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Injury and Suspensions + Fantasy Players to watch

We are into week 10 and let me remind you that its the 2nd Round of the Blog cup,so you need to have a good week in order to progress further into the 3rd Round,Here are the latest injury/suspension new that will help you with your picks this week.

Lars Baron

Newcastle vs Chelsea

Newcastle will again be without Steven Taylor and Paul Dummet while Fabricio Coloccini remains doubtful.

Chelsea have no fresh injury problems and Mourinho is expected to rotate his squad again after giving several fringe players their chance against Arsenal.

Fantasy player to watch : Edin Hazard

Man City vs Norwich City

Costel Pantilimon may replace Joe Hart after keeping a clean sheet in the midweek League Cup win at Newcastle.

Stevan Jovetic and Micah Richards suffered injuries in that game, while Vincent Kompany is still nursing a thigh problem.

Norwich pair Alexander Tettey and Ricky van Wolfswinkel miss out with respective knee and foot injuries.

Robert Snodgrass (concussion) and Nathan Redmond (hip) are also doubts.

Fantasy player to watch : Aguerooooooooooooooooo

West Brom vs Crystal Palace

West Brom have fitness doubts over midfielders Morgan Amalfitano and Scott Sinclair while Ben Foster remains sidelined,

Palace have no new injury worries ahead of the trip to West Brom and may choose to name an unchanged side.

Fantasy player to Watch : Stephan Sessengon

West Ham vs Aston Villa

Ricardo Vaz Te is sidelined with a dislocated shoulder,while Matt Taylor is also unavailable. James Tomkins "should be okay" after picking up a midweek knock, while James Collins and Andy Carroll remains out.

Antonio Luna is out while Fellow left-back Joe Bennett is a doubt, meaning Ciaran Clark is likely to deputise,. While Gabby Agbonlahor is struggling to shake off an ankle problem.

Fantasy player to watch : Kevin Nolan

Stoke City vs Southampton

Marco Arnautovic has recovered from the illness which forced him off at United last weekend,Peter Crouch looks set for another start after also scoring in his last two games while Andy Wilkinson and Glenn Whelan remain doubts.

Mauricio Pochettino has revealed both Pablo Osvaldo and Steven Davis are improving from the injuries that kept them out of last week's win over Fulham but both will need to be assessed while Guly do Prado is expected to miss out.

Fantasy player to watch: Jay Rodriguez

Hull City vs Sunderland

Sone Aluko (calf) Alex Bruce (groin) and Robbie Brady (hernia)  will have fitness tests, while on-loan Danny Graham is ineligible against his parent club.Jack Livermore is back while Steve Harper should continue in goal.

Gus Poyet will have a fully fit squad and should continue with the starting 11 from last week.

Fantasy Player to watch : Jozy Altidore

Fulham vs Man United

Fulham captain Brede Hangeland  and Hugo Rodallega remains doubtful while Matthew Briggs remains unavailable.

Danny Welbeck remains doubtful with a knee problem other than that Man United have no fresh injury problems ahead of their trip to Craven Cottage.

Fantasy player to watch : Wayne Rooney

Arsenal vs Liverpool

Mathieu Flamini and Serge Gnabry misses out after both came off injured in last week game against Crystal Palace,The likes of Theo Walcott, Lukas Podolski and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain remains sidelined through injury,

Liverpool welcome back Coutinho while Jose Enrique remains a doubt,otherwise there is no injury concerns for Liverpool.

Fantasy Player to watch : Daniel Sturridge

Everton vs Tottenham

Arouna Kone,Darren Gibson and Antolin Alcaraz remains out but Johnny Heitinga is back while Tony Hibbert remains a doubt.

Danny Rose will be the only missing player from the Tottenham squad for the Everton clash,no other injury concerns for Spurs.

Fantasy player to watch : Lukaku

Cadriff vs Swansea

Andreas Cornelius is missing yet again,Fraizer Campbell is expected to lead the line again, though Craig Bellamy could return on the right at the expense of Peter Odemwingie.

Ben Davies still sidelined with an ankle injury so Neil Taylor should continue, while Wilfried Bony could be handed a recall after Michael Laudrup handed Alvaro Garcia the lone forward role ahead of the Ivorian last time out.

Fantasy player to watch : Bony

Good luck everyone!