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How Arsenal 'May Line-up Vs Spurs With Injury Concerns' On Partey, Kieran, Zinchenko & Tomiyasu

Arsenal are looking forward to this weekend London derby with Tottenham Hotspur set to take a short trip to Emirates Stadium. A game which Arteta is desperate for three points to keep his side still top of the Premier League table.

Currently with 18 points after seven matches with Manchester City coming second in the table. Arteta only losing to United in a recent 3-1 scoreline at the Old Trafford in a Premier League game.

Meanwhile as per The Express the Gunners had Partey miss the Ghana against Brazil friendly due to knee injury. And now a well playing midfielder is back again in London Colney for more assessment by the club doctors.

However Kieran Tierney picked up a head knock as the Scotland side played Ireland and his back at Emirates Stadium. So is their left-back Tomiyasu available at the club. As Japanese national team claimed it was 'club circumstances' that cut short his two-week International duty.

The publication is not sure of Zinchenko fitness level after their summer signing missing previous matches for Arsenal due to a knee injury. We take a look into how Arsenal may line-up when Conte's men take to the Emirates turf on Saturday.

In between the sticks we may see Aaron Ramsdale and the last line of defence having Ben White, Gabriel Magalhaes, William Saliba and Cedric. A midfield of Xhaka, Fabio Vieira and Martin Odegaard who made his appearance for Norway in this break. A huge boost to Arteta after the latter recently was absent when Arsenal took on Brentford due to an injury.

An attacking trio of Saka who has been rested by Southgate as England played host to Germany in this week friendly. Jesus as a striker to score goals for the red side of London. And Gabriel Martinelli to play on the wing position for the home side as Smith Rowe may start from the bench.

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