Premier League Injury Table as Liverpool Tops Standings with 10 Injured Players

Premier League Injury Table as Liverpool Tops Standings with 10 Injured Players

Rene Otinga
updated at February 23, 2024 at 5:56 PM
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  • Nearly all the squads in the Premier Leauge are battling injuries
  • Liverpool has been one of the most affected clubs this season
  • The Reds currently have the highest number of injuries with 10

The Premier League injury list table makes for interesting viewing as there are some clubs have been forced to adapt to absentees consistently in the 2023/24 season.

Liverpool tops this list, as the Reds currently have at least 10 senior players out through injury.

Jurgen Klopp has at least 10 senior players out through injury
Liverpool have been the most affected club with injuries this season. Photo: James Gill/Clive Brunskill.
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This will come as a blow to Jurgen Klopp’s side, who face Chelsea in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday, February 25.

The latest team to suffer a setback in the injury department is Manchester United, who will be without their in-form striker Rasmus Hojlund for at least three weeks.

The Dane is likely to miss the Manchester derby on March 3, as well as games against Everton and Fulham through a muscle injury, per Sky Sports.

And yet, despite the Red Devils’ having eight players out of action, it does not compare to Liverpool’s woes as Jurgen Klopp’s team is battling in all competitions without 10 key players.

Sports Brief broke down which clubs have the highest injury concerns, as seen in data compiled by Transfermarkt.

Liverpool 10

Luton Town 8

Manchester United 8

Newcastle United 8

Sheffield United 8

Chelsea 7

Crystal Palace 7

Aston Villa 6

Brentford 6

Brighton 5

Bournemouth 5

Everton 5

Burnley 5

Tottenham 5

Arsenal 5

Fulham 4

Manchester City 2

Nottingham Forest 2

West Ham 1

Wolves 1

Analysing title contenders' injuries

From an injury standpoint, Manchester City have a slight edge over their rivals since only two senior players are out with long-term injuries.

Josko Gvardiol has an ankle issue and is expected back in March 2024, while Jack Grealish is also expected to overcome his groin issue next month.

Arsenal, who are five points behind leaders Liverpool with a game in hand, have five notable injuries: Jurrien Timber (Knee), Takehiro Tomiyasu, Oleksandr Zinchenko (Calf), Thomas Partey (Thigh) and Gabriel Jesus (Knee).

Most of these players are expected back within the next few weeks.

Liverpool’s injury list is much longer, as the Reds will face Chelsea on Sunday without Joel Matip (Knee), Diogo Jota (Knee), Trent Alexander-Arnold (Knee), Allison (Thigh), Curtis Jones (Ankle), Darwin Nunez (Other), Mohamed Salah (Thigh), Dominik Szoboszlai (Thigh), Thiago Alcantara and Stefan Bajcetic.

Liverpool’s quadruple bid

Sports Brief also analysed Liverpool’s quadruple bid and whether they are able to win it all in Jurgen Klopp’s final season in charge.

On Friday, February 22, they learnt their fate in the Europa League where they will face Sparta Praha in the round of 16.

In the FA Cup, they are in the fifth round, where they will come up against Southampton on February 28.

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