English Premier League team news, last player injury ahead of 2022-23 season

2022-23 Premier League The season kicks off tonight, but what is the state of both teams in the face of injuries after a grueling preparatory period?

over here, the athlete Log in to each side’s treatment room to keep track of marginalized players and those struggling to be fit for the new campaign.


Arsenal

Emile Smith Rowe (thigh), Kieran Tierney (knee), Takehiro Tomiyasu (Thigh) The new signature Fabio Vieira (Ankle) They all had injuries before the new campaign.

Mikel Arteta has remained shy on individual prospects but He admitted that he hopes three of these players will be available for selection at Selhurst Park Friday. “Three out of four of those are probably going to train this afternoon (Thursday),” Arteta said. “If all goes well, they will be available for selection in the team.”

Aston Villa

Amy Buendia He will be checked after a thigh problem but Steven Gerrard expects otherwise to be able to choose from a “full squad”. Courtney’s house Still sidelined after minor knee surgery as striker returns Keenan Davis It was set to less than 21 minutes before it was available for selection.

Bournemouth

summer signatures Ryan Fredericks And the Joe Rothwell He will miss the opening match against Aston Villa. Fredericks is back in action on the grass but is still awake after a calf problem, while Rothwell is likely to be out for longer.

“Joe is probably a little bit taller than Ryan in terms of where he is,” Scott Parker said. “Ryan is moving slowly, going in the right direction and hopefully we can have him in and around the team over the coming weeks.”

David Brooks He is back in training as he continues his return to football after stating in May that he is free of cancer, but Wales The midfielder is working on a modified program.

Brentford

It would be Brentford without him Ethan Pinnock to open against Lister. The defender missed the last five games of last season with a hamstring injury and a knee problem this time which could rule him out in the early weeks.

Christopher Agger He is still recovering from hamstring surgery but Thomas Frank revealed he could be back “from mid to late August”. Serge Canos He was given the same diagnosis of a hamstring problem on his own but everyone is doing well.

Brighton

Midfielder Kasper Kozlovsky Missed pre-season camp in Portugal Due to a thigh injury but returned to training as an opener against Manchester United come to view.

Jacob mother He continues to recover from a long-term injury after that Cruciate ligament rupture in April.

Chelsea

new signature Mark Cucurella Available for Chelsea’s opening match at Everton After concluding a deal on Friday.

Kepa Arizabalaga He missed the last two games of Chelsea’s US tour, with Thomas Tuchel admitting the goalkeeper was having “some pain” impeding his movement, while the Chelsea boss also cautioned to be careful with Timo Werner And the Ross Barclay. “Ross feels his hamstrings some days, like Timo,” Tuchel said during the team’s absence. “Although it’s more annoying, we didn’t think there was a need to take the risk (pre-season).”

Armando Bruga He sustained an injury on the training ground in mid-July, with Tuchel admitting he “funnyly fell on his ankle”, but is back in training at Cobham.

Crystal Palace

It would be Patrick Vieira without him Jack Butland In Friday’s opening match against Arsenal after the goalkeeper fractured his hand in pre-season.

James McArthur You will also miss, while James Tomkins He has a calf problem and Michael Oles Recovering from a foot injury. “Michael is two weeks away,” Vieira said in his first pre-match press conference.

Everton

Dominic Calvert-Lewin He will miss Saturday’s opening game against Chelsea after sustaining a knee injury in training – and Frank Lampard has revealed that the striker faces up to six weeks on the sidelines.

Tom Davies And the Andre Gomes He’ll lose too, but he’s expected to be back in about a week Seamus Coleman He is set to boost his fitness in an under-21 match on Friday. right Now He is also under minutes of the match but has recovered from his injury, while see Mina And the Asmir Begovic fit.

Andros Townsend He continues to recover from an ACL injury he sustained in March but is back in the gym at Finch Farm.

Fulham

Fulham prepares to return to the English Premier League at home Liverpool On Saturday but Marco Silva was hit with the news that Harry Wilson he is He is set to be sidelined for ‘more than eight weeks’ After sustaining an injury in a behind-closed-doors match against Aston Villa.

Nathaniel Chalobah He also took a hit and would lose, but Marco Silva has a whole squad to choose from.

Leeds United

Jesse Marsh has many players tackling their problems as he prepares for his opening match Wolves.

captain Liam Cooper you will miss With an injury he sustained on the treadmill but is scheduled to return to training next week, during the summer signing Louis Sinistra (hamstring) is also combined with Adam ForshawAnd the Luke Ayling And the Junior Firbo.

