Saturday, 16 January 2016

Latest Arsenal Injury News: Arsenal Star A Doubt for Sunday's Clash


Arsenal will travel to the Britannia Stadium on Sunday and ahead of the clash, the Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has given the latest injury updates.

First on the list is a positive one. From the Liverpool game which ended in a 3-3 draw, there were no casualties meaning everyone who featured in that tie is eligible to appear on the team sheet tomorrow.

As for Mohamed Elneny who recently completed his transfer to the Emirates Stadium, there is a chance for him. However, it has not yet been decided if he will make his debut against Stoke City.

Alexis Sanchez has resurfaced. The Chilean international has been doing some ball work all through the week but his inclusion in our next Premier League game will depend on his fitness level after Saturday. The manager says he has a 60-40 chance to play. The Frenchman is not willing to take any gamble. As for me, I will like to see the forward only after he is totally fit. Taking a risk at this time may end up in something more serious. Remember, the season is not yet near its close. Oh! We are even playing against a rugby team. He should just stay out.

The Little Mozat Tomas Rosicky will not be available for Sunday as it has been so long he played first team football. Even though he had been training with the first team for some weeks now, the manager  still feels he needs more of that and if possible play some fitness-reviving games at the lower level, maybe with the Arsenal Under-21.

With all the information provided above, one should be able to figure out how our team will be on Sunday. I hope we leave with nothing less than three points. We need back to back wins if we are to win the Premier League. Arsenal ti take over (Arsenal has taken over).

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