Team News

  1. Arsenal

    Next Match: Leicester City (H)
    • Cech
    • Gabriel
    • Koscielny
    • Holding
    • Oxlade-Chamberlain
    • Xhaka
    • Ramsey
    • Monreal
    • Ozil
    • Sanchez
    • Giroud
    • Out:
      • Akpom
      • Campbell
      • Cazorla
      • Reine Adelaide
      • Szczesny
    • Doubts:
      • Koscielny 75%
      • Mustafi 75%
      • Ospina 75%
      • Pérez Martínez 75%
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    • Latest News: Shkodran Mustafi (thigh) looks set to miss the home meeting with Leicester City, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will be assessed after suffering a kick to the foot in the 2-1 win over Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-final. After winning their last two matches in a 3-4-2-1 formation, manager Arsene Wenger appears likely to keep faith in the same system. That would mean Gabriel, Laurent Koscielny and Rob Holding combining in central defence, with Nacho Montreal and Oxlade-Chamberlain, providing he is passed fit, operating in the wing-back positions. Hector Bellerin should earn a recall if Oxlade-Chamberlain is ruled out, while Kieran Gibbs offers an alternative at left wing-back. Grant Xhaka and Aaron Ramsey may keep their places in central midfield, with Francis Coquelin and Mohamed Elneny the fresh options. Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez appear certain starters in the attacking midfield positions. with Danny Welbeck the alternative to Olivier Giroud as the lone striker. Theo Walcott and Alex Iwobi appear unlikely to force their way back into the side unless Wenger switches back to a 4-2-3-1. David Ospina (back) and Lucas Perez (thigh) remain out, while Santi Cazorla (ankle) will miss the rest of the season.

    • Last Updated Tue 25th Apr
  2. Bournemouth

    Next Match: Sunderland (A)
    • Boruc
    • Smith
    • Francis
    • Cook
    • Daniels
    • Fraser
    • Arter
    • Cook
    • Pugh
    • King
    • Afobe
    • Out:
      • Federici
      • Hyndman
      • Surman
      • Wilshere
      • Wilson
    • Doubts:
      • Gosling 75%
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    • Last Updated Wed 26th Apr
  3. Burnley

    Next Match: Crystal Palace (A)
    • Heaton
    • Lowton
    • Keane
    • Mee
    • Ward
    • Boyd
    • Hendrick
    • Barton
    • Brady
    • Barnes
    • Gray
    • Out:
      • Lafferty
      • Marney
      • Ulvestad
    • Doubts:
      • Arfield 75%
      • Long 75%
      • Mee 75%
      • Vokes 75%
    • Banned:
      • Barton
    • Latest News:

    • Last Updated Tue 25th Apr
  4. Chelsea

    Next Match: Everton (A)
    • Courtois
    • Azpilicueta
    • Luiz
    • Cahill
    • Moses
    • Kanté
    • Fábregas
    • Alonso
    • Pedro
    • Costa
    • Hazard
    • Out:
      • Atsu
      • Baba
      • Cuadrado
      • Miazga
      • van Ginkel
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    • Last Updated Wed 26th Apr
  5. Crystal Palace

    Next Match: Tottenham Hotspur (H)
    • Hennessey
    • Ward
    • Kelly
    • Sakho
    • Van Aanholt
    • Cabaye
    • Milivojevic
    • Puncheon
    • Zaha
    • Benteke
    • Townsend
    • Out:
      • Anderson
      • Benteke
      • Boateng
      • Dann
      • Ladapo
      • Mutch
      • Sakho
      • Souaré
      • Tomkins
      • Wickham
      • Williams
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    • Latest News: Sam Allardyce has revealed James Tomkins could miss the rest of the season following the ankle injury he picked up in the 2-1 win over Liverpool. Big Sam will welcome back Mamadou Sakho against Spurs though, after the on-loan defender was ineligible to face his parent club last weekend. Sakho should partner Martin Kelly in central defence, with Damien Delaney the other alternative. Allardyce stated he was weighing up whether to introduce some fresh legs in the side, or to keep faith in the bulk of the players who have been performing so well of late. Patrick van Aanholt is one player who could push for a start at left-back in place of Jeffrey Schlupp. Joel Ward will be expected to keep his place at right-back for the Eagles. James McArthur provides the main alternative to Yohan Cabaye, Luka Milivojevic and Jason Puncheon in central midfield, while Bakery Sako is the back-up to wide men Andros Townsend and Wilfried Zaha. The in-form Christian Benteke is expected to spearhead the Eagles' attack once again, with Fraizer Campbell the other option up front. Scott Dann, Pape Souare and Connor Wickham remain sidelined.

