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Arsenal Duo 50:50 For Juve

Cesc Fabregas and Manu Eboue both suffered minor injuries in the 5-0 drubbing of Aston Villa on Saturday, and both are a doubt for the trip to Turin.

In a brief statement after the game Wenger said,

'The negative side of the game today is that we got two injuries that we wouldn't want to have at the moment. One is Eboue with a groin problem, the second one is Fabregas with a foot problem. Both are a small 50/50 for Wednesday night. That means a 60/40 against. We'll have a scan tomorrow because [Fabregas'] foot has blown up, that's not the best sign. He got a kick, I think it was McCann. Eboue, who did his groin, played like [former Brazil international] Garrincha on the right side. He didn't stop going forward.'

It would be a huge blow to lose both players as they have both come on leaps and bounds over the last few games.

Eboue would probably the biggest loss as we already have so many inury worries in defence.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday April 2 2006

Time: 11:43PM

Your Comments

Actually your lying, he rated them 40-60 %.
Ollie Sheehan
That will be a huge blow to our campaign, even if it is only 1 game. Cesc has become more and more influential through the season.
simmy8_2000
Actually I'm lying?!?! Does it say 50:50 in there?? Yes it does!! So I quoted Wenger so how is it a lie??HHMM??
Rocky7
Have yo go with Rocky on this one, the latest Arsene has given is 50-50
jsimmon6
Its true. 50/50. also check Arsenal.com if you don't beleive us!!!
itsup4grabsnow
It'll be a blow if Fabregas and Eboue aren't available for the Juvetus game, but I still think we can go through without them.
pitythefool
Well both are fit so there is no need to do it without them.
simmy8_2000
I'm sure with all the classy players you have you'll be fine!
book_me_browning
Fabregas and eboue are in the squad!! Check www.arsenal.com, or itll likley be put on here soon.
gunner-minesh
 

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