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      Southampton: Hasenhuttl expects Redmond to miss this weekends' game vs Man United. “It will be 7-10 days so for Sunday; I don't think so. It was a small injury but definitely a hamstring injury. It has not been his best season so far. He has had problems with his body, and this is definitely a player that we will miss."            Newcastle United: Bruce on Lascelles: "He hurt his knee but he wanted to have a go on it but the reason he came off wasn't because of his knee. When he ran on he's felt his thigh so it was a strange situation. We won't know how bad it is until we see him on Monday."            Arsenal: Mohamed Elneny and Sead Kolasinac (COVID-19) have both tested positive while on international duty with Egypt and Bosnia respectively. They are following protocol ahead of a return to training and will be unavailable this weekend. Thomas Partey (thigh strain) will also miss the trip to Elland Road. "He picked up an injury very early in the game [against Aston Villa], he tried to carry on and he wanted to play the second half and we knew it was a significant injury. Hopefully we can get him back soon but it is an area where we have to be careful and a bit protective with the player." Mikel Arteta plays down a training ground incident between Dani Ceballos and David Luiz... "Nothing. Training is very competitive and issues happen a lot of the time, but those things get resolved immediately within the team. There's not much to say." The Arsenal boss remained coy on Willian after the Brazilian was spotted in Dubai. "Whatever happens internally with any issues or things that we don't expect, as always we will try to resolve them internally. That's been dealt with and explained, and we move on." Pablo Mari is looking "really good" in training. "Obviously, he had a difficult surgery. He had a screw and sometimes it can react in an unexpected way and it was causing some inflammation and irritation in the joint. We had to take that out which was a little bit of a setback."            Leeds United: Kalvin Phillips is in contention for Leeds along with Rodrigo following his recovery from coronavirus. Diego Llorente is taking longer than initially anticipated after suffering a setback, and the Spaniard is working his back to full fitness. Sunday comes too soon for Jamie Shackleton, and Pablo Hernandez picked up a muscle injury during the break which keeps him out. "Nothing serious, but he won’t be able to play this weekend."            Wolverhampton Wanderers: Wolves don't face Southampton until Monday night which will allow Nuno to assess his players over the weekend. Saturday is the first time his squad will work together, and selection decisions will be made after the final session. There are "issues" which need to be checked. Conor Coady is expected to be available following a period of self-isolation while Ait Nouri should recover from the muscular issue that forced him out of the France under-21s.       

Latest Injuries

Player Reason
Keinan Davis Other
Romain Saiss Other
Nathan Redmond Thigh Injury
Robbie Brady Thigh Injury
Wilfried Zaha Other
Jesse Lingard Other
Naby Keita Thigh Injury
Willian Borges Da Silva Other
Toby Alderweireld Groin/Hip/Pelvic Injury
Xherdan Shaqiri Other
Last update: 24/11/20 21:11:39
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