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Latest Arsenal Injury Updates on Smith-Rowe and Martin Odegaard ahead of Thursday Carabao Cup Semi-final



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Latest Arsenal injury Updates. Are Smith Rowe and Odegaard back to play on Thursday?

ARSENAL has had some injury issues recently the likes of Smith rowe and Odegaard have also been out, which saw their match against Tottenham on Sunday postponed due to the injury crisis.

With some other important players out helping their various nation in the Afcon, the team seems to be running out of options.

Let’s quickly talk on the latest Arsenal njury update for both Smith rowe, and Martin odegaard ahead of Liverpool semi-final games.

Simth Rowe.

ARSENAL highest goal socrer of the presence season, has since been out for the past two weeks, since their match against Manchester city in the premier league where they lost 2-1, simth Rowe didn’t play the full game, coming in as a substitute in the second half but eventually left the pitch injured.

The creative midfielder is still out injured and expected to miss ARSENAL Thursday match against Liverpool in the caraboa cup semi final.

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Arsenal duo, Smith Rowe and Martin Odegaard

Simth Rowe is likely to be ready to help Arsenal during their weekend match.

Martin Odegaard

The Former Madrid graduate odegaard was injured and couldn’t play against Liverpool in their first leg meeting but he seems fit and very likely to play part of the game in the second leg.

The return of Martin odegaard would be a big boost for Arteta team Against Liverpool in the the caraboa cup semi final at Emirate on Thursday.

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