Premier League injury table: How Aston Villa and Wolves compare to Man Utd, Liverpool, Spurs, Chelsea & more

The likes of Pedro Neto and Tyrone Mings have both missed large periods for Wolves and Aston Villa respectively.

In the opening few weeks of pre-season, Aston Villa were hit with a costly double blow as both Tyrone Mings and Emi Buendia were ruled out for the entire season with ACL injuries.

However, despite these setbacks and various other injuries along the way, Villa are on course for what could arguably be described as their best season in the 21st century and one of their most successful in the Premier League era.

Likewise, Wolves, who many tipped for the drop at the start of the season after Julen Lopetegui injury, have been able to enjoy a successful top-flight campaign whilst navigating their way through injuries to star performers such as Hwang Hee-Chan, Matheus Cunha and Pedro Neto at various stages of the year.

All together, Wolves and Aston Villa players have missed a combined 156 days to injury, but how do the pair compare to their Premier League rivals. Here’s all you need to know, courtesy of data from transfermarkt.

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