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Martinez, Watkins, Johnson - Man United injuries compared to Aston Villa and Tottenham

The race for the Champions League is hotting up as the Premier League season heads into its final nine games of the season for Manchester United.

Erik ten Hag's side have picked up two wins in their last five and drew their last outing against strugglers Brentford after a late flurry of goals meant they both settled for a point. With another round of fixtures underway this week, United will be looking to move to within six points of Tottenham Hotspur and eight of Aston Villa in fourth - with a win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

West Ham United held Spurs at the London Stadium on Tuesday as Kurt Zouma cancelled out Brennan Johnson's opener after 20 minutes. The point meant that the Hammers moved to within three points of United, meanwhile a late Dominic Calvert-Lewin penalty denied Newcastle United the chance to move to within two points, as they sit four points behind.

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The race for the top four and the Europa League qualification place will go down to the wire with a gruelling schedule on the horizon. United returned from the international break with Saturday's draw in West London but can still make a late surge for the European places but will have to do it without some key players.

Their rivals will also face squad issues as injuries emerge across the top five chasers, here is a round-up of the injuries.

Victor Lindelof and Lisandro Martinez will be sidelined for at least another month after picking up fresh injuries.

Martinez had been out of action since early February, but returned to face Brentford last weekend. He

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