Arsenal vs Chelsea: List of players that could miss the fixture due to injury confirmed


Here are the players that have been confirmed to be scheduled to miss the must-win Premier League fixture Arsenal vs Chelsea which will be played on Tuesday.

Arguably one of the biggest fixtures to look out for in the Premier League on Tuesday, April 23, 2024, Arsenal vs Chelsea with the latest pre-match press conference from the head coaches of both sides is perfectly poised to be a must-watch for every football fan.

As the games keep coming in as fast as many can imagine with the club football season coming to an end, the injury concern for top clubs continues to reach a feverish high with many players set to miss fixtures due to injury.

What is the injury update for the Arsenal vs Chelsea fixture?

With both Mikel Arteta and Mauricio Pochettino holding their pre-match press conferences before the Arsenal vs Chelsea game, the availability and absence of players due to illness, assessment and injury have been confirmed.

Chelsea's latest injury update

Chelsea in an official statement have confirmed the list of players that would not be available for the fixture against Arsenal due to illness, assessment and injury. The devastating blow is that the talisman and arguably one of the biggest players for Chelsea so far this season, Cole Palmer is scheduled to miss the game due to illness.

Here is the full list of Chelsea's absentees ahead of Arsenal's game:

  • Christopher Nkunku
  • Robert Sanchez 
  • Lesley Ugochukwu 
  • Ben Chilwell 
  • Malo Gusto 
  • Cole Palmer
  • Levi Colwill
  • Wesley Fofana 
  • Reece James
  • Romeo Lavia 

Arsenal's latest injury update

Following the impressive victory over Wolves which saw them take the number one spot on the Premier League table, Arsenal has confirmed that only three players remain in doubt ahead of the clash against Chelsea and these players are:

  • Bukayo Saka
  • Jurrien Timber
  • Takehiro Tomiyasu

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