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Late Fitness Test Awaits Henry

Thierry Henry's involvement in tomorrow's clash against United rests on the results of a late fitness test.

Speaking to arsenal.com the legend said he was hopeful of shaking his calf problem so he could play a part in the game, and rekindle his battle with Paul Scholes.

'United always had many amazing players, but whenever we faced them we were always, always scared of what Paul Scholes could do. Ask anyone from that old Arsenal team, they will tell you the same. For me he was so underrated. For me he is one of the best midfielders I have ever seen.'

At the ripe age of 37, thankfully Scholes isn't the same player so Henry can relax and look forward to a hattrick I would hope.

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Writer: Arsenal Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday January 21 2012

Time: 8:40PM

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