Brad Guzan has been left off the United States' roster this international break with what is being reported as an injury. However, the nature and extent of that injury is a mystery.
Marouane Fellaini will miss Manchester United's two Week 37 matches as part of his three match ban picked up in the 1-1 draw with Leicester City last weekend.
The 17-year-old forward/attacking midfielder played well enough in his Premier League debut to start again for the Baggies against the Cherries in Week 37 action.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain re-injured his knee during his return from his previous knee injury and will miss both Arsenal's final two matches and the European Championships.
Per Mertesacker will miss Arsenal's final two matches with a hamstring injury.
After accepting the charge of violent conduct, Mousa Dembele has been suspended by the FA for the next six games, ending the midfielder's season and carrying into the beginning of next season.
Eddie Howe revealed in his press conference ahead of AFC Bourenmouth's match against West Bromwich Albion that center back Sylvain Distin is out with an injured back and is likely finished playing for the season.
Rafa Benitez announced that right back Daryl Janmaat is available for Newcastle United's trip to Aston Villa tomorrow, while Fabricio Coloccini remains out.
Speaking ahead of Arsenal's Sunday match with Manchester City, Arsene Wenger confirmed that Mikel Arteta would be leaving the club after the season.
Swansea City will not have regular starters Gylfi Sigurdsson or Neil Taylor available this weekend against West Ham United as they are suffering from shoulder and groin injuries, respectively.
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew confirmed that he won't risk Wilfried Zaha this weekend as the winger recovers from a knock.
Mark Hughes will check on Bojan Krkic after he took a bang on his foot today: "He probably won't train tomorrow but we hope he will be OK this weekend."