Premier League injuries table: Which club had the most injuries this season?

Dinnery says that their initial findings suggest the total days lost to injury of 25,131 across the 20 clubs is the most they have recorded.

Compared to 2022-23, the total days lost to injuries was up 19%.

The list does not include the likes of Aston Villa’s Emi Buendia, Manchester United’s Tyrell Malacia or Chelsea’s Wesley Fofana because they were injured before the start of the campaign.

But in terms of a single injury – Villa’s Tyrone Mings (281 days) is the longest, followed by Arsenal’s Jurrien Timber (254 days), Brentford’s Rico Henry (246 days), Sheffield United’s John Egan (232 days) and Tottenham’s Manor Solomon (229 days).

Chelsea’s Reece James was out for 206 days from two injuries, and Manchester United’s Lisandro Martinez missed 214 days from three separate injuries.

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