Updated Arsenal team news: Key man returns but up to five will miss Wolves

Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang is back in full training as he looks to make his return to action for Arsenal, but we could have five others sidelined against Wolves.

Two players are already confirmed as unavailable, with Mat Ryan yet to recover from the knock he picked up in training, while Kieran Tierney also misses out. The Scottish left-back is still struggling with discomfort in his right leg, but is continually being assessed.

While there is good news on Aubameyang, who returns to the squad having left his bubble to deal with personal issues to do with his mother’s health, and he has now completed all the necessary protocols in order to join up with his team-mates ahead of the clash with Wolves.

While some may have been hoping for good news on Bukayo Saka’s return to action, we will continue to wait on that. Our young gun has returned to full training having dealt with a sore hip, but is being assessed in hope of becoming available in time to play.

Arsenal.com reports the same for both Dani Ceballos and Pablo Mari, who are also being assessed in hope they return to availability in time for Wolves tomorrow, as they look to return from calf injuries.

Will Aubz be able to kick on after his brace against Newcastle?


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  1. Aubameyang.

    Martinelli. Odegaard. Pepe.

    Xhaka. Partey.

    Cedric. Gabriel. Luiz. Bellerin.


    Lacazette, Smith-Rowe and Saka need more rest. They can come in second half.

  2. Mari may be available 2morrow cuz Arsenal can remit £1m 2 Flamengo 4rm the money realized 4rm AMN’s loan . If he does play, I pray he be partnered with Luis. Experience & boldness will be needed at the Mollineux.

  3. I am sure Holding and Luis will start against Wolves, and deservedly so after their excellent performances against Man Utd.

  4. Bejesus – I’ve just realised that the game is TOMORROW night! This club is running/ruining (delete where applicable) my life. Have I got time to shave, feed the cat? I think I may have a stress fracture because I have no time to recover between (armchair) games..
    Can’t say I’m not loving it – imagine how boring it will be next season when we may have to wait 7 days for our next fix!

    1. Wall to wall TV football certainly makes evening lockdown bearable. All we need now is even more games to kick off every 2/3 hours from 10am.
      BTW, I too have a cat and he really doesn’t mind if I don’t shave.

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