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All FPL injury & team news ahead of Premier League Gameweek 33; Foden, Rashford update

Published at :April 12, 2024 at 8:50 PM
Modified at :April 12, 2024 at 8:50 PM
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Hardik Malhotra


Here are all the latest FPL injury and team news ahead of Premier League 2023-24 Gameweek 33. Read what Pep and Erik ten Hag said about Phil Foden and Marcus Rashford.

Man City team news from Pep Guardiola:

“We are training this afternoon and we will know better how they feel.“[Phil Foden] I would like to tell you but I didn’t see the team, I didn’t speak with the doctors. We’ll train this afternoon. After the press conference, we’ll have a meeting and we’ll see how they feel.“[Kyle Walker] the same. I don’t know right now. Honestly.”

“He (Ederson) was ready to play against Madrid. He is ready for tomorrow and we will make the decision.”

Pep Guardiola on Man City rotation:

“Take a look at our games and you realise. It is simple. [Rodri] is so important for the quality he gives us. But if you have a player that doesn’t want to play then he’s not going to play. If he’s exhausted, it can happen, and another is going to play.“I’d love to rest central defenders but we don’t have them. [John Stones and Kyle Walker] got injured so they get cannot rest. We are in big, big trouble.“I had the feeling we were tired in the last games. We will decide tomorrow what we have to do.”

Arsenal team news from Mikel Arteta:

“We have got one more day to prepare the match and we will see if everyone is available. We have some [doubts] but with another day hopefully everybody is going to be OK.”

Arteta on long-term absentee Jurrien Timber:

“He has still got a few steps to make. He needs to play a game at least with the U23s. He is going to have an in-house game soon as well. He has done everything in training, now it’s getting that match fitness and having people around and starting to compete in matches, which is different to training. “For everything we see in training and the time that he was fit, I think he is going to have a big, big impact in the team.”

Erik ten Hag on Man Utd injuries:

“Scott [McTominay], I don’t think so. We have training, so we have a day, he will push. He’s so keen to be a part of it, but there’s questions.“[Marcus Rashford] trained yesterday, and we’ll see how he recovers from it today. There’s another training today and then we will make the decision.”

Chelsea injury news:

Robert Sanchez and Raheem Sterling are both suffering from illness, while Enzo Fernandez and Axel Disasi are undergoing medical assessment. Ben Chilwell is back in partial training, but Levi Colwill, Wesley Fofana, Reece James, Romeo Lavia, Christopher Nkunku and Lesley Ugochukwu remain on the sidelines.

Mauricio Pochettino on Fernandez and Disasi:

“We’ll see. They are under assessment. They have different types of issues. We don’t believe they are big issues but we will see if they can be available. They have not trained after Sheffield and that is why we don’t know.”

Pochettino on Ben Chilwell:

“Chilly is training, partial training and see if he can be involved in the squad on Monday. It’s good news. But he hasn’t played too much this season.”

Spurs team news from Ange Postecoglou:

“Not for this week [for Richarlison]. He’s close and, obviously with the weekend off next weekend, it’ll give him time to recover – and he’s on track to do that.“Everyone else from last weekend has got through unscathed and are ready to go.”

Jurgen Klopp on Trent Alexander-Arnold and Diogo Jota:

“There was no chance to play Trent [against Atalanta on Thursday]. He was on the bench because we were allowed to put 23 players into the squad. He had two sessions. Diogo didn’t have more really but the information from the medical department is [he was a] step ahead, so he can play a little bit longer.“I think Diogo was absolutely fine [last night for] 20 minutes, it helped him a lot and now we will see what we can do from there.”

Oliver Glasner on Michael Olise’s return:

“He’s closer [to starting] than the week before. He had the whole week training with us. It’s been a really good week and Michael was part of it, so he’s close to starting.“Michael can’t win the game alone, but he has a big role, and all the others have a big role. We’ll need a great goalkeeper because Liverpool are a very attacking team, so everybody has a key role and we will show it again that we are competitive as a team.”

More from Crystal Palace manager Glasner:

“I can’t say when [Marc Guehi will return], but he’s working hard, we’re working hard, and of course we give our best. It’s a week where we have three games, so maybe it’s the week after, but we hope, at latest, against Manchester United [on 6 May].“We have no new injuries, but Jairo [Riedewald] is coming back. He trained the whole week with us and he could be in the squad on Sunday. You always have to be careful because if a player is out for five, six or seven weeks, and it’s not like he can have one week’s training and play 90 minutes. He will have to find his rhythm, like all the other injured players.“It’s good that at the end of the season we’re getting options back. We also hope that next week, or in the next two weeks, one, two, three players are coming back.”

Aston Villa team news from Unai Emery:

“We will train tomorrow, today we recover with some players, we did compensation work. [Clement] Lenglet and [Matty] Cash are training today with the group.“We’ll work tomorrow again and see how they will feel to get a decision about the team and the players to be available for Sunday.”

