Fantasy football bosses across the world wince when one of their star players hits the deck — and a spell in the treatment room is never good news.
Keep this page bookmarked to stay up to date with all the Premier League injuries and expected return dates throughout the season.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (internal disciplinary matter): Star forward has been stripped of the captaincy and will not be considered for selection against West Ham.
Sead Kolasinac (ankle): Not likely to return from the injury he picked up on international duty until January.
Bernd Leno (groin): Has not been on the bench in the past three games with a groin problem.
Bertrand Traore (thigh): Has a chance of returning to action before Christmas.
Leon Bailey (thigh): Likely to be out until some time after Christmas.
Marvelous Nakamba (knee): Midfielder will miss the Norwich game after a scan confirmed a knee issue.
Brentford (game postponed)
Ivan Toney (illness): Missed the last two games due to coronavirus.
Ethan Pinnock (illness): Defender was absent from Watford win due to coronavirus.
Mathias Jorgensen (other): Being continually assessed with no date set for his return.
Kristoffer Ajer (thigh): Suffered a hamstring injury and will be out until Boxing Day at the earliest.
Josh Dasilva (hip): Midfielder was ruled out of the Championship play-offs in April with no date set for his return.
David Raya (knee): The Bees No1 will be out until March after injuring his knee ligaments.
Julian Jeanvier (knee): Has started training outdoors but is not in contention to face Watford.
Steven Alzate (ankle): Seagulls ace underwent surgery on an ankle injury and is out until 2022.
Danny Welbeck (thigh): Striker has a chance to return before Christmas if all goes to plan.
Jeremy Sarmiento (hamstring): Will be out until March with a hamstring injury sustained on debut.
Adam Webster (calf): Calf issue will keep him out for another week at least.
Adam Lallana (thigh): Thigh injury keeps him sidelined this midweek.
Shane Duffy (suspended): Has now picked up five yellows and will miss a game.
Joel Veltman (facial): Should return after suffering a blow to the nose.
Lewis Dunk (knee): Being assessed after picking up an injury towards the end of the Southampton draw.
Leandro Trossard (elbow): Currently being assessed with no return date set.
Ashley Barnes (thigh): Set for a spell on the sidelines after tearing a muscle in his thigh.
Maxwel Cornet (thigh): The summer signing is a doubt with a muscle strain.
Dale Stevens (illness): Being monitored and may miss Hornets.
Connor Roberts (illness): Missed West Ham draw through illness but could return in midweek.
Mateo Kovacic (illness): Self-isolating after a positive coronavirus test.
Ben Chilwell (knee): Left-back is expected to be out for at least six weeks after a partial ACL injury against Juventus.
N’Golo Kante (knee): Twisted his knee and will be out for the foreseeable future.
Trevoh Chalobah (hamstring): Has a hamstring problem that is still being assessed.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Unknown): Injured himself in the warm-up against Zenit and may miss a few weeks of action.
Nathan Ferguson (Achilles): Still suffering from a long-term injury and is unlikely to feature before January.
James McArthur (thigh): Suffered a hamstring injury and there is currently no current return date.
Joachim Andersen (thigh): Being assessed and has a slim chance of playing against Everton.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (thigh): Striker’s thigh injury will likely keep him out for two more weeks.
Yerry Mina (calf): The Colombian limped off against Arsenal in his first game back from a thigh problem.
Tom Davies (knee): Unlikely to recover after missing the Merseyside derby defeat.
Lucas Digne (internal disciplinary action): Was dropped for the Arsenal game after “tensions boiled over” and could miss out again.
Luke Ayling (knee): May return to the squad for the game with Brentford.
Robin Koch (illness): A bug has stopped him returning to training after a problem with his pelvis.
Patrick Bamford (hamstring): Suffered a hamstring injury celebrating goal against Brentford and could miss out again.
Pascal Struijk (hip): Is touch and go for the Manchester City game after missing Leeds’ last two.
Kalvin Phillips (thigh): England star is likely to be out until the new year.
Rodrigo (heel): Being rested in order to aid his long-term recovery.
Wesley Fofana (shin): Centre-back looks set to be out until 2022 after requiring surgery on a broken fibula suffered after a horrific challenge in pre-season.
James Justin (knee): Full-back will get a run-out in an Under-23s match soon ahead of returning to the first team.
Ricardo Pereira (hamstring): Ruled out for at least another week after tweaking his hamstring in training.
Jonny Evans (hamstring): Likely to miss trip to Tottenham after limping off against Newcastle at the weekend.
Jannik Vestergaard, Ayoze Perez, Ademola Lookman, Kelechi Iheanacho, Daniel Amartey, Vontae Daley-Campbell, Filip Benkovic, Hamza Choudhury (all illness): With some of the players suffering with coronavirus, boss Brendan Rodgers ruled them all out of action.
