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Injury Update: No New Worries, 3 Could Return

Arsene Wenger has delivered the pre-match injury news ahead of the final league game of the season at Carrow Road.

For what seems like the first time in a million years, there are no new injury worries going into our next and final league game, which can only be good news leading up to the cup final.

Wenger gave the news in his pre-match presser.

"We have everybody available who played against West Brom. We could have the return of Ramsey, he's available again. Wilshere could be in the squad for Sunday as well."

"Kieran Gibbs will be back in the squad as well. He is in normal training at the moment."

"Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will still be out."


When quizzed if The Ox would be fit for the cup final, he replied. "I don`t know yet. He has not at all practised with the first team."


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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 10 2014

Time: 3:54PM

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The injury gods must be fatigued; a long season for them as well.
NYArse
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10/05/2014 18:42:00

Well I tweaked my back last week, still painful I may be able to manage a few bevvies & snacks for the Norwich game. I'm fine a bit of light training under the manager (My Mrs) who made me go to Tesco's. Couldn't find any training cones so I had to improvise with the pensioners cluttering up the aisles.
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