Arsenal to get boost as injured players might return for next match


Arsenal may soon receive a notable injury boost. Since, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Thomas Partey are reportedly stepping up their efforts to return to full health. This indicates they could be ready for selection in the upcoming match against Sheffield United.

Mikel Arteta’s squad has coped well despite a series of injuries, with key players like Gabriel Jesus, Emile Smith Rowe, Takehiro Tomiyasu, and Fabio Vieira notably absent. Furthermore, Jurrien Timber has been in the reserve for the entirety of the season, further testing the team’s depth.

Arsenal eagerly anticipates the possible return of Zinchenko and Partey. With reports from the Evening Standard indicating both players are working hard to be ready for the team’s next match against Sheffield on Monday.

Arsenal should take a win against Sheffield in the league

Furthermore, Arsenal saw the return of Gabriel Jesus last weekend after his absence since the end of the previous month due to a knee issue. Although available as a substitute, he didn’t feature in the match, having battled a knee flare-up.

After playing matches against Porto and Newcastle within a couple of days, the squad received Sunday and Monday off.

Sheffield United conceded five goals in each of their last three home games across all matches. This sets the stage for Arsenal, who have scored three or more goals in their last four Premier League matches.

Arsenal just 2 points short of Liverpool will not entertain any losses at this stage for sure.

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