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Fit or Miss: Premier League Injury Tracker - Gameweek 32

Andrew M. Laird

Andrew M. Laird

Andrew M. Laird is the Senior Soccer Editor for RotoWire, as well as a fantasy football and college basketball contributor.

This was supposed to be the week that Sergio Aguero and Aaron Ramsey were supposed to return from their respective injuries. Unfortunately, it won't happen, as Aguero needs a little more time and Ramsey suffered his 93rd setback (I may have to double check that number).

As a reminder, you can find a full list of injured players on our Injury Updates page, or if you're looking for information on a specific player, just search their name and the latest news will be on their player page.

And with that, here are a few of the names we're tracking for gameweek 30:

Saturday, March 29

Manchester United vs. Aston Villa
Robin van Persie will miss a few more weeks with his knee injury, while Nemanja Vidic is available after his red card ban, although he could miss out with a groin injury. Chris Smalling was unable to pass a fitness test on his injured hamstring prior to the Manchester derby Tuesday, while Jonny Evans also missed the derby but could return. Andreas Weimann was taken out of last weekend's match against Stoke City due to dead leg, but he has been declared fit. However, Karim El Ahmadi will likely miss out due to a thigh strain.

Stoke City vs. Hull City
Charlie Adam returns from his three-match red card ban, although Jonathan Walters has another game left of his suspension. George Boyd will also miss out due to a red card ban, while Allan McGregor is expected to miss the rest of the season after suffering a kidney injury in a collision last weekend.

Swansea City vs. Norwich City
Swansea are fully fit for the second consecutive weekend. Meanwhile, Michael Turner (hamstring) may be able to return, but Leroy Fer is still a few weeks away.

Crystal Palace vs. Chelsea
Marouane Chamakh will miss out with a hamstring injury, although there is a hope he can return the following weekend. On the other side, Willian should be available following his red card ban, although Ramires remains out due to his suspension. Samuel Eto'o will miss out with a hamstring injury, with the hope of being ready to face Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on April 2.

West Brom vs. Cardiff City
Jonas Olsson will miss out with a red card ban, while Billy Jones and Claudio Yacob will both miss out with hamstring injuries. However, Morgan Amalfitano (knee), and Gareth McAuley (ankle) have been deemed fit, while Victor Anichebe faces a late fitness test due to a hamstring injury. Craig Noone has been declared fit after failing a late fitness test before last weekend's match against Liverpool.

Southampton vs. Newcastle
Jay Rodriguez (knee), and Nathaniel Clyne (groin), face late fitness tests, with Morgan Schneiderlin expected to miss out with a psoas issue. Davide Santon is battling an illness and could be fit, although Loic Remy (calf), Mathieu Debuchy (groin) and Tim Krul (knee) will miss out.

Arsenal vs. Manchester City
Arsenal are fully injury-bitten, with Aaron Ramsey (thigh), Jack Wilshere (ankle), Mesut Ozil (hamstring), Laurent Koscielny and Nacho Monreal all out. Sergio Aguero looks likely to be held out again with a hamstring injury, and David Silva could miss out with an ankle injury, although he'll be given a late fitness test to decide.

Sunday, March 30

Fulham vs. Everton
Fernando Amorebieta will miss out after picking up two yellow cards last weekend. Kostas Mitroglu and Scott Parker may return from their knee injuries. Steven Pienaar is still another few weeks away with a knee injury.

Liverpool vs. Tottenham
Jose Enrique (knee) is the only injury for Liverpool, although he is likely done for the season. Emmanuel Adebayor miss last weekend's match against Everton with a hamstring injury and he will need to pass a late fitness test to play at Anfield. Kyle Walker's groin injury will likely keep him out, although Vlad Chiriches may return from his back injury.

Monday, March 31

Sunderland vs. West Ham
Marcos Alonso is due back from his one-match red card ban. On the other side, Winston Reid missed Wednesday's match against Liverpool due to an illness, while James Collins had to come off early due to a calf injury. Matthew Jarvis also missed Wednesday's match with a thigh injury, and Marco Borriello remains out with a hamstring injury.