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Dream Team Injury Update – Game Week 33

Poor old Harry Kane.

The Spurs man is sidelined indefinitely but Mauricio Pochettino’s troops seem to be doing just fine without their talisman.

It remains to be seen how the other ‘top six’ clubs will cope without their injury-stricken stars as we enter the final few weeks of the season.


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Definitely out

Aaron Ramsey

His last game as a Gunner?

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His last game as a Gunner?

Ramsey innocuously pulled his hamstring in Arsenal’s 1-0 win over Napoli in the Europa League on Thursday.

The full extent of the injury is yet to be revealed, however Unai Emery has confirmed he will miss the visit of Crystal Palace on Sunday.

The Welshman might have played his final game for the Gunners.

Moussa Sissoko

The walk of shame

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The walk of shame

Sissoko picked up a groin injury in the first half of Spurs’ dramatic Champions League semi-final win over Man City.

Pochettino revealed that he’s “not optimistic” the Frenchman’s injury will only be a short term one.

Antonio Rudiger

MIA

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MIA

Rudiger injured his knee in Chelsea’s defeat to Liverpool last weekend and it had been suggested that he would not feature again this season.

Thankfully for the Blues, the German’s injury is not as bad as first feared and he could make a return against Man United in Game Week 34.

Jose Holebas

Still out

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Still out

The Watford defender is recovering from a hamstring injury he sustained in the FA Cup semi-final win over Wolves.

Javi Gracia has confirmed that the 34-year-old will miss this weekend’s visit to rock-bottom Huddersfield.

Jeffrey Schlupp

Sidelined

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Sidelined

Schlupp limped off in the first half of Palace’s defeat to Man City in Game Week 32.

The versatile defender will now miss the Eagles’ trip to Arsenal and the full extent of the injury has not yet been revealed by Roy Hodgson.

Doubts

Javier Hernandez and Manuel Lanzini

Dynamic duo

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Dynamic duo

West Ham pair Hernandez and Lanzini both face late fitness tests ahead of the meeting with Leicester.

Oleksandr Zinchenko 

Stretch it out

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Stretch it out

Zinchenko suffered a hamstring pull in Man City’s win over Cardiff at the start of April and hasn’t featured since.

Pep Guardiola revealed he doesn’t know if the Ukrainian will be fit in time for the clash with Spurs on Saturday lunchtime.

Suspensions

Troy Deeney

Pick on someone your own size

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Pick on someone your own size

The Watford man was shown a straight red card for an elbow on Lucas Torreira on Monday night.

Watford lost their appeal against the decision and now Deeney will sit out the next three games as the Hornets fight for 7th spot.

Sokratis

No stranger to a yellow card… or ten

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No stranger to a yellow card… or ten

Arsenal’s defensive stalwart will miss the visit of Palace on Sunday as he serves the last of a two-match suspension.

Sokratis has hopefully learnt his lesson after picking up ten yellow cards for the season.



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