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Odegaard, Saka, Smith Rowe, Tomiyasu, Cedric and Aubameyang – All The latest injury News 24hours ahead of Liverpool clash



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LATEST INJURY NEWS: Arsenal go head to head against Liverpool on Thursday in the caraboa cup semi final at home ground, with injury problem looming among the team.

Mikel Arteta had to request for the match against Tottenham to be postponed, due to the injury problem.

With understanding of how important the game against Liverpool is to the gunners.

Arsenal have seen some improvement with some players returning, and already training with the group.

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Let’s dive in Martin Odegaard, Arsenal’s playmaker, is almost certain to be healthy for tomorrow’s Carabao Cup match against Liverpool. After recovering from the infection, the Norwegian is back in action.

Bukayo Saka is expected to recover from a knock suffered in the final minutes of the first leg at Anfield, while Kierney and Calum Chambers are both expected to return following niggles suffered in the same encounter.

Takehiro Tomiyasu

Takehiro Tomiyasu

Takehiro Tomiyasu (calf) & Emile Smith Rowe (groin) are still doubts, although both are expected to return to action soon and will be evaluated by the club’s medical team before the Liverpool match.

Cedric Soares is still recovering from a hip injury and has yet to return to training, so the Portuguese star is almost sure to miss tomorrow’s match.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has finally returned early from the African Cup of Nations after contracting small heart lesions as a result of the virus. Before he is allowed to return to training, he will be inspected further.

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