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Injury report: Gameweek two

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The 2010/11 season might be just one game old, but
there are plenty of players who have already managed to put themselves
out of action.

On top of that, there are even a few fresh suspensions to take into account - with top prize going to Joe Cole who wins a three-match holiday thanks to that two-footed tackle on Laurent Koscielny... who later got himself dismissed for a second yellow card.

Here are the injuries and suspensions for the second weekend of the season.

Club Week 1 Status Player Injury
Arsenal OUT Ramsey Leg
    Bendtner Groin
Nasri Knee
    Djourou Hamstring
  QUESTIONABLE Denilson Groin
    Song Groin
  SUSPENDED Koscielny One match
Aston Villa OUT Delph Knee

Carew Knee
    Cuellar Hamstring
    Agbonlahor Back

Davies Knee
Birmingham OUT Phillips Thigh
Blackpool OUT Southern Knee
    Almond Shoulder
    Clarke Knee
Bolton OUT O'Brien Ankle
Chelsea OUT Bosingwa Knee
Fulham OUT Johnson Knee
    Senderos Knee
    Kamara Knee
QUESTIONABLE Konchesky Ankle
Schwarzer Back
Liverpool SUSPENDED Cole Three matches
QUESTIONABLE Agger Concussion
Mascherano Calf
Man City QUESTIONABLE Boateng Leg
    Kolarov Ankle
Man Utd OUT Ferdinand Knee
    Evra Knee
    Hargreaves Knee
Anderson Knee
Newcastle OUT Gosling Knee
    Best Ankle
    S Taylor Shoulder
    Simpson Ankle
Kadar Knee
  QUESTIONABLE Lovenkrands Groin
  Guthrie Knee
SUSPENDED Edgar One match
Stoke OUT Jones Foot
  QUESTIONABLE Lawrence Groin
Sunderland OUT Gordon Arm
    Reid Achilles
    Meyler Knee
  SUSPENDED Cattermole One match
Tottenham OUT Bentley Ankle
    Woodgate Groin
    Modric Hamstring
    O'Hara Back
West Ham OUT Kurucz Knee
    Hines Knee
    Collison Knee
  QUESTIONABLE Hitzlsperger Thigh
Wigan Athletic OUT Caldwell Thigh
    Moses Groin
Wolves OUT Hunt Foot
    Zubar Ankle
    Mouyokolo Ankle
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