Gameweek 14 injury updates on James, Foden, Foster and more – .

Gameweek 14 injury updates on James, Foden, Foster and more – .

We have all the important information about the Fantasy Premier League (FPL) squad for Gameweek 14 in the summary of our press conference on Tuesday.

You can see headline updates from Monday’s presses – featuring Brighton et Hove Albion, Burnley, Crystal Palace, Leeds United, Leicester City, Newcastle United, Norwich City and Southampton – via this link here.

For help and advice, from our weekly Boy Scout picks to team reveals, check out our full Gameweek 14 guide below:

And for much more detailed information, see our Scheduled Rosters page and our Injuries and Bans thread.


There might be doubts about Reece James, Jorginho and Timo Werner, judging by the words of Thomas Tuchel this Tuesday. Whether they were beaten or tired, Tuchel wouldn’t say it.

“We have doubts about some players, maybe we need a little more time, more exams. Reece James, Jorginho and Timo Werner: They all trained today with us and there will be last minute decisions about all three. “

Mateo Kovacic (hamstrings) and N’Golo Kanté (knee) are still out, with Romelu Lukaku ready to build on his eight-minute appearance against Manchester United. Even if Ben Chilwell (knee) is injured in the predictable, comments Tuchel on Marcos Alonso could concern new owners.

“Does Marcos now have to play eight matches every three days?” Is it possible? Maybe not. We still have Callum [Hudson-Odoi] who can play on the left side as a full back and we have some other ideas that we can maybe try. But above all, Marcos is in charge – he is the specialist, he will prove all he can bring to the team.


Even if Kevin De Bruyne returned a negative Covid test, he has not yet resumed training and therefore will not be able to face Aston Villa. Phil Foden and Jack Grealish missed the weekend and Pep Guardiola has not shown any commitment to their availability.

“Maybe tomorrow they can play, but not a lot of minutes. “

Aymeric Laporte is suspended for receiving five yellow cards.


Jurgen Klopp had no new concerns ahead of the Merseyside derby, claiming that Roberto Firmino (hamstring) is close to a comeback but probably not until Gameweek 16. Joe Gomez (veal) and Naby Keïta (hamstrings) are making positive progress.

“Everyone has passed [the Southampton game] well, as far as I know. All the [injured] the boys come closer. Police officer [Firmino] probably needs another week to do some more football stuff. Joe [Gomez] et Naby [Keita] are not too far removed from team training.

Curtis Jones (eye) and Harvey Elliott (ankle) stay outside.


In addition to the continued absence of the two Bertrand traore (thigh) and Trézeguet (knee), there will be no Danny Ings (thigh) against Manchester City.

“Danny, unfortunately, won’t be coming tomorrow. We protected him on weekends. He had a little setback – a previous injury – nothing serious, but we had to brake for a few days at least. -Steven Gerrard


Besides the long-term injury of Angelo Ogbonna (knee), all David Moyes had to report was a doubt about Aaron Cresswell (back).

“We have our doubts about Aaron Cresswell but he came out today so we hope he’s not too bad. We will see how it is.


Still no return for Dominique Calvert-Lewin (thigh), Tom Davies (knee) or Yerry Mina (hamstrings) but at least André Gomes (calf) is back to training. Everton were boosted by the early return of Abdoulaye Doucoure on weekends and will also welcome again Richarlison suspension for the visit to Liverpool, although Mason Holgate is always banned for one more match.

“The group of players is the same but Andre Gomes is training. Dominica [Calvert-Lewin], Yerry Mina and Davies are not available but at least we have players training. They will need time to be in good shape. – Rafael Benitez


The injury situation in Watford is getting worse by the day. As good as Ismaila Sarrknee ligament injury which means he will be out until at least his re-analysis in a month, goalkeeper Ben Foster will be absent until the New Year with a strain in his groin.

Third top scorer of the FPL Emmanuel Denis is in doubt for Chelsea’s visit after being pulled in Sunday’s game, with further uncertainties over Adam Masina (hit) and Juraj Kucka (knee).

Nicolas nkoulou (hamstrings) will be sidelined until 2022, alongside long-term absentees Pierre Etebo (thigh) and Kwadwo Baah (peg). François Sierralta (hamstrings) and Ken Sema (knee) are about to come back but Christian Kabasele is available again.


Thomas Frank will only face the media shortly before the Gameweek 14 deadline, but the Brentford boss said on Sunday he was confident of Rico Henry, Sergi Canos and Christian Norgaard all recovering from minor issues they encountered in the 1-0 win over Everton.


Ruben Neves is suspended after securing his fifth booking of the season. Willy Boly (muscle) et Daniel Podence (Covid) will not play against Burnley, with no deadline set for returns from Yerson Mosque (thigh), Pedro Neto (knee) and Jonny Castro (knee).


Managers from the above clubs will only speak to the media on Wednesday, so we won’t know anything new about injuries until the FPL deadline expires.

Cristian Romero (muscle) is definitely for Lilywhites, while Young Lo Celso (hit) and Danish Scarlett (ankle) had been major doubts for the postponed clash with Burnley.

Granit Xhaka (knee) and Mer de Kolasinac (ankle) are definitely on the lookout for their North London rivals, while Bukayo Saka (muscle) will need to be assessed.

“It was an action where he said he felt something muscular. He was not comfortable continuing and we will have to assess him ”- Mikel Arteta on Bukayo Saka

Paul pogba (thigh) and Raphaël Varane (hamstrings) are still sidelined for the Red Devils, with the availability of Luc Shaw (head) and Edinson Cavani (tendon) still uncertain.

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