Arsenal are looking forward to welcome Tottenham Hotspur in this weekend at the Emirates Stadium for Premier League game in a tough north London derby. According to football.london the red's of London have some Injury concerns on some players.
According to the Express, Thomas Partey missed his national team, Ghana friendly against Brazil due to a knee injury. And his back at London Colney being assessed before weekend. So is a well experienced left-back Kieran Tierney picked up head knock in Scotland 2-1 win against Ireland last Saturday and his back at London Colney training center.
While Tomiyasu is at Emirates Stadium earlier than expected as the Japanese national team claimed it's 'club circumstances' as it's not clear. If he will be available for selection against Conte's side.
But good news to Londoners in red as Martin Odegaard was as well involved in Norway International fixtures after previously in a blow to Arteta he missed Arsenal against Brentford. And their summer signing from Manchester City, Zinchenko is expected to be available for next tough encounter as per same report.
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