Sinisterra and Forcho may be back in training next week, and it is likely that Firpo and Ayling will be available before the end of the month.

Stuart Dallas is absent in the long term, while Matthew Bogoch He is also working his way back to full fitness after being injured while on loan.

Lister

Ricardo Pereira he is Face six months on the sidelines After sustaining a ruptured hock, Seville In pre-season. Harvey Barnes He was also injured in that match, with Brendan Rodgers admitting he will likely be out for “a few weeks” with a knee injury.

Ryan Bertrand He is still recovering from knee surgery and is not expected to return until September but Danny Ward He returned to training after a knee problem.

Liverpool

Konate will be examined after his exit from Liverpool's friendly defeat (Picture: Getty Images)

Jurgen Klopp has received mixed news regarding a string of players ahead of Liverpool’s opening Premier League game at Fulham.

Alison Missed winning the Community Shield Manchester He has a stomach problem but is back to full fitness. Klopp’s team will be absent Curtis JonesAnd the Costas Tsimikas And the Ibrahima Konate in Craven Cottage.

Jones He was waiting for a professional opinion On the severity of a calf injury that could leave him on the sidelines for two to four weeks, Klopp admitted Konate was “out for a while” with a knee injury against Strasbourg. Tsimikas is scheduled to return to training next week Naby Keita It will be evaluated after illness.

Diogo Jota And the Kevin Keeler still marginalized and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain He faces a lengthy layoff for what Klopp described as a “serious hamstring injury”.

Manchester

Aymeric Laporte Missed City’s pre-season tour in the US after surgery for a knee injury and He was disqualified for the first month of the season. “It takes time,” said Pep Guardiola. “I think he’ll be out in August and then maybe start staying with us in September.”

Manchester United

Anthony Martial He is set to miss United’s opening game of the season against Brighton and Hove Albion Due to a minor hamstring injuryAnd the the athlete Understood.

Cristiano Ronaldo And criticize after His early exit ahead of United’s pre-season match against Rayo Vallecano but Erik ten Hag has not ruled out the Portuguese international’s squad.

Look Show And the Jadon Sancho Manchester United missed the pre-season friendly against Atlético Madrid due to illness but is set to return, while new signings Christian Eriksen And the Lisandro Martinez She is “appropriate to start,” according to the new manager.

Newcastle United

Jonjo Shelvey He will miss Saturday’s opening match against Nottingham Forest Eddie Howe is also awaiting speculation about a hamstring injury that Benfica has suffered. Shelvey is set for more tests in London and Howe admitted: “We don’t have a clear and definite time frame for his injury.”

Jamal Lewis And the Federico Fernandez They build fitness after calf problems, while Javier Manquillo He received specialist treatment for a groin problem in Spain this summer but is back in training.

Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest prepares for the first season of EnglandThe best flight of nearly a quarter of a century but a new signature Omar Richards can be out until october after He suffers from a hairline fracture in his leg.

Southampton

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Nathan Tela He will miss the Southampton match against him Tottenham He is also recovering from a knee injury sustained in pre-season. Ralph Hessenhuttl has revealed the midfielder is back in training but the opening match is coming too soon.

Tino survival He continues to recover from knee surgery, while Theo Walcott He missed the club’s pre-season tour of Austria to work on his fitness at Staplewood and will not be involved in the weekend.

Tottenham

Oliver Skip He was left out of Tottenham’s opening match against Southampton due to a foot injury, during the summer signing Yves Bisoma Facing an examination for a muscle problem, Antonio Conte admitted he “didn’t want to take risks with anyone”.

Conte must decide whether Ivan Perisic And the Matt Doherty He’d be fit enough to be shown, but Summer Signature Richardson It will be marginalized by comment Instead of getting injured after receiving a one-match ban due to a smoke bomb incident.

West Ham

New signings at West Ham marquee Gianluca Scamaca And the Nayef Aguerd They will have to wait for their debut when the Manchester City champions come to the London Stadium. President David Moyes said striker Skamaka is not fit enough yet while defender Ajoerd suffered an injury in pre-season.

half center Angelo Ogbona Still not ready to come back from his crusade injury.

Wolverhampton Wanderers

striker Raul Jimenez He will miss the start of the new term after being ruled out for “a number of weeks” due to a knee ligament injury and an adductor muscle strain.

Adam Traore He’s progressing well from a hamstring problem but not ready yet, while Jose Sa He recovered from a knee injury. the ward Chiquiniu He continues to rehabilitate after surgery for an ACL injury and is expected to be abroad for at least six months.

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