Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah expected to be fit for Arsenal clash

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah expected to be fit for Arsenal clash

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah expected to be fit for Arsenal clash

Arsenal have been drawn against north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals.

The Gunners will also be without Konstantinos Mavropanos and Laurent Koscielny, as the wait for the duo goes on.

Wenger, in a separate interview with talkSPORT radio, was asked if Arsenal could win the Premier League this season, having last been crowned champions of England under him in the 2003/04campaign.

Emery insists the youngster was unlucky to see red.

After a hard start to the season, Cech suffered a hamstring injury in the win over Watford last month and was only named on the bench following his return to fitness in the 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace in Arsenal's last game on Sunday.

Ahead of the new season, rule changes included suspensions from League Cup matches only being served in future League Cup games-but this was only for yellow card accumulations rather than outright reds. Hector Bellerin had to be subbed off on Sunday, and it appears that Granit Xhaka