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Rosicky Set For Arsenal Return

Tomas Rosicky is set to make his Arsenal return tomorrow against Aston Villa.

The Czech midfielder has been suffering from a groin injury for some time, but he looks to have recovered enough to play on Wednesday.

While that is fantastic news, there is also some bad news. Alex Hleb has suffered a knee injury and will miss the game.

Gael Clichy is suspended along with Kolo Toure, Manu Eboue and Manu Adebayor.

Mathieu Flamini and Justin Hoyte also return for the trip to Birmingham.

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Writer: Nick Simmonett  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 13 2007

Time: 3:02PM

Your Comments

Ah ballbags, I didn't know the Hurricane was suspended too! Looks like Gallas left back, Djourou centre? Personally, I would like to see Diaby given a start in CM.
Little Dutch
i second that call, he is a chance for some fringe players to stake a first team claim!!!wouldnt be surprised if traore played 2moro either
RVP11
Mixed news there, I like it when Rosicky AND Hleb play for us, they both bring something positive. LD - mebbe flamini at LB? He seriously needs to think abt that IMO, coz the midfield looks rich right now. I'd love to see Diaby or Denilson to start, but with Henry out, Gilb has to start/captain. Unless Arsene decides to rest Cesc.
prits
gilberto will play central with gallas, im sure wenger will want to give traore a go as he is our 2nd choice - djourou or hoyte at right back ...ballbags!
bootoo
We needed him bad on the right these last few games but its great to see him back :)
AB_Arsenal
My guess would be: Lehmann; Hoyte, Gilberto, Djourou, Gallas; Ljunberg, Denilson/Diaby/Flamini (?), Cesc, Rosicky; Walcott/Aliadiere, Baptista
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