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Premier League gameweek 37: Confirmed team news and manager quotes for every club

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Sports Mole rounds up every Premier League club's confirmed team news ahead of gameweek 37, and what their managers have had to say about their injury situations.
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Gameweek 37 opponents: Man United (A)

Out: None

Doubtful: Jurrien Timber (knee), Bukayo Saka (unspecified), Takehiro Tomiyasu (unspecified)

Mikel Arteta quotes: "A few doubts that we can resolve tomorrow as we have another training session, but we'll have to wait and see. A few names. Yes [that includes Bukayo Saka and Takehiro Tomiyasu]."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Liverpool (H)

Out: Emiliano Buendia (knee), Tyrone Mings (knee), Boubacar Kamara (knee), Jacob Ramsey (toe), Morgan Rogers (hamstring)

Doubtful: Alex Moreno (calf), Youri Tielemans (groin), Nicolo Zaniolo (muscle)

Unai Emery quotes: "Each day is going to be very important because some players have small injuries, some have pain and it's not a day when or where they can come back.

"[Nicolo] Zaniolo is close but until he is feeling comfortable he's not available to play, hopefully he can progress. [Youri] Tielemans is close. [Alex] Moreno is not a big injury."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Brentford (H)

Out: Ryan Fredericks (calf), Luis Sinisterra (thigh), Milos Kerkez (suspended), Chris Mepham (illness)

Doubtful: None

Andoni Iraola quotes: "Lloyd Kelly will play tomorrow. He has been involved in training normally so we have no concerns about this. So we've recovered Lloyd; Tyler Adams and Marcus Tavernier will also be part of the squad."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Bournemouth (A)

Out: Josh Dasilva (knee), Rico Henry (knee), Ben Mee (ankle), Aaron Hickey (hamstring)

Doubtful: Kristoffer Ajer (nose), Mathias Jensen (knock)

Thomas Frank quotes: "There were two doubts. Kristoffer Ajer went off with a broken nose [at Fulham last weekend], and Mathias Jensen had a minor injury, but both of them should be available. [Ajer] will wear a mask.

"We're not going to see [Aaron Hickey] this season [due to a hamstring injury]. I'm not the manager of Scotland, but I don't think it is positive [for him to have a chance of playing at EURO 2024]."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Newcastle (A)

Out: Solly March (knee), Kaoru Mitoma (back), Jack Hinshelwood (foot), Evan Ferguson (ankle), James Milner (thigh), Pervis Estupinan (calf), Adam Lallana (muscle), Jan Paul van Hecke (thigh)

Doubtful: Tariq Lamptey (muscle), Joao Pedro (ankle)

Roberto De Zerbi quotes: "Sad news for us. Today it happened [Joao Pedro picked up an injury in training], and I don't know if he can play tomorrow. [Tariq Lamptey] can't start; tomorrow, we will see if he can come on the bench or not."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Tottenham (A)

Out: Aaron Ramsey (knee), Nathan Redmond (thigh), Jordan Beyer (thigh), Ameen Al-Dakhil (unspecified)

Doubtful: Luca Koleosho (thigh)


Gameweek 37 opponents: Forest (A)

Out: Wesley Fofana (knee), Romeo Lavia (thigh), Enzo Fernandez (groin), Ben Chilwell (knee), Carney Chukwuemeka (knee), Robert Sanchez (illness)

Doubtful: Reece James (hamstring), Lesley Ugochukwu (hamstring)

Mauricio Pochettino quotes: "The most important thing is Reece James is going to be there for us. Then because we have an amazing relationship and of course he is an amazing player.

"It is not easy when you come back from a long-term injury. The most important thing is he can be available and be part of the squad. It is important to finish [the season] with good feelings.

"Happy! This is the last week of the season and nearly all the players will be fit and available - it's a good time. It's good to see the future and be more optimistic.

"Disappointed [the season is ending], as I think to increase the level and improve everyday we need to asses why we need to do better and improve. I think it's a good challenge for next season - we need to increase the availability of the players."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Wolves (A)

Out: Sam Johnstone (elbow), Cheick Doucoure (Achilles), Matheus Franca (groin), Jefferson Lerma (hamstring), Rob Holding (thigh)

Doubtful: None

Oliver Glasner quotes: "It's good news. The players are fit. Jefferson Lerma also took part in the last two sessions. It is too early for him, but he will be back for Aston Villa. The others who were fit against Manchester United are still available so that's good."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Sheffield United (H)

Out: Dele Alli (groin), Nathan Patterson (hamstring), Vitaliy Mykolenko (ankle)

Doubtful: None

Sean Dyche quotes: "Most are around it. We've not got anyone seriously injured so it should be the group ready to go again.

"I always believe in playing a team that can win a game so that'll be the main thing. There might be certain changes but we'll wait and see.

"We've come through training [yesterday] unscathed, so it's pretty much the group that we can change, if we feel it's right, but we want to go and win the game – that is our mindset."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Man City (H)

Out: Sasa Lukic (calf)

Doubtful: None


Gameweek 37 opponents: Aston Villa (A)

Out: Joel Matip (knee), Thiago Alcantara (thigh), Diogo Jota (groin), Ben Doak (knee)

Doubtful: None


Gameweek 37 opponents: West Ham (A)

Out: Tom Lockyer (heart issue), Amari'i Bell (hamstring), Marvelous Nakamba (knee), Jacob Brown (knee), Dan Potts (thigh), Mads Andersen (calf)

Doubtful: None

Rob Edwards quotes: "The plan was to just keep [Elijah Adebayo] on and push him as long as we could. He started looking over and saying that was probably the right time. So we did well with that - we listened to him and he listened to his body.

