Gameweek 11: The injuries and bans
Being able to navigate around unavailable players is key to FPL success. Together with some useful Fantasy Football Scout information, here is the current list of injuries and bans heading into Gameweek 11.
THE NOTABLE INJURIES AND BANS OF GAMEWEEK 11
Emile Smith-Rowe (groin) – Will miss the rest of 2022 after successful surgery to repair a damaged tendon.
Mohamed Elneny (hamstring)
Oleksandr Zinchenko (calf) – Absent for the win over Liverpool in Gameweek 10.
Lucas Digne (ankle) – Suffered a possible stress fracture while on international duty with France.
Diego Carlos (Achilles) – Out for a long time because he ruptured his tendon in Gameweek 2.
Boubacar Kamara (knee) – Reports in France suggest he’ll be out until the World Cup break.
Leon Bailey (muscle) – Will miss tonight’s game at Nottingham Forest.
Ben Pearson (knee)
Junior Stanislas (groin)
Lloyd Kelly (knock)
Pontus Jansson (hamstring) – Missed the trip to Newcastle.
Christian Norgaard (Achilles)
Keane Lewis-Potter (knock)
Jakub Moder (knee) – Long spell on the sidelines after a serious injury from April.
Wesley Fofana (knee)
N’Golo Kante (hamstring) – Out since Gameweek 3.
James McArthur (groin)
Nathaniel Clyne (ankle)
Anthony Gordon (suspended) – Fifth yellow card of the season and will miss Gameweek 11.
Nathan Patterson (knee) – Stretchered off on Scotland duty, which head coach said “doesn’t look good.”
Andros Townsend (knee) – Nearing a return from his March ACL issue.
Mason Holgate (knee)
Ben Godfrey (leg) – Fractured his fibula in Gameweek 1 so is out for three months.
Yerry Mina (ankle)
Nathaniel Chalobah (suspended) – Red card in Gameweek 9, three-match suspension.
Layvin Kurzawa (calf)
Aleksandar Mitrovic (foot) – Same knock from the international break, which led to him missing Gameweek 10.
Kenny Tete (knock)
Stuart Dallas (leg) – Because of this fracture, Dallas will be kept out for several more months.
Junior Firpo (knock)
Additionally, check out Fantasy Football Scout for more in-depth details on key FPL injuries and bans.
Meanwhile, Scout will soon cover the pre-match press conferences, where managers should give more accurate updates. There’s also a live injuries and bans stream on their YouTube channel.
Ricardo Pereira (Achilles) – Pre-season problem ruled him out until early 2023.
Wilfred Ndidi (hamstring) – Early return from international duty.
Timothy Castagne (eye) – Taken off in the defeat to Bournemouth with an eye injury.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (ankle) – Jurgen Klopp said his Gameweek 10 withdrawal was “the ankle, not good.”
Luis Diaz (knee) – Jurgen Klopp said his Gameweek 10 withdrawal was “something with the knee, not good.”
Andrew Robertson (knee)
Kyle Walker (abdominal) – In a race to make the November World Cup
Kalvin Phillips (shoulder)
John Stones (hamstring) – Was hurt versus Germany.
Anthony Martial (back) – Forced off in the first half against Everton, Gameweek 10.
Scott McTominey (suspended) – Fifth booking of the season, will miss one match.
Donny van de Beek (knock)
Harry Maguire (hamstring) – Finished the draw with Germany despite “feeling something.”
Alexander Isak (leg) – Injured on international duty.
Jonjo Shelvey (hamstring)
Emil Krafth (knee) – Out for the long-term. In fact, he may not return this season.
Moussa Niakhate (muscle)
Romeo Lavia (muscle) – Hurt during Gameweek 5 and is out for a minimum of six weeks.
Tino Livramento (knee) – As a result, he is likely to miss the rest of 2022.
Emerson Royal (suspended) – Red card in Gameweek 9, three-match suspension.
Harry Kane (knock) – Late removal in Gameweek 10 but he said after the game that he “thinks” it’s just a knock.
Dejan Kulusevski (hamstring)
Lucas Moura (tendon)
Nayef Aguerd (ankle)
Maxwel Cornet (calf)
Pedro Neto (ankle) – Ruled out until after the World Cup, following ankle ligament surgery.
Nathan Collins (suspended) – Red card in Gameweek 8, three-match suspension.
Sasa Kalajdzic (knee) – He sadly suffered a serious injury on his Gameweek 6 debut and will be out for a while.
Raul Jimenez (groin) – Pulled out of Gameweek 6 squad because of “little pains”.
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