Dean Smith Provides Injury Update for Amy Martinez / Steve Bruce Confirms He Fears the Worst for Newcastle

Dean Smith provides Emi Martinez injury update / Steve Bruce confirms he 'fears the worst' for Newcastle pair

Updates on a number of stars who ran into fitness issues during the last round of the Premier League matches on Saturday are expected tonight.

& #039; Tight Groin & #039;

The first surrounds Aston Villa # 1 Emiliano Martinez.

Villa made a trip to Elland Road this afternoon for a long-awaited meeting with Leeds United.

Both sides began litigation, of course, exceeding expectations at this point in the campaign, although it was Dean Smith's guests who had an advantage in the table before the match against the background of the European football problem.

And when all was said and done, Claret and Blue only increased their lead over Bielsa and Co.

The singles goal scored by Anwar El Ghazi in just 5 minutes on the meter was enough to bring Villa to their last impressive three-point shot:

An otherwise auspicious day for the Villans, however, raised concerns in the form of Amy Martinez's fitness.

The Argentine, who certainly had a stellar debut campaign at Villa Park, was forced to let his teammates take charge of the goal kicks due to an apparent injury problem.

In turn, Dean Smith drew attention to the well-being of his first issue during a post-match interview this evening.

However, Villa's boss admitted that, under the current circumstances, he is unsure of the full extent of Martinez's problems:

“I'm not sure what it is for the latter. He had a tight groin and made our center-backs take our goal kicks. I was there. To be late on the six-yard field, so their credit is a difficult task. "

& #039; Fear the worst & #039;

Steve Bruce was the next to provide an update on the fitness of his team's pair of stars.

Not long ago, Newcastle hosted Volkov at St James's Park to play in a Premier League match.

The Magpies entered the process, desperately trying to get a positive result, as they were once again dragged into the thick of the battle for relegation in recent weeks.

Although they failed to score all 3 points, the hosts managed to play a potentially important draw, maintaining a 4-point lead over Fulham, who finished 18th.

Jamaal Lasselles put Newcastle ahead at the start of the second half, after which Ruben Neves finished the goal 20 minutes before the draw: 1-1:

However, Forty had to pay for a solid result.

First, during the break, Miguel Almiron had a physical problem before another key attacking threat from the hosts, Allan Saint-Maximin, followed suit in just an hour.

In turn, Bruce, like Dean Smith before him, was drawn into the latest information on the situation after the final whistle at St. James's Park.

And this news turned out to be far from positive, in particular, with the problem of Almiron, when his boss "feared the worst":

"It's too early to say, but we fear the worst if someone like Almiron, in particular, recovers from where he was."

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# Team MP D NS
1 Manchester city 26 36 62
2 Manchester United 25 21 years 49
3 Leicester City 25 17 49
4 West Ham United 26 9 45
5 Chelsea 25 16 43
6 Liverpool 25 11 40
7 Everton 24 4 40
8 Aston Villa 23 11 36
9 Tottenham Hotspur 24 10 36
10 Leeds United 25 0 35 year
11 Arsenal FC 25 5 34
12 Wolverhampton Wanderers 25 -6 33
13 Crystal palace 25 -14 32
14 Southampton 25 -12 30
15 Burnley 25 -12 28
16 Brighton & Hove Albion 25 -6 26
17 Newcastle United 25 -17 25
18 Fulham FC 25 -11 22
19 West Bromwich Albion 25 -36 14
20 Sheffield United 25 -26 11
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Salah, Mohamed Liverpool 17
Fernandez, Bruno Manchester United 15
Kane, Harry Tottenham Hotspur 13
Sleep, Heung Min Tottenham Hotspur 13
Bamford, Patrick Leeds United 13
Calvert-Levin, Dominic Everton 13
Vardy, Jamie Leicester City 12
Gundogan, Ilkay Manchester city 11
Wilson, Callum Newcastle United 10
Watkins, Ollie Aston Villa 10
Rashford, Marcus Manchester United 9
Sterling, Raheem Manchester city 9
Barnes, Harvey Leicester City 9
Zaha, Wilfried Crystal palace 9
Maddison, James Leicester City 8
Ings, Danny Southampton 8
Lacazette, Alexander Arsenal FC 8
Aubameyang, Pierre-Emerick Arsenal FC 8
Soucek, Tomas West Ham United 8
Antonio, Mikhail West Ham United 7

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