Arsenal’s injury update with Willian back in full training

Arsenal has released an update on the fitness of their players ahead of their Europa League match against Dundalk on Thursday.

The Gunners will take on the Irish side in their second Europa League group game of the season.

The Gunners beat Rapid Wien away from home in their first group game and they know that they have to build on that in this match.

There is generally good news for the Gunners on the injury front, here is what the fitness update from the club looks like:

Rob Holding, who strained his hamstring just before Arsenal’s match against Manchester City is making good progress in his recovery and the report claims that he will be back to full training in the next week.

David Luiz had a thigh issue in Arsenal’s last game and the report claims that he will miss tomorrow’s match, but he is being assessed ahead of the game against Manchester United at the weekend.

Willian had a slight issue with his calf, but the club has confirmed that he has resumed full training and he is available for selection.

Calum Chambers is back in full training, but he is not match-fit yet. Pablo Mari has stepped up his recovery and he hopes to be back in full training after the November international break.

Gabriel Martinelli has now started running outside and he hopes to be back before the year runs out.

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14 Comments

  1. Abu says:

    Please any body as our second CB but Mustafi.

  2. Sue says:

    Well, the Mancs won big, Rashford hat trick, another penalty… so much for their dire home form! Just in time for our visit!

    Just saw this on twitter:
    “Arsenal starting Mustafi against a Manchester United side that have won more penalties this season than we’ve had shots on target in 2020 and that’s just beaten RB Leipzig 5-0 is going to be the death of me.”

    1. Kstix says:

      😂😂😂Super hilarious. For that game, I’ll only hope for the best and expect the worst. We might be the first London team man utd will beat this season

      1. Sue says:

        Leicester ended a 47 year run without a win. No reason we can’t do the same with our 14 year run, is there?! 🤐

        1. Kstix says:

          Every year we always think. This is the year we’d do it. Even when utd were woeful and we were in good form, they still managed a draw. What do you think will happen now that they’re in good form and we’re not? Best not to keep one’s hopes up. If we win great, if we lose, unto the next one

          1. Sue says:

            I’ve predicted 2-2… thought about 2-1 to them, but went with a draw… hopefully I won’t rue my decision 🤣

          2. Kstix says:

            😂😂👍 As it stands, punters will be making a killing on Manchester utd to win or draw and put alot of quid on it.

  3. Declan says:

    We need a decent performance before playing United who scored 5 tonight. Rashford hat trick reminded me of Nic Anelka in his pomp.

    1. Kstix says:

      Even if we do, the quality of opposition man utd faced is way above who we’re playing. I just hope we turn up on Sunday but I’ll just expect the worst so I don’t get disappointed while hoping for the best

  4. gunnerforlife says:

    Anybody but Mustafi for the Manks game. Hope it is either Louis or Chambers prtnering Gabriel. As for the game tonight, it should be a easy win unless Arsenal complicate things. We should be in good form and high spirits for the Manks game.

    1. Kstix says:

      Isn’t that the story of our lives now? Complicating things. Sigh

    2. Declan says:

      Gabs and Mustafi are our only two fit centre backs.

  5. YULLIA says:

    What about bukayo saka

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