Arsenal manager Updates on Injury ahead of Brentford Clash

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Arsenal manager takes his side on Brentford in the Premier League this Sunday, looking to secure all three points and close the gap on league-leaders Manchester City. Who are currently one point clear at the top.

Injury Updates

Prior to this weekend’s Premier League matchup against Brentford. Arsenal has received two significant injury boosts: Gabriel Jesus and Martin Odegaard are expected to be available. After missing time due to a hamstring injury, Jesus made a comeback during the international break. On Wednesday night, he played the entire ninety minutes for Brazil in their 1-0 loss to Argentina.
Prior to the Tyneside loss, during a training session. Gunners skipper Odegaard took a ball to the face, missing his team’s 1-0 loss at Newcastle United earlier this month. After having a concussion evaluated, the 24-year-old missed the next two games against Sevilla and Burnley. He then failed a fitness test before the match against the Magpies.

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In addition, the former Real Madrid midfielder was coping with an unrelated hip issue. He did, however, resume training during the international break.

Mikel Arteta’s team, which will be without injured players Jurrien Timber, Thomas Partey, and Emile Smith Rowe for Saturday’s trip to the Gtech Community Stadium, will benefit greatly from the duo’s return to full health. London is aware that the gifted playwright won’t return until the following month.

Right-back Ben White, who missed the encounter against Burnley, is being evaluated before to the meeting in west London. is aware that the adaptable defender was dealing with a personal muscle problem.
Following the 5-0 triumph over the Clarets, Arteta responded to a question on White by saying, “He wasn’t comfortable in training yesterday.” He didn’t appear normal. Ben won’t offer you much, though. He always wants to be on the pitch and conceal anything that may be there.

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