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Injuries and suspensions ahead of Dream Team Game Week 25 – Harry Kane latest

Dream Team brings you all the latest injury news and suspension updates from the Premier League to help managers navigate their way through Game Week 25.

Spurs talisman Harry Kane (£6.9m) should be available for selection against Arsenal this weekend.

The centre-forward limped off having netted twice during Thursday’s Europa League victory over Dinamo Zagreb and was later pictured with an ice pack over his knee.

Spurs talisman Harry Kane should be fit for Sunday’s North London derby against Arsenal

Spurs talisman Harry Kane should be fit for Sunday’s North London derby against Arsenal

However, Jose Mourinho revealed afterwards that he expects Kane to lead the line in the North London derby.

He told reporters: “I hope so and I believe so. You know, it’s a big match. I think only a big problem would stop him from being there, which I don’t think it is. But let’s see the reaction tomorrow but hopefully, he’ll be fine.”

Gareth Bale (£4.7m), Sergio Reguilon (£3.5m) and Toby Alderweireld £3m) are also likely to be recalled to the starting XI having been rested midweek. Giovani Lo Celso (£3m) is the only confirmed absentee for either side.

Man United have a shortage of forwards for their visit of West Ham on Sunday evening.

Anthony Martial (£3.5m) received a ‘whack’ on his hip early in the first half against AC Milan and is unlikely to recover in time. Marcus Rashford (£5.0m) and Edinson Cavani (£3.0m), who did not feature in the Europa League draw, are also expected to miss out.

Paul Pogba (£3.4m) and Donny van de Beek (£1.8m) will definitely miss out, while it’s unclear whether David De Gea (£2.6m) will feature having recently returned from Spain following the birth of his first child.

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David Moyes will be unable to field Jesse Lingard (£2.7m), who is unable to play against his parent club. Angelo Ogbonna (£2.5m), Ryan Fredericks (£2.4m), Arthur Masuaku (£2.2m) and Andriy Yarmolenko (£1.6m) are all sidelined.

Tammy Abraham (£3.5m) and Thiago Silva (£4.2m) will miss Saturday’s lunchtime kick off at Elland Road. Leeds welcome back Jamie Shackleton (£0.6m) but Pablo Hernandez (£1.3m) and Adam Forshaw remain out.

Roberto Firmino’s (£2.8m) chances of featuring against Wolves on Monday are rated 50/50 after he missed the Champions League victory over RB Leipzig. Aside from the Brazilian, Liverpool have no fresh injury concerns. The hosts remain without Raul Jimenez (£4.3m) and Daniel Podence (£2.2m).

It’s a virtually injury-free affair at Craven Cottage with Man City boasting a full compliment. Fulham only have Tom Cairney (£2.0m) absent.

Man United star Anthony Martial was taken off against AC Milan on Thursday

Man United star Anthony Martial was taken off against AC Milan on Thursday

But the same can’t be said for the Goodison Park showdown between Everton and Burnley.

Carlo Ancelotti revealed that midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure (£1.8m) has a ‘fracture on his foot’ and will miss between 8-10 weeks of action. James Rodriguez (£3.6m) is out until after the international break, while Gylfi Sigurdsson (£3.0m) will undergo a late fitness test. Yerry Mina (£1.9m) is fit again.

Elsewhere Leicester are still without Harvey Barnes (£2.9m), Cengiz Under (£1.8m), James Justin (£3.8m) and James Maddison (£4.1m) but there are welcome returns for Jonny Evans (£3.3m), Ayoze Perez (£1.4m) and Dennis Praet (£1.5m), who could all start against Sheffield United.

Jack Grealish (£4.5m) has been ruled out of tonight’s clash with Newcastle, who themselves remain without Callum Wilson (£2.9m), Allan Saint-Maximin (£3m) and Miguel Almiron (£2.4m).


Injured: None

Suspended: None

Aston Villa

Injured: Jack Grealish, Kortney Hause, Wesley

Suspended: None


Injured: Florin Andone, Adam Webster, Aaron Connolly, Solomon March, Tariq Lamptey

Suspended: None


Injured: Jack Cork, Charlie Taylor, Robbie Brady, Ashley Barnes

Suspended: None


Injured: Thiago Silva, Tammy Abraham

Suspended: None

Crystal Palace

Injured: James McArthur, Nathaniel Clyne, Tyrick Mitchell, Nathan Ferguson, Mamadou Sakho, James McCarthy, James Tomkins,

Suspended: None


Injured: James Rodriguez, Robin Olsen, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Fabian Delph, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Jean-Philippe Gbamin

Suspended: None


Injured: Tom Cairney, Marek Rodak

Suspended: None


Injured: Robin Koch, Adam Forshaw, Pascal Struijk, Pablo Hernandez

Suspended: None


Injured: Harvey Barnes, Cengiz Under, James Justin, James Maddison, Wes Morgan

Suspended: None


Injured: Jordan Henderson, Roberto Firmino, Joel Matip, Joe Gomez, Caoimhin Kelleher, Virgil Van Dijk

Suspended: None

Man City

Injured: None

Suspended: None

Man United

Injured: Paul Pogba, Edinson Cavani, David De Gea, Marcus Rashford, Juan Mata, Donny van de Beek, Anthony Martial,

Suspended: None


Injured: Callum Wilson, Allan Saint-Maximin, Miguel Almiron, Fabian Schar

Suspended: None

Sheffield United

Injured: John Egan, Sander Berge, Chris Basham, Jack Robinson, Jack O’Connell, Jack Rodwell

Suspended: None


Injured: Theo Walcott, Danny Ings, Michael Obafemi, Oriol Romeu, Moussa Djenepo, William Smallbone

Suspended: None


Injured: Giovani Lo Celso

Suspended: None

West Brom

Injured: Kieran Gibbs

Suspended: None

West Ham

Injured: Arthur Masuaku, Jesse Lingard (Unable to play against parent club), Ryan Fredericks, Angelo Ogbonna, Andriy Yarmolenko, Darren Randolph

Suspended: None


Injured: Daniel Podence, Raul Jimenez, Fernando Marcal

Suspended: None

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