Swansea City made their second signing of the January window, bringing in Martin Olsson from Norwich City on a two-and-a-half year deal.
The Stoke City attack will be even more depleted following the news that Jon Walters has undergone surgery on his knee.
Following a 4-0 thrashing at the hands of Spurs this weekend, West Brom will look to get Jonny Evans and Allan Nyom back as soon as possible.
An ever-growing injury list combined with a threadbare squad didn’t stop Hull City from earning three valuable points at home to Bournemouth on Saturday.
Chelsea have recalled forward Patrick Bamford from Burnley and are said to plan to sell him permanently to Middlesbrough for a fee up to £10m. .
Nathaniel Clyne should be back for Liverpool’s next Premier League game after missing the 1-1 draw against Man United because of injury.
James Milner converted a penalty early but Liverpool struggled to create chances and will be happy with a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford.
Sunderland manager David Moyes could have goalkeeper Jordan Pickford back from injury earlier than initially thought.
Southampton manager Claude Puel confirmed captain Jose Fonte will not play this month while he sorts out his future.
The disappointing loan spell of forward Simone Zaza at West Ham officially came to an end on Sunday.
Manchester United dominated possession for most of the match but trailed for the majority before Zlatan leveled in the 84th
Everton shocked the Premier League world on Sunday as they thrashed Manchester City 4-0.
Arsenal made sure they kept in touch with league leaders Chelsea after a comfortable and well deservedly win at the Liberty Stadium, although the loss of Olivier Giroud to injury, did take the shine off.
Antonio Conte insists that Diego Costa did not travel with the squad to Leicester because of injury. His omission was not, as reported by several media outlets, as a result of a training ground bust up over interest from China.
Leicester City managed just 35% of possession as they were defeated at home by Chelsea 3-0 on Saturday.