Arsenal Boss Mikel Arteta has provided huge boost for Gunners ahead of tomorrow Premier League against Brighton after confirming that duo Takehiro Tomiyasu & Emile Smith Rowe trained at London Colney with the first team. Takehiro will be available for selection against Brighton while Smith Rowe will wait until next month for consideration as he is undergoing rehabilitation and recovering from an injury. Brighton Stars were pictured also training ahead of their Premier league block buster clash against Arsenal.
Chelsea stars trained at Cobham ahead of the EPL fixture against Nottingham Forest on 1st January against Nottingham Forest with stars like Kovacic and Ziyech returning from World Cup break.
Wolves trained hard ahead of their Premier League encounter against the great Man United who welcomed duo Victor Lindelof and Diogo Dalot at Carrington ahead of tomorrow game.
Man United legend Michael Carrick has transformed Middlesbrough since joining the club at position 22 in the Championship and now are 6th fighting for Premier League Promotion.
Thomas Partey goal against Tottenham Hotspurs has won Arsenal goal of the year with 51% of total votes by Gunners fans.
Arsenal legend and Ex-Netherlands star Marc Overmars has been hospitalized after suffering a mild stroke as Royal Antwerp issued statement confirming that their director of Football is currently recovering and doing well in Hospital.
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