chris Basham (Ankle, June 2024)
John Egan (Ankle, March 2024)
Ben Brereton Diaz (Thigh, February 2024)
Cameron Archer (Calf, February 2024)
George Baldock (Other, February 2024)
Daniel Jebbison (Illness, N/A)

Tottenham – 5

Fraser Forster (Ankle, April 2024)
Pedro Porro (Other, March 2024)
Manor Soloman (Knee, March 2024)
Destiny Udogie (Other, March 2024)
Ryan Sessegnon (Thigh, N/A)

West Ham United – 1

Lucas Paqueta (Calf, February 2024)

Wolves – 1

Matheus Cunha (Thigh, N/A)


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