Thursday, 5 November 2015

BAD NEWS: Arsenal Get More Injuries Ahead of North-London Derby

BAD NEWS: Arsenal Get More Injuries Ahead of North-London Derby

Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has dished out injury updates ahead of his side's game against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.

Things seem to be getting worse for the Gunners as they are now set to miss two of their first team players after having previously lost eight to fitness issues. They will go into the North-London derby without ten of their stars.

The latest duo to book a place on the medical table are Hector Bellerin and Laurent Koscielny who were unavailable for Wednesday night's clash against Bayern Munich. Bellerin did not travel to germany but Koscielny who did only made the bench and ended up being an unused substitute.

The two defenders are now likely to miss our coming game in the Premier League, according to Wenger who revealed they are doubts for that crucial encounter.

“We now focus on the championship on Sunday and turn up with a different performance, we are in a strong position in the league because if we play like we did today, we are going nowhere,” Wenger said after the Bayern Munich loss..

“Bellerin I don’t think will be available for Sunday and Koscielny has a small chance. From tonight, we have no more injuries, apart from in their heads we have no more injuries.”

Bellerin sustained a groin injury against Swansea City last Saturday while Koscielny's is a hip problem. Other absentees include Aaron Ramsey, Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Danny Welbeck, Tomas Rosicky, David Ospina.

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