Harvey Elliott (ankle): Suffered a broken ankle and is a long-term absentee.
Curtis Jones (eye): May return after suffering an eye injury in training.
Roberto Firmino (hamstring): Still out after picking up an injury against Atletico Madrid last month.
Nathanial Phillips (head): Centre-back will face four to five weeks out.
Ferran Torres (foot): Spain ace suffered a small fracture on his right foot while playing for his country.
Joao Cancelo (suspension): Full-back will miss Leeds game after accumulating five yellow cards.
Ilkay Gundogan (back): Currently being assessed after struggling with his back.
Manchester United (game postponed)
Paul Pogba (thigh): Continues to undergo rehab following his thigh problem.
Raphael Varane (hamstring): Frenchman’s hamstring problem continues to keep him out.
Edinson Cavani (other): Missing since scoring against Tottenham and will likely be absent again.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka (hand): May be available after suffering a hand injury and missing the last three games.
Anthony Martial (knee): Picked up a knee issue in training and is still a doubt.
Nemanja Matic (illness): Has suffered with illness but has tested negative for coronavirus.
Victor Lindelof (chest): Has troubled breathing against Norwich but reported to now be fine for game against Brentford.
Juan Mata (illness): Has been suffering with illness but may still be fit for Bees clash.
Paul Dummett (calf): Welsh defender suffered a setback in September and is set to miss more time.
Sam Byram (thigh): Hamstring issues have kept the full-back out of action since 2020, though he has now returned to training.
Christoph Zimmermann (ankle): Defender is struggling with an ankle injury and had another surgery in mid-October.
Mathias Normann (pelvic): Still absent after his pelvic injury.
Milot Rashica (groin): Problem is worse than expected and could return to face Arsenal next weekend.
Andrew Omobamidele (back): WIll miss the Christmas period.
Ben Gibson (groin): Trained on Monday so expected to be available for Aston Villa clash.
Christos Tzolis (illness): Likely to be absent after testing positive for coronavirus.
Grant Hanley (shoulder): Arm is in a sling and will be out for the foreseeable future.
Stuart Armstrong (calf): Sidelined for almost a month, with no date yet set for the Scotsman’s return.
Jan Bednarek (calf): Went off with a problem against Leicester but may be fit to play.
Fraser Forster (unknown): Will be absent for a while with a muscle strain.
Alex McCarthy (thigh): A hamstring injury will ensure the the keeper is sidelined until next year.
Armando Broja (hamstring): A doubt for the Crystal Palace game.
Che Adams (hamstring): Unlikely to feature in midweek after picking up a “strange” injury.
Cristian Romero (thigh): Could be set for a lay-off after an injury in training.
Giovani Lo Celso (other): Missed the win against Brentford and is currently being assessed.
Sergio Reguilon (other): Unclear when he will return to action.
Emerson Royal, Bryan Gil, Heung-Min Son, Oliver Skipp, Dane Scarlett, Lucas Moura (illness): All have confirmed cases of coronavirus with other Spurs players also infected.
Ismaila Sarr (knee): Speedy winger will be out for much of December with a knee problem.
Nicolas Nkoulou (hamstring): Ruled out of the rest of the year.
Peter Etebo (thigh): His torn quad muscle will keep him out until March.
Ken Sema (knee): Winger faces a spell on the sidelines after injuring his MCL in training.
Ben Foster (hip): Not available until January after injuring his hip in training.
Adam Masina (thigh): Will need a MRI scan to determine how bad his thigh problem is.
Kwadwo Baah (foot): Fractured his ankle in training and will be out of action for a number of weeks.
Francisco Sierralta (thigh): Building up his fitness and will return to fitness next week.
Angelo Ogbonna (knee): Influential defender is set for a long spell on the sidelines after ACL injury.
Aaron Cresswell (lower back): Collided with a goalpost in the defeat to Manchester City but may return after missing the past three games.
Ben Johnson (hamstring): Not available for the trip to Arsenal with a hamstring issue.
Kurt Zouma (hamstring): Centre-back is out for a few weeks.
Ryan Fredericks (groin): Expected to miss out with his groin problem.
Raul Jimenez (suspended): Serving a one-match ban after ludicrous double yellow card against Manchester City.
Jonny (knee): Spaniard had surgery on an ACL injury in April and is likely to be out until the new year.
Pedro Neto (knee): Winger had surgery on his knee in April and continues to undergo rehab.
Yerson Mosquera (muscular injury): Youngster will be sidelined until the new year.
Willy Boly (other): Has suffered a muscular injury and is unlikely to return this month.