Arsenal gets huge injury boost ahead of the Tottenham game

Arsenal has been handed a boost on the injury front ahead of their match against Tottenham when domestic football returns.

The Gunners have been in fine form this season and they will head into that game with six wins from seven league games.

Spurs have also made a great start to the term and the winner of that match will start the new week above their rival.

The Gunners are overachieving, considering their last campaign, but the game against Spurs will test them.

Arsenal’s last game against Brentford ended in a 3-0 victory for them, but some of their key players missed it.

Martin Odegaard and Oleksandr Zinchenko were unavailable because of injury and they joined other long-term absentees on the sidelines.

However, Football London reveals both players as well as Reiss Nelson and Cedric Soares are now fit to play.

They could all be in the squad when Arsenal faces Spurs at the start of next month.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Having our key players fit and available increases our chance of beating Tottenham.

The Lilywhites have undoubted quality and the game would be very close.

However, if our players stay in shape, we should beat them and secure the points.

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Tags Cedric Soares Martin Odegaard Oleksandr Zinchenko Reiss Nelson

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  1. If Odegaard is fit now he will play in the Norway friendlies in the next 10 days. Hope he comes back as fit as he left.
    As for Zim, I think it’s too late for him to join his national team.

  2. We need to keep our first 11 against Spur and Liverpool .
    Against Spurs is a must win game .
    Even a draw would not be agood result for us .

  3. Its great all our guys are coming back and fit to play.
    We have a busy schedule and that means we can rest our strong 11 for the league games and not play them in europa league

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