Arsenal have been flying on top of the premier league table with 5 points clear off their second competitor Manchester City. The Gunners have been remarkable in their performance losing only 3 times and 3 draws on their 25 matches so far.
However, The North London Club have been set back by injuries with the likes of Gabriel Jesus and Smith Rowe missing major part of the first leg competition.
According to the latest report from Football.london writer Kaya Kaynak's tweet, Mikel Arteta revealed that Arsenal super star Jorginho was ill but currently filling fine.
With the likes of Thomas Partey back to his fitness, there is a slim chance that former Chelsea midfielder will feature in tomorrow's first team start after illness recovery despite having proved to have the capability of replacing Thomas Partey when there is need to.
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