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      Burnley: Ashley Barnes is "out of action" after tearing a muscle in his thigh. "So, that is going to take a bit of time to calm down, I think. It certainly won't be days; it will be weeks." Jay Rodriguez and Matej Vydra report muscle tightness, but Sean Dyche is hopeful that both players can make the game. James Tarkowski and Ashley Westwood are suspended after collecting their fifth caution of the campaign.             Manchester United: Luke Shaw (concussion) and Fred (ankle) are both doubts for the Chelsea game. Shaw suffered a second head injury on his return to the side last weekend, while Fred twisted his ankle against Villareal in the Champions League. "There are one or two others as well, but we'll be strong tomorrow," said Michael Carrick. Eric Bailly is expected to come in for the suspended Harry Maguire.             Leicester City: Centre-back Jonny Evans should be OK after a late selection change on Thursday night. "He's felt [his thigh] from time to time over this last few weeks, and he felt it in the warm-up," revealed Brendan Rodgers. "The last thing I want to do is lose another player to an injury." Youri Tielemans could be back within the next "couple of weeks", while a "lingering" hamstring issue will keep Ricardo Pereira out until mid-December. James Maddison was withdrawn as a precaution after taking a knock against Legia Warsaw.            Manchester City: Phil Foden and Jack Grealish continue work away from the main group. "They are training individually, they are training much better. Phil much better. In the morning, we will see how they feel. We will not take risks, but hopefully, they come back soon." Kevin De Bruyne is out of Sundays' game. "A little bit tired, no taste, symptoms you have [with COVID-19]. Six or seven days, a few more days we will do a PCR test if he is negative he will be back."            Chelsea: Ben Chilwell is out after imaging revealed he suffered a partial tear of his anterior cruciate ligament against Juventus. "The decision is to treat it conservatively. The next six weeks will tell the story, if he makes it or if he will need surgery." Mateo Kovacic is out of the game, while Kante is a major doubt. "N'Golo twisted his knee a little bit. He feels better, but it seems he will be out for some days. We still have a little hope, but it's almost a miracle if he makes it." Romelu Lukaku is likely to be named on the bench again. "The possibility he starts is not very high because we can't be sure what happens in the match. We have to find the balance [of] giving minutes and being absolutely competitive for 90 minutes." There was no update offered on Kai Havertz, although he worked with the group after missing out midweek.             Southampton: Jack Stephens has re-joined the group after a two-month layoff. "He is back in training which is the first week in a long time," Ralph Hasenhüttl told reporters. "This is good for him, good for us. In the moment, it's quite tough to get into the [matchday squad] as we have a lot of alternatives. It takes a little bit [of time]. I try to give them longer on the pitch; there's no rush and no hurry." Nathan Redmond is in contention following the birth of his son, while Moussa Djenepo has recovered from a minor knock. A calf complaint will keep Stuart Armstrong on the sidelines.             Watford: Ismaïla Sarr (knee) and Nicolas Nkoulou (hamstring) will miss Sunday’s trip to Leicester, although the extent of their injuries are still being evaluated. Christian Kabasele re-joined training this week, and he continues to build fitness following a lengthy spell out. Ken Sema has started running outside as he steps up his recovery from a knee (MCL) problem. Francisco Sierralta is working on the first stage of his rehabilitation following a minor hamstring injury. Kwadwo Baah (ankle fracture) is in the early stages of recovery, while Peter Etebo is progressing in the gym. Juraj Kucka is in contention, having missed the Manchester United victory due to a one-match suspension.            Everton: A second scan confirms the adductor injury suffered by Demarai Gray last time out is not as severe as first thought. "He was in a light training session (Thursday). So, we will see if he can be available." Yerry Mina is "doing well, but [he is] still not ready" while the game comes too soon for Dominic Calvert-Lewin. Abdoulaye Doucoure is back with the group. "He's one player who maybe could be available. It's a metatarsal issue, [so] if he's fine, then he's fine. We have to make sure everything is healed, and the player is confident. It's always a risk coming back from injury, but not a massive risk." There's no timeline for Tom Davies, and Richarlison will sit this one out after accumulating five yellow cards.             Brentford: Yoane Wissa has recovered sufficiently from an ankle injury to be considered for the matchday squad. Thomas Frank reveals the Bees forward, who has been sidelined since October, could make the bench. Mathias Jensen (COVID-19) and Mads Sorensen (knee) are available, but Mathias 'Zanka' Jorgensen is likely to miss out as he struggles to overcome a muscle problem.       

Latest Injuries

Player Reason
Ibrahima Diallo Ankle/Foot Injury
Mathias Normann Chest/Abdominal Injury
Daniel Podence Illness
Joachim Andersen Thigh Injury
Bukayo Saka Other
James Maddison Other
Matej Vydra Other
Jay Rodriguez Other
Frederico Rodrigues Santos Ankle/Foot Injury
Willy Boly Other
Last update: 28/11/21 00:11:16
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