International breaks always cause an undercurrent of worry in the FPL community.
Will my player be back in time to play?
Will he still be fit?
Will his Premier League manager rest him?
In the build up to Gameweek 8 we have had all of the highs and lows, who’s in, who’s out and who’s availability still remains a mystery at the FPL deadline.
Trent Alexander-Arnold let us know we should all be changing our FPL teams with the news he is fit for Liverpool’s trip to Watford:
Chelsea and Lukaku were both thrilled to see him back after the muscle fatigue he suffered on International Break:
Klopp confirmed that Diago Jota will be in contention to start for Liverpool this weekend:
Steve Bruce confirmed that he has Callum Wilson available again ahead of their Gameweek 8 match against Spurs:
Pep Guardiola explained the extent of Ferran Torres’ injury in his press conference:
Tuchel confirmed we won’t see Thiago Silva or Christian Pulisic this weekend:
Pep ruled out his two South American players:
Still no Calvert-Lewin or Richarlison for Everton this weekend:
Massive credit to Karam Tayser who tracked Raphinha’s plane all the way back to London, although we still have no news on whether he will be available to play for Leeds in Gameweek 8.
Spurs apparently have two players unavailable as a result of positive Covid 19 test, however we don’t yet know who those players are: