The Gunners are really struggling on pitch following their recent injuries succumbing their top form players. Just few weeks ago they were settling at position four of the league table and were having visions of joining the UEFA Champions League come next season. However, their visions looks shuttered after they lost two games in a row and their not even sure of winning the weekends match against Southampton.
The Gunners are lacking three crucial players which brings in the reason of their recent defeats. Tomiyasu who has been out with a calf injury will be back to training next week.
Thomas Partey, a very crucial midfielder of the club will also not be available in the match. With him out, Arsenal are in big trouble of conceding many goals and even not being able to reach the top four. However, he(Partey) is expected to be back sometimes next month.
Kieran Tierney is another crucial absentee for the club. The left-back suffered a knee injury and he will be out for the rest of this season.
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