    • Last Updated Tue 25th Apr
  6. Everton

    Next Match: Chelsea (H)
    • Robles
    • Holgate
    • Williams
    • Jagielka
    • Baines
    • Gueye
    • Schneiderlin
    • Barkley
    • Davies
    • Mirallas
    • Lukaku
    • Out:
      • Besic
      • Bolasie
      • Coleman
      • Deulofeu
      • Funes Mori
      • Lennon
      • McCarthy
      • McGeady
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    • Last Updated Tue 25th Apr
  7. Hull City

    Next Match: Southampton (A)
    • Jakupovic
    • Elmohamady
    • Maguire
    • Ranocchia
    • Robertson
    • NDiaye
    • Clucas
    • Lazar Markovic
    • Evandro
    • Grosicki
    • Niasse
    • Out:
      • Bruce
      • Elabdellaoui
      • Keane
      • Luer
      • Mason
      • McGregor
      • Meyler
      • Odubajo
      • Weir
    • Doubts:
      • Lenihan 75%
    • Banned:
    • Latest News:

    • Last Updated Wed 26th Apr
  8. Leicester City

    Next Match: Arsenal (A)
    • Schmeichel
    • Simpson
    • Benalouane
    • Huth
    • Fuchs
    • Mahrez
    • Drinkwater
    • Wilfred Ndidi
    • Albrighton
    • Okazaki
    • Vardy
    • Out:
      • James
      • Lawrence
      • Mendy
      • Wagué
    • Doubts:
      • Morgan 75%
      • Slimani 75%
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    • Latest News: Wes Morgan is set to miss the trip to Arsenal after being forced off during Tuesday's 1-1 draw against Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Champions League with a hamstring problem. Yohan Benalouane could deputise alongside Robert Huth in central defence, with Danny Simpson and Christian Fuchs starting in the full-back positions. Ben Chilwell provides the main alternative. If manager Craig Shakespeare starts with his first-choice midfield, Riyad Mahrez, Danny Drinkwater, Wilfred Ndidi and Marc Albrighton should all start, with Shinji Okazaki occupying the support striker role behind lone striker Jamie Vardy. Leicester do travel to West Bromwich Albion three days after the trip to the Emirates though, so the likes of Andy King and Demarai Gray could feature if the Foxes boss looks to rotate. Islam Slimani (groin) is out, while Molla Wague (shoulder) and Nampalys Mendy (ankle) remain sidelined.

    • Last Updated Tue 25th Apr
  9. Liverpool

    Next Match: Watford (A)
    • Mignolet
    • Clyne
    • Matip
    • Lovren
    • Milner
    • Can
    • Lucas
    • Wijnaldum
    • Firmino
    • Origi
    • Coutinho
    • Out:
      • Bogdan
      • Brannagan
      • Chirivella
      • Ejaria
      • Henderson
      • Ings
      • Lallana
      • Mane
      • Wisdom
    • Doubts:
      • Klavan 75%
      • Sturridge 75%
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    • Last Updated Tue 25th Apr
  10. Manchester City

    Next Match: Manchester United (H)
    • Bravo
    • Navas
    • Kompany
    • Kolarov
    • Clichy
    • Fernandinho
    • Touré
    • Sterling
    • De Bruyne
    • Sané
    • Aguero
    • Out:
      • Gündogan
      • Hart
      • Mangala
      • Nasri
      • Roberts
      • Sagna
    • Doubts:
      • de Jesus 75%
      • Luiz Rosa 75%
      • Silva 50%
      • Stones 75%
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    • Latest News: Pep Guardiola has described David Silva (knock) as a "real doubt" for the Manchester derby, but Sergio Aguero is "much better" according the the City boss, and will be ready. Guardiola also revealed Gabriel Jesus is "ready," although he is not in optimal condition. Fernandinho (muscle problem) should be fit, but John Stones (knock) remains a concern, after sitting out the FA Cup semi-final against Arsenal. Vincent Kompany and Nicolas Otamendi started in central defence against the Gunners, so Aleksandar Kolarov may push for a recall. Jesus Navas and Gael Clichy have been the regulars at right-back and left-back respectively of late, and could retain their starting roles. Pablo Zabaleta provides the main back-up. Fernandinho could partner Yaya Toure at the base of midfield in the 4-2-3-1 formation favoured by Guardiola of late. Fabian Delph and Fernando provide alternative options. Kevin De Bruyne, Silva and Leroy Sane have been the preferred starters in the advanced midfield roles, but Raheem Sterling may start in place of Silva. Kelechi Iheanacho and Gabriel Jesus provide back-up to Aguero in attack. Claudio Bravo has started the last two league matches in goal, and could again be favoured over Willy Caballero. Ilkay Gundogan remains sidelined.

