World Cup 2022 injury list of players ruled out of Qatar tournament

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The best players on the planet are in Qatar… but some poor souls are facing up to the prospect of sitting at home nursing injuries!

England boss Gareth Southgate and the rest of the World Cup managerial cohort will be anxiously hoping their star players avoid problems in the coming days but, for some, the dream of playing on the biggest stage of all is already over.

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Reece James is one of the star names that missed the plane to Qatar but Three Lions team-mates Kyle Walker and Kalvin Phillips proved their fitness in time.

The latest World Cup odds can be found on the Paddy Power website, otherwise details of players that are doubtful or ruled out of Qatar 2022 can be found below.

World Cup injury list

ARGENTINA

Giovano Lo Celso – Hamstring

BELGIUM

Alexis Saelemaekers – Knee

BRAZIL

Arthur Melo – Thigh

ECUADOR

Joao Rojas – Leg

ENGLAND

Ben Chilwell – Hamstring
Reece James – Thigh

FRANCE

Christopher Nkunku – Ankle
N’Golo Kante – Thigh
Presnel Kimpembe – Hamstring
Paul Pogba – Knee

GERMANY

Marco Reus – Ankle
Timo Werner – Ankle

GHANA

Jojo Wollacott – Finger

IRAN

Allahyar Sayyadmanesh – Hamstring
Omid Ebrahimi – Groin

JAPAN

Ryo Miyaichi – Knee
Yuta Nakayama – Achilles

MEXICO

Jesus Corona – Ankle

MOROCCO

Amine Harit – Knee

NETHERLANDS

Georginio Wijnaldum – Shin

POLAND

Jakub Moder – Knee

PORTUGAL

Diogo Jota – Calf
Pedro Neto – Ankle
Ricardo Pereira – Achilles

SENEGAL

Keita Balde – Banned
Bouna Sarr – Knee
Sadio Mane – Leg

USA

Miles Robinson – Achilles

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Led by their superstar forward Neymar, Brazil cruised through South American qualifying. They’ve been a bit disappointing in recent World Cups, departing the 2018 edition in the quarter-finals and getting destroyed 7-1 in the semis by Germany on home soil in 2014.

Defending champions France had a bit of a nightmare at Euro 2020 and will have to get their act together if they’re to go deep at the World Cup. Not lacking in talent, their downfall ultimately came courtesy of some bizarre tactical decisions from Didier Deschamps as they crashed out of the Euros at the last-16 stage.

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