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Both Emmanuel Adebayor and Emmanuel Eboue face fitness tests ahead of Arsenal`s trip up to 'Boro.

Eboue suffered an ankle injury during the 2-2 draw with Spu*s last week while Adebayor picked up a knee injury during the 3-1 demolition of spurs on Wednesday.

Speaking after the victory over Spurs Wenger said: "Adebayor has been touched at his knee." We will see how he reacts later.

"Eboue had a test this morning and will have one tomorrow morning. We`ll make a decision after training then."

Meanwhile William Gallas (thigh), Freddie Ljungberg (hamstring), Alex Hleb (hamstring) and Julio Baptistia (groin) will all miss the game with Boro.


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Writer:Nick Simmonett
Date:Thursday February 1 2007
Time: 7:22PM

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FFS, what is it with all the injuries? It appeared that that had all blown over when we got 99% of our squad fit, and that lasted all of one game. Now we only have two fit strikers. Aliadiere, it's your time to shine son!
Rocky7
01/02/2007 19:35:00
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It must be the blinking weather in North London mate
rads
01/02/2007 20:04:00
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im glad Adebayor is out, we will likely play Ali on the right of a 451 with TH14 up front Saturday - shame Baptista is out i would love to see how him and Henry do together for 90 minutes
bootoo
01/02/2007 20:14:00
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damn are we ever going to have a fit striker . . . possible strike line up could be henry and his understudy . . .walcott! or aliadiere
abdleb
01/02/2007 20:24:00
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does anyone have any news on traore,i heard it was really bad,not as bad as cashleys hole though
fran merida
01/02/2007 20:57:00
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For Eboue, Hoyte is doing well tho. Ade is the one we must worry about, as he is such hard working felow.
vitdacnet
01/02/2007 20:58:00
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bootoo, you're glad adebayor is out?!?! WTF?
G4L
01/02/2007 21:37:00
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I hope denilson gets a chance on play on the right against boro since he did really well against sp*rs.
thenry009
01/02/2007 22:31:00
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I actually think it will be fun to see TH14 and Alialialialialialiadaire up front together for a game. They both have pace and skill, I could really see defenders put under pressure with some long runs and one-twos.
devvil
01/02/2007 23:58:00
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These late injury news ain't good. Why is Gallas' "mysterious" injury dragging on for this long?
SWPACIFIC
02/02/2007 05:29:00
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