The most-owned player in the game, at 47.7 per cent, Abraham will miss Chelsea's home fixture against West Ham United after being forced off with a hip problem during Wednesday's UEFA Champions League match against Valencia.
Frank Lampard stated in Friday's press conference that he is unsure how long the 22-year-old will be out of action.
"We'll know by the end of the weekend," said Lampard told Chelsea's official website. "He's got some pain. He won't be involved tomorrow and we will see by Monday."
With three Gameweeks taking place over the next eight days, sales of Abraham are set to escalate.
He is already the second most-sold player, with over 250,000 managers moving him on.
The upcoming schedule can help guide managers' decisions.
Seven sides have three home matches in the next four Gameweeks, including Chelsea themselves.
|BUR||CRY (H)||MCI (H)||TOT (A)||NEW (H)|
|CHE||WHU (H)||AVL (H)||EVE (A)||BOU (H)|
|LEI||EVE (H)||WAT (H)||AVL (A)||NOR (H)|
|LIV||BHA (H)||EVE (H)||BOU (A)||WAT (H)|
|MUN||AVL (H)||TOT (H)||MCI (A)||EVE (H)|
|SOU||WAT (H)||NOR (H)||NEW (A)||WHU (H)|
|WOL||SHU (H)||WHU (H)||BHA (A)||TOT (H)|
Michy Batshuayi (£6.6m) could now be set for a run of starts under Lampard, should Abraham remain sidelined beyond this weekend.
FPL's top-scoring player, Vardy has seven goals and three assists in the last five Gameweeks for Leicester City.
|Manager||Keep or sell?||Replacement|
|Holly Shand||Sell||Gabriel Jesus|
|Chuck Booth||Sell||Harry Kane|