Brighton injury news from Roberto De Zerbi:

 “The situation is tough. We still have nine injured players. It’s more or less the same squad we played against Arsenal [with], but with no Tariq Lamptey.“Julio Enciso can’t play tomorrow. I don’t know if it’s a tough injury, but he’s not available.“Billy [Gilmour] is better. I don’t know how much time before he can start with us on the pitch but he’s better. James Milner is the same. I think [Adam] Webster, Milner and Billy can be available in the next few weeks.”

Fulham head coach Marco Silva on having a fully-fit squad:

“It’s more competitive when you have all these senior players fighting for each position. It’s a big headache but it’s the best headache you can have as a coach.“[Armando Broja] did some exams [after picking up a knock in training on Thursday] and everything is going to be ok.”

Brentford head coach Thomas Frank:

“Everyone from last week, when we faced Aston Villa, is available. Ivan [Toney] is fine.“The good news is that [Kevin] Schade is available and will make the squad – that’s very good news. And Ethan Pinnock is available as well.[Could Ivan Toney start?] “Definitely, yes.”

West Ham team news from David Moyes:

“We’re only just back today and the players have had a recovery session. I don’t think we’ll have Jarrod at the weekend and I’m not sure about Alphonse [Areola] and Kalvin Phillips.

“Dinos [Mavropanos] felt something [at Leverkusen on Thursday] but I’m not sure if it’s bad or not yet.”

Wolves team news from Gary O’Neil:

“Rayan [Ait-Nouri] will travel with the group, he’s had a minor issue, but I envisage him being part of the matchday squad.”

Luton team news from Rob Edwards:

“We’ve got seven centre halves at this club and not one has trained this week. Maybe we get one [of Teden Mengi and Reece Burke], maybe we get both, but maybe we don’t get either. Teden twice pushed through to help us win the game last week against Bournemouth and was in a lot of pain.“[Issa Kabore] will be a big miss. He’s had a great attitude and filled in a number of positions.”

Nottingham Forest team news from Nuno Espirito Santo:

“We still have to wait and see for Saturday. I’m sorry I cannot go much further on that. [Willy Boly] is still on treatment, unfortunately. We do not know exactly when he is going to return.“[Taiwo Awoniyi] is starting his individual programme. I don’t have an exact timeline for when he is going to return but it is closer. Hopefully he can still help us this season.”

Bournemouth team news from Andoni Iraola:

“The problem with Ant [Semenyo] in the past week is that he has a cold and not 100 per cent. He played 45 minutes against Palace and was probably not at his 100 per cent. He wanted to push and he is in good form, so we wanted him to push.“Probably there was more risk involved, when you are not feeling well and you go to a football pitch and probably the injury risk is higher. But for me, for the technical staff, for the doctors, for him, it’s difficult to make this decision.

“Also this week we had some players that are 50/50. It is difficult to decide, because sometimes it works, sometimes they can get injured.”

Everton team news from Sean Dyche:

“[Amadou Onana]’s back training, he’s been training [yesterday].“[On Idrissa Gana Gueye] His child and family are well. So he has been training this week and should be available again.”

“Jimmy Garner got a knock [on Thursday], but we are happy that’s just a knock. Dom didn’t train [yesterday] but we are pretty positive with settling him down in the next couple of days. [He has] a minor niggly hamstring which we are just being ultra careful with. He thinks he is on top of it, and the medical team are as well.

“So we are just having to watch the players and make sure they are right. Mostly, we have just got knocks at the minute, nothing that we think will affect Monday against Chelsea.”

“Hopefully, providing [Danjuma] came through [yesterday], he has a bounce game today [for the Under-21s’. We are going to use that to get him some minutes, he should at least be in the thoughts for Monday’s squad.

“It’s been hard for [Gomes] with all the ups and downs of injury. I told him in the summer he could be an important player for us. He’s been so unlucky, he delivered a very good physical performance [vs Burnley] considering he hadn’t played so long. We know he has quality and he’s put himself right back in the frame for what we need going forward.”

Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder on Jack Robinson:

“We’ll give him every chance to be involved, but he rolled his ankle. So it’s getting that swelling down and getting him hopefully out there on the grass. It’s going to be a late decision but hopefully we’ll get him back.“Everyone knows what we think about him. He’s a great character and a warrior so he’ll want to play and we want him to play. But we have to make sure we don’t risk him for the rest of the season. So we’ll see.”

“I’m not going to put a gun to their head to get back. One of the things we’ve looked at is the risk and reward policy. We have to make sensible decisions, short term, regarding Jack. I don’t want to risk a longer-term issue and it’ll be the same for the players on that list [like Rhys Norrington-Davies and Rhian Brewster].

“The attitude of the players has been outstanding. The ones not playing and the ones who are, they all want to help the cause. They see a buzz about the group. We’ve had some disappointing days, the attitude has been spot on overall and those boys are working extremely hard, morning, noon and night, away from the lights, to get themselves back and add to the group.”

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