Posted on November 17, 2015 by ADMIN

Arsenal to be boosted by striker’s early injury return

Arsenal fans and Arsene Wenger will be hoping and praying that this early return from injury for one of the currently crocked Arsenal stars will be in time for our next Premier League game, which is away to the struggling West Bromwich Albion side managed by Tony Pulis.

I would say that it looks pretty good for the name of Theo Walcott being at least in the matchday squad for that game on Saturday, because the England international forward was originally thought to be due back in action only a week or two after the international break finishes and the domestic football begins again.

So if the report in the Evening Standard is correct and Walcott is set for an earlier return to action than first thought then it would be either the West Brom match this weekend or the trip to face Norwich City next weekend.

Either one would be a great boost for Arsenal, especially after the worrying news that our brilliant Chilean Alexis Sanchez may have picked up a knock on international duty and the rumours earlier this week that Theo himself may have suffered a setback on his path to recovery.

Until we get Alexis and Walcott back though, will Giroud and Campbell be able to keep the title race on track?

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7 thoughts on “Arsenal to be boosted by striker’s early injury return

  1. Fatboy Gooney

    I would be amazed if Walcott is available for the WBA game,
    But According to physio room. Com,
    Walcott’s return date is the 5th of December, along with Ramsey and jack should be bsck on the 12th of December.

    As we don’t get much detail or updates from AFC,
    The above is the most reliable source regarding injurie updates.

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  2. G-Rude

    Maybe The Ox will replace Campbell as he is certain to be back…apparently!

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  3. Greg

    Im praying that alexis return to us fit, healthy and in his best form! He will be very important to us over the hectic festive period, where the fixtures will be coming fast and furious!

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  4. Okayblack

    Better that Theo will take time, heal properly, then be very fit, than rush back &maybe suffer a recurrence of d injury. Get back well &better Boys…
    GOYG, COYG….

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