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Premier League Injuries & Suspensions, Week 36

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A look at which players may be missing from your potential fantasy line-ups due to suspension, injury or rotation and returning players who may make an impact.

Will Jamie Vardy watch his team win the Premier League from the stands?
Will Jamie Vardy watch his team win the Premier League from the stands?
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A look at which players may be missing from your potential fantasy line-ups due to suspension, injury or rotation and returning players who may make an impact.

Out: Fantasy-relevant players who have been confirmed out for the week, either through injury or suspension

Doubt: Players facing the dreaded fitness test, rotation concerns and those who are out of form/favor

In: The likeliest replacements for the Outs & Doubts

Win: Fantasy player to watch / my hunch pick of the week

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Arsenal

Out: Oxlade-Chamberlain (match fitness, 7 May)

Doubt: Cazorla (match fitness), Rosicky (match fitness)

In: N/A

Win: Alexis Sanchez

The Chilean will look to influence Arsenal again in a must win match against Norwich City to hold their place in the UEFA Champions League next season.

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Aston Villa

Out: Richardson (calf, 7 May), Amavi (knee, unknown)

Doubt: Clark (match fitness), Richards (match fitness)

In: N/A

Win: Jordan Ayew

Already playing for pride, Ayew will have to be the key player against Watford, despite relegation.

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AFC Bournemouth

Out: Mings (knee, Sep), Arter (calf,unknown), Smith (hernia, unknown)

Doubt: Gradel (hip)

In: N/A

Win: Joshua King

A tricky Everton side is always hard to beat, so therefore, all the pressure might go Josh King in this one and it might be good.

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Chelsea

Out: Rémy (groin, Aug), Zouma (knee, Oct)

Doubt: Cahill (illness), Terry (ankle)

In: N/A

Win: Diego Costa

Just awaiting the end of the season, the Spaniard will have to be on top form to put the final nail on the coffin of Spurs' Premier League dream.

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Crystal Palace

Out: Hangeland (knee, May), Appiah (knee, Aug), Anderson (leg, Aug), Chamakh (groin, Aug)

Doubt: Zaha

In: N/A

Win: Yohan Cabaye

Crystal Palace won their first game against Newcastle since 1998, can they do the double this time and put Newcastle one step closer to relegation?

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Everton

Out: Barry (groin, 7 May), Browning (knee, Jun), Coleman, Jagielka (both hamstring, unknown), Funes Mori

Doubt: N/A

In: N/A

Win: Romelu Lukaku

The Belgian will have to be a scoring machine against Bournemouth.

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Leicester City

Out: Vardy

Doubt: N/A

In: N/A

Win: Riyad Mahrez

Claudio Ranieri's men were 5,000 to 1 at the start of the season to win the Premier League. They are now 90 minutes and three points away from securing their maiden title. No Jamie Vardy? Upstep, Riyad Mahrez, who continues to demonstrate time and time again why he is the player of the year.

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Liverpool

Out: Henderson (knee, 15 May), Can (ankle), Gomez, Ings (both knee, all Jun), Origi (ankle), Rossiter (hamstring, both unknown)

Doubt: Coutinho

In: N/A

Win: Daniel Sturridge

Jurgen Klopp's side will have to recover from their Europa League loss and have all attention on that next Thursday but everything is on the line and preparation will be key, against Swansea is no different.

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Manchester City

Out: Touré (thigh, 8 May), Silva (hamstring, unknown)

Doubt: N/A

In: Jesus Navas

Win: Sergio Aguero

The Argentine will not only has to be focused against Real Madrid in a few days in the UCL semifinals, but will have to demonstrate that again, this time against Southampton.

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Manchester United

Out: Shaw (leg, 21 May), Keane (pelvis), Schweinsteiger (knee, both unknown)

Doubt: Januzaj (match fitness)

In: N/A

Win: Marcus Rashford

The young English striker might be the one that will ruin Leicester City's Premier League dream for this week.

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Newcastle

Out: Janmaat (hand, 7 May), Elliot (knee, Jul), Haïdara (knee, Jul), Krul (knee, Aug), Coloccini (calf, unknown)

Doubt: N/A

In: N/A

Win: Georginio Wijnaldum

Bring on Georginio Wijnaldum, the man who can demonstrate to Newcastle that they deserve to play another season in the Premier League.

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Norwich City

Out: Klose (knee, 15 May), Tettey (ankle), Wisdom (knee, both unknown)

Doubt: N/A

In: N/A

Win: Nathan Redmond

Nathan Redmond has the chance to probably surprise everyone and get a fantastic result against Arsenal.

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Southampton

Out: Gardos (knee, unknown)

Doubt: Austin (knee)

In: N/A

Win: Graziano Pelle

Ronald Koeman's side is looking to unfocus Manchester City and the Italian striker might be the man to do it.

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Stoke City

Out: Johnson (knee, 7 May), Butland (ankle, Jul), Afellay (knee, Jan), Given (groin, unknown)

Doubt: Shaqiri (hamstring), Walters (knee), Wilson (knee)

In: N/A

Win: Marko Arnautović

The Austrian will look to influence their side to three points and send Sunderland to relegation.

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Sunderland

Out: N/A

Doubt: N/A

In:  N/A

Win: Jermain Defoe

Defoe has been in excellent form since January and could be key to the Black Cats' survival.

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Swansea City

Out: Fer (hamstring, unknown), Paloschi (hamstring, unknown)

Doubt: N/A

In: N/A

Win: Bafetimbi Gomis

Gomis has been a revelation this season, and should cause plenty of problems for the Reds, as they try to lose their opponent's focus ahead of their Europa League tie.

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Tottenham Hotspur

Out: Bentaleb (knee, May), Alli

Doubt: N/A

In: Mousa Dembele

Win: Harry Kane

Who else can continue Chelsea's woes of this season? Harry Kane of course.

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Watford FC

Out: Capoue (knee, unknown)

Doubt: N/A

In: N/A

Win: Heurelho Gomes

Gomes has been excellent in goal, and will need to be again here, this time against Aston Villa.

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West Bromwich Albion

Out: Morrison (ankle, 7 May), Brunt (knee, Oct), Pritchard (hip, unknown)

Doubt: Berahino (ankle), Foster (ankle)

In: N/A

Win: Salomon Rondon

The Venezuelan striker will definitely be a huge factor to ruin West Ham United's dream of reaching European competitions.

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West Ham United

Out: Jenkinson (knee, Nov)

Doubt:N/A

In: N/A

Win: Dimitri Payet

Payet has been the star this season and he might be the man to help the Hammers to a  European competition.

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