"We've got Chieo (Chiedozie) Ogbene back training with us. He's been back the last couple of days which is good, so he can come into the squad, other than that we're where we are.

"We'll try and get him involved, he's only had a couple of days training, but we're at the stage now where we want to try and get players who can influence games back involved and Chieo is one of those."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Fulham (A)

Out: None

Doubtful: None

Pep Guardiola quotes: "No injury worries. Everyone is fine. I don't know what other clubs do, but for many years we've had an incredible medical department here. Doing the same thing could be maybe the opposite, but we were fortunate last season too we had few injuries."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Arsenal (H)

Out: Luke Shaw (thigh), Tyrell Malacia (knee), Anthony Martial (groin), Lisandro Martinez (calf), Victor Lindelof (thigh), Raphael Varane (muscle), Willy Kambwala (unspecified), Mason Mount (unspecified), Harry Maguire (muscle)

Doubtful: Marcus Rashford (foot), Scott McTominay (knee), Bruno Fernandes (knock)

Erik ten Hag quotes: "Bruno was on the pitch and Scott McTominay was on the pitch, so there are some players returning. But also I have to report that unfortunately, yesterday, Mason Mount fell out [of contention]. So he will not be available for Sunday.

"Yesterday Licha came to me and he wanted to play on Sunday against Arsenal, but he is not ready yet," Erik added. "He needs a little bit more time to go through the process.

"Rashy, of course, he trained this morning as well, and we have to see how he recovered from this. But I think it looks quite good and I hope he can tomorrow make the next training and then see if he is available for Sunday.

"Luke Shaw had a setback in his process as well but there is still a hope and he will fight to be available for the final."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Brighton (H)

Out: Sandro Tonali (suspended), Sven Botman (knee), Lewis Miley (back), Jamaal Lascelles (knee), Joe Willock (Achilles), Matt Targett (Achilles), Fabian Schar (hamstring)

Doubtful: Kieran Trippier (calf)

Eddie Howe quotes: "Kieran [Trippier] is getting closer; he has trained this week. It was the first time with the group. He trained well, it has been a good week for him. I will make a decision today whether he will be involved tomorrow.

"[Joelinton and Miguel Almirón] have trained well; we have been able to get some good work into their bodies. They are still building their robustness if you like, you need the load behind you to stay fit. They are doing well."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Chelsea (H)

Out: None

Doubtful: Neco Williams (hamstring)


Gameweek 37 opponents: Everton (A)

Out: Max Lowe (ankle), Rhys Norrington-Davies (hamstring), Chris Basham (foot), John Egan (ankle), Daniel Jebbison (ill), George Baldock (calf), Tom Davies (thigh), Oli McBurnie (thigh), Anel Ahmedhodzic (suspended), Mason Holgate (ineligible)

Doubtful: None

Chris Wilder quotes: "From a physical point of view I have talked about Everton having a lot of technical players. They are a massive threat at set-plays - that is gong to be a real challenge for us. Losing two of our bigger players [centre-backs Anel Ahmedhodzic and Mason Holgate] doesn't help the cause so we are going to need to find a way.

"We go into that with preparation exactly the same. We have to dust ourselves down and we go to Everton believing we can get a result."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Burnley (H)

Out: Ryan Sessegnon (hamstring), Fraser Forster (foot), Manor Solomon (knee), Ben Davies (calf) Destiny Udogie (thigh), Timo Werner (thigh)

Doubtful: None

Ange Postecoglou quotes: "I think from the last game we're pretty much as we were, no one's really changed from it."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Luton (H)

Out: Kalvin Phillips (calf), Konstantinos Mavropanos (unknown), Nayef Aguerd (ankle)

Doubtful: Lucas Paqueta (knock)

David Moyes quotes: "Lucas Paqueta seems OK and has trained for most of the week, but unfortunately we don't have Dinos [Mavropanos] or Nayef [Aguerd] back yet."


Gameweek 37 opponents: Palace (H)

Out: Craig Dawson (groin), Leon Chiwone (ankle), Pedro Neto (hamstring)

Doubtful: None

Gary O'Neil quotes: "We're looking pretty good. Santi [Bueno] only trained on Friday last week, so wasn't available to start at City, but he's feeling fine now. Pedro [Neto] still won't be involved tomorrow. He's training but he's maybe not done enough at high speeds to be able to guarantee that it's not a risk for him, so there'll be no Pedro.

"Apart from that we're pretty good, obviously [Craig Dawson] is still out, but JJ [Bellegarde] is back around it and there are no new issues. We are in a stronger place, so we can start to see some more attacking intent, rhythm and flow to the team for tomorrow, although Channy [Hwang Hee-chan] and Matheus Cunha are still new back.

"They're not up to full speed – Cunha's calf is still causing him problems, but he's desperate to be out there and helping the group, and Channy is still working his way back to looking more like the Channy we saw before the Asia Cup, but we're in a much stronger place and hopefully we can show everyone that tomorrow."

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Premier League Table
CManchester CityMan City38287396346291
4Aston Villa382081076611568
5Tottenham HotspurSpurs382061274611366
7Newcastle UnitedNewcastle381861485622360
8Manchester UnitedMan Utd38186145758-160
9West Ham UnitedWest Ham381410146074-1452
10Crystal Palace381310155758-149
11Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton381212145562-748
14Wolverhampton WanderersWolves38137185065-1546
17Nottingham ForestNott'm Forest3899204967-1832
RLuton TownLuton3868245285-3326
RSheffield UnitedSheff Utd38372835104-6916
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