WEST BROM star Jay Rodriguez is the most injury-prone Premier League player of the past three seasons.
The English forward, 28, has spent no fewer than 549 days out injured, according to research from Sick Notes.
Rex Features Jay Rodriguez is the most-injured Prem player of the past three seasons
But who is YOUR team’s most crocked man? We take a look at all Premier League’s clubs and their physio favourites…
Newcastle are the most injury-hit team, with a whopping 5,172 days missed in total, spanning 137 injuries to 35 different players.
But it’s Curtis Good accounting for a huge chunk of that, missing 501 days by himself, just from the start of the 2014-15 season.
Elsewhere, a host of well-known injury flops make the list, including Luke Shaw, Danny Welbeck and Andy Carroll.
Rex Features Danny Welbeck is another of the Prem’s most-injured stars of recent years
United full-back Shaw has missed 449 days, with Welbeck and Carroll on 354 and 428 days respectively.
Stephen Ireland (494 days), Jon Flanagan (492) and Bryan Oviedo (454) are three other stars to easily crack the one-year injured barrier.
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Check out our table for the full list of the most-crocked stars from all teams to feature in the Premier League from the start of the 2014-15 season.
Of course, it’s not just days and players lost… it’s money splurged on wages while stars are injured too clubs need to consider.