English Premier League has many defenders who try their best to make sure that their teams don't conceive many goals as this might lead the team not to win any title or honours.
The following is a list of English Premier League defenders who might miss to play this weekend.
1). He is Harry Maguire.
This is the all time reliable defender of Manchester United. He got an injury when they were playing against Aston Villa football club last weekend. This might make him not play the coming Game they will be playing against Everton football club.
2). James Reece.
He is the Chelsea Football Club defender who is among the best defenders in Chelsea squad. He also got an injury when they were playing against Manchester City last weekend. He always defends well. He makes accurate passes and crosses to Strikers for them to score goals. Chelsea FC might also miss his function.
3). Luke Shaw.
He is the Manchester United defender, fullback 3. He plays well. He also got injured when they were playing against Aston Villa.
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