Tonight, Arsenal fans across the globe are now full of electrical excitement as the club warmly receives four of the senior players who make into the squad facing Liverpool at Emirates. In a match that is long awaited and shall decide the Carabao fates of both Liverpool and Arsenal, Emile Smith Rowe, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Martin Ødegaard and Thomas Partey get selected ahead of the second leg match.
Few weeks ago, Arsenal could not get their match against Tottenham Hotspurs played due to insufficient number of outfield players and hence presented their postponement request to the Premier League. Due to the prevailing concerns on injuries, AFCON and COVID-19 infections, the five listed players could not make into the squad which left Arsenal squad depth void.
However, with their appearances in the first XI tonight, Mikel Arteta has doubtlessly received a huge boost and together with the available home support, it's arguable to say that the Gunners can lay their efforts for victory tonight. What's your predictions?
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