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Fit or Miss: Premier League Injury Tracker - Gameweek 37

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.

13 matches this gameweek allowes fantasy owners one final chance to grab some double points. Here's a look at some of the injuries we're seeing ahead of the weekend:

Saturday, May 3

West Ham vs. Tottenham
James Tomkins, who is the only injury concern for the Hammers, is expected to return from his hip injury. Andros Townsend will miss the rest of the season and the World Cup after suffering ligament damage in his ankle. Kyle Walker (ankle) remains sidelined, but Spurs are expecting to have Jan Vertonghen, Etienne Capoue and Mousa Dembele back from their respective ankle injuries.

Aston Villa vs. Hull City
Leandro Bacuna is expected back from his bout with illness, while Joe Bennett faces a late fitness test for his ankle. Robert Brady is done for the Premier League season but has an outside shot of making the FA Cup final, the same of which applies to Allan McGregor (kidney/ribs), and Paul McShane (ankle).

Manchester United vs. Sunderland
Wayne Rooney left Thursday's training session early due to a stomach bug, putting his availability in question. Robin van Persie could also make a surprise return from his knee injury after he was believed to be out for the entire season. Ki Sung-Yueng is unlikely to play again this season due to knee tendonitis.

Newcastle vs. Cardiff City
Luuk de Jong looks set to return from an ankle injury after being unable to pass a late fitness test last weekend. Hatem Ben Arfa appears to be staying away from the club in a dispute with manager Alan Pardew, although he's citing a hip injury for his absence. Meanwhile, Cala is suspended for the match after picking up a red card last weekend against Sunderland.

Stoke City vs. Fulham
Ryan Shawcross is suspended after picking up two yellow cards last weekend against Tottenham. Steve Sidwell faces a late fitness test due to an ankle injury, while Kostas Mitroglu is expected back from his knee ailment.

Swansea City vs. Southampton
Chico returns from his red card suspension, while Michu (ankle) and Angel Rangel (groin) miss out. Morgan Schneiderlin is looking to return after missing last weekend's match with a hip injury, but Gaston Ramirez continues to be sidelined with an ankle ailment.

Everton vs. Manchester City
Leighton Baines is expected to play after being forced out of last weekend's match against Southampton with a knee injury. Phil Jagielka (hamstring) is also expected back, while Sylvain Distin will need to pass a late fitness test to show that he has overcome his hamstring injury. On the other side, David Silva and Jesus Navas are both set to miss out again with ankle injuries.

Sunday, May 4

Arsenal vs. West Brom
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain continues to deal with a groin injury that will keep him out. Kieran Gibbs will also miss out due to his ankle injury. Bacary Sagna is rated as "50-50" to play due to a knee injury. Jack Wilshere (ankle) is fighting to be fit for the following week, although it's looking more unlikely.

Chelsea vs. Norwich City
Ramires will miss out due to a four-match violent conduct ban, while Petr Cech will sit due to the separated shoulder he suffered in the first leg of Chelsea's Champions League semifinal tie with Atletico Madrid. Joseph Yobo will be back from his calf injury.

Monday, May 5

Crystal Palace vs. Liverpool
Neither club has any injuries of note, although Liverpool will be without Jordan Henderson due to his red card ban.

Tuesday, May 6

Manchester United vs. Hull City
Will be updated after the weekend matches are played.

Wednesday, May 7

Sunderland vs. West Brom
Will be updated after the weekend matches are played.

Manchester City vs. Aston Villa
Will be updated after the weekend matches are played.