ARSENAL CRISIS: Why Manchester United Might Beat Arsenal

This weekend EPL matches have one of the biggest clash between Manchester United and Arsenal FC. Arsenals 22-year-old player, is  suffering both knee and ankle damage after the
Champions League defeat to Barcelona on Tuesday, and is set to miss important England friendly matches against Germany and the Netherlands next month.

Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will be out for a few weeks with an “entirely genuine” knee harm, administrator Arsene Wenger has said.

Oxlade-Chamberlain was harmed in a substantial crash with Barcelona’s Javier Mascherano in the principal portion of the Gunners’ 2-0 Champions Association rout at the Emirates on Tuesday.

He was experiencing filters on Friday to decide the degree of the issue. Be that as it may, Wenger told a news gathering in front of his side’s excursion to Manchester United on Sunday: “His harm is very genuine and keeps him out for a couple of weeks.

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“He is counseling an expert. He has harmed his knee. Ideally we will have uplifting news, yet he’s out for a couple of weeks. To what extent precisely, I don’t have the foggiest idea.”
Oxlade-Chamberlain attempted to play on after half-time however limped off, what’s more, Wenger included: “How about we trust that we get uplifting news and that it’s just a few weeks and not six or seven.”

Munititions stockpile stay confident that he has not endured ligament harm in the test, which Wenger said had seen him “cut in two by Mascherano.”

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In any case, the chief focused on: “I don’t think it was a malignant tackle. It was a completely dedicated tackle, however it didn’t look vindictive.”
Wenger likewise affirmed that guard Gabriel Paulista would have wellness tests on Friday and Saturday to see whether he will be after missing three recreations with a hamstring harm.

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