    • Last Updated Wed 26th Apr
  11. Manchester United

    Next Match: Manchester City (A)
    • De Gea
    • Valencia
    • Bailly
    • Blind
    • Shaw
    • Herrera
    • Carrick
    • Fellaini
    • Mkhitaryan
    • Lingard
    • Rashford
    • Out:
      • Borthwick-Jackson
      • Ibrahimovic
      • Johnstone
      • Jones
      • Mata
      • Rojo
      • Smalling
      • Wilson
    • Doubts:
      • Pogba 75%
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    • Latest News: Paul Pogba has been ruled out of the Manchester derby after being forced off with a knock during the final stages of Sunday's 2-0 win at Burnley, but Ander Herrera is fit, while Antonio Valencia is ready to return after being rested against the Clarets. After only appearing during stoppage-time at Turf Moor, Michael Carrick looks set to replace Pogba in midfield, with Herrera and Marouane Fellaini likely to keep their starting spots. In attack, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Marcus Rashford only featured as second-half substitutes at the weekend, so they could be handed recalls, with Jesse Lingard perhaps joining them in attack. Anthony Martial and Wayne Rooney did impress against Burnley though, and provide alternative options, as does the versatile Ashley Young. Valencia is expected to return at right-back, with Luke Shaw perhaps coming back into the side at left-back. Matteo Darmian and Young do provide possible alternatives though. Jose Mourinho's options in central defence appear more limited, with Eric Bailly and Daley Blind set to retain their starting spots. Phil Jones, Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo, Juan Mata and Zlatan Ibrahimovic remain out.

    • Last Updated Wed 26th Apr
  12. Middlesbrough

    Next Match: Sunderland (H)
    • Guzan
    • Fabio
    • Chambers
    • Gibson
    • Friend
    • Traoré
    • Clayton
    • de Roon
    • Downing
    • Negredo
    • Gestede
    • Out:
      • Baptiste
      • de Sart
      • Valdés
    • Doubts:
      • Ayala 75%
      • Leadbitter 75%
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    • Last Updated Tue 25th Apr
  13. Southampton

    Next Match: Hull City (H)
    • Forster
    • Cédric
    • Yoshida
    • Stephens
    • Bertrand
    • Davis
    • Romeu
    • Ward-Prowse
    • Tadic
    • Boufal
    • Gabbiadini
    • Out:
      • Austin
      • Gallagher
      • Gazzaniga
      • McCarthy
      • Targett
      • van Dijk
    • Doubts:
      • Hesketh 75%
      • Isgrove 75%
      • McQueen 75%
      • Pied 75%
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    • Last Updated Tue 25th Apr
  14. Stoke City

    Next Match: West Ham United (H)
    • Grant
    • Muniesa
    • Shawcross
    • Martins Indi
    • Johnson
    • Adam
    • Cameron
    • Pieters
    • Shaqiri
    • Arnautovic
    • Berahino
    • Out:
      • Afellay
      • Haugaard
      • Ireland
      • Krkic
      • Mato Sanmartín
      • Wollscheid
    • Doubts:
      • Walters 75%
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    • Latest News:

    • Last Updated Tue 25th Apr
  15. Sunderland

    Next Match: Middlesbrough (A)
    • Pickford
    • Jones
    • Denayer
    • O'Shea
    • Manquillo
    • Gibson
    • Cattermole
    • Ndong
    • Khazri
    • Defoe
    • Anichebe
    • Out:
      • Buckley
      • Kirchhoff
      • McNair
      • Oviedo
      • Watmore
    • Doubts:
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      • Larsson
    • Latest News: David Moyes will again be without the suspended Sebastian Larsson for the trip to Middlesbrough, while the Sunderland boss revealed one or two niggles will need to be assessed on Wednesday prior to kick-off. Moyes did say that Billy Jones is "okay" though, after the right-back was forced off late on in the 2-2 draw against West Ham United due to concussion. So if he sticks with the 4-3-3 system used against the Hammers, Lee Cattermole, Darron Gibson and Didier Ndong could all keep their places in midfield. Jack Rodwell and Steven Pienaar provide the main alternative options. Wahbi Khazri, Jermain Defoe and Victor Anichebe may continue in attack, with Adnan Januzaj and Fabio Borini the other options, with one of them perhaps in line to start if Moyes opts for a more attacking 4-2-3-1. Lamine Kone was dropped to the bench last weekend, so he may again miss out to John O’Shea and Jason Denayer in central defence. Billy Jones and Javier Manquillo look set to start in the full-back positions. Paddy McNair, Jan Kirchhoff and Duncan Watmore (all knee), along with Bryan Oviedo (hamstring) are all sidelined.

    • Last Updated Tue 25th Apr
  16. Swansea City

    Next Match: Manchester United (A)
    • Fabianski
    • Naughton
    • Fernández
    • Mawson
    • Olsson
    • Fer
    • Ki Sung-Yueng
    • Carroll
    • Jordan Ayew
    • Llorente
    • Sigurdsson
    • Out:
      • Barrow
      • Cork
      • Dyer
      • Emnes
      • Gomis
      • Rangel
      • Routledge
      • Tabanou
    • Doubts:
      • Fer 75%
      • Olsson 75%
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    • Latest News:

    • Last Updated Tue 25th Apr
  17. Tottenham Hotspur

    Next Match: Crystal Palace (A)
    • Lloris
    • Walker
    • Alderweireld
    • Vertonghen
    • Davies
    • Dier
    • Dembélé
    • Eriksen
    • Alli
    • Son
    • Kane
    • Out:
      • Bentaleb
      • Carter-Vickers
      • Lamela
      • McGee
      • N'Jie
      • Vorm
      • Winks
    • Doubts:
      • Dembélé 75%
      • Rose 25%
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    • Latest News: Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino could decide to leave out Victor Wanyama for the trip to Crystal Palace, after the Kenyan returned for the FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea. Wanyama has barely featured in recent weeks due to a back problem, so Pochettino may decide to preserve the midfielder for Sunday's north London derby. He could start with Eric Dier and Mousa Dembele at the base of midfield in a 4-2-3-1 formation then, allowing the Spurs boss to find a starting spot for the in-form Son Heung-min alongside Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen in the attacking midfield positions. Harry Kane will again spearhead the Spurs attack, with Vincent Janssen likely to provide back-up. Kyle Walker only came on as a substitute against Chelsea, so he is expected to return at either right-back or right wing-back, depending on which system Pochettino decides upon, with Ben Davies also likely to earn a recall on the opposite flank. Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen should both start in either formation, with Dier the option to join the Belgian duo in a three-man backline. In that scenario, Wanyama would probably start in central midfield, with Son dropping to the bench. Michel Vorm and Danny Rose (knee) both remain sidelined, although Rose does appear to have a chance of being fit for Sunday's north London derby. Form, meanwhile, hopes to return to training next week. Harry Winks and Erik Lamela are long-term absentees.

    • Last Updated Tue 25th Apr
  18. Watford

    Next Match: Liverpool (H)
    • Gomes
    • Janmaat
    • Mariappa
    • Prödl
    • Holebas
    • Cleverley
    • Doucouré
    • Capoue
    • Amrabat
    • Deeney
    • Niang
    • Out:
      • Berghuis
      • Kaboul
      • Oularé
      • Pereyra
      • Sinclair
      • Suárez
      • Watson
      • Zárate
    • Doubts:
      • Cathcart 75%
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    • Latest News:

    • Last Updated Tue 25th Apr
  19. West Bromwich Albion

    Next Match: Leicester City (H)
    • Foster
    • Dawson
    • McAuley
    • Evans
    • Brunt
    • Livermore
    • Chadli
    • Morrison
    • Fletcher
    • McClean
    • Rondón
    • Out:
      • Gardner
      • McManaman
      • Olsson
      • Pocognoli
    • Doubts:
      • Phillips 75%
      • Robson-Kanu 75%
    • Banned:
    • Latest News:

    • Last Updated Wed 26th Apr
  20. West Ham United

    Next Match: Stoke City (A)
    • Adrián
    • Byram
    • Reid
    • Fonte
    • Cresswell
    • Noble
    • Kouyaté
    • Feghouli
    • Snodgrass
    • Lanzini
    • Ayew
    • Out:
      • Antonio
      • Cullen
      • Henry
      • Obiang
      • Ogbonna
      • Oxford
      • Samuelsen
      • Töre
      • Zaza
    • Doubts:
      • Carroll 25%
      • Feghouli 75%
      • Snodgrass 75%
    • Banned:
    • Latest News:

    • Last Updated Tue 25th Apr