Sadio Mane (Liverpool)
The Senegal star hasn’t been fully confirmed as injured but he has returned home after, reportedly, feeling his old hamstring injury. It appears it’s more precautionary than anything else but will be worth keeping an eye on.
Olivier Giroud (Arsenal)
Gunners striker Giroud has headed back to the north London club early after suffering a thigh strain in France’s win over Wales. Team-mate Alexandre Lacazette replaced him with 73 minutes gone in the match.
Phil Jones (Manchester United)
Just minutes after a goal-saving header against Germany, the England defender was forced off the field injured. A thigh problem, which he did have before the match, appears to have been aggravated but Gareth Southgate didn’t indicate any long-term worries over the knock.
Javier Hernandez (West Ham)
David Moyes’ task in east London may not be made easier with the news his Mexican striker is a doubt for his first game in charge. Chicharito was substituted after 51 minutes in his nation’s 3-3 draw with Belgium, with a suspected hamstring problem.
Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham)
Belgian defender Vertonghen missed his nation’s 3-3 draw with Mexico after picking up an ankle knock in training. He is expected to be fit for the north London derby and could even play in Belgium’s friendly with Japan on Tuesday.
Jack Butland (Stoke)
Just as he was expected to wrestle the England No.1 spot from Joe Hart, the Potters shot-stopper broke a finger in training and is now expected to miss up to six weeks of action. Lee Grant is expected to deputise.
Christian Atsu (Newcastle United)
After joining up with the Ghana squad with a slight thigh problem, it appears Atsu has now created a much bigger issue, causing a possible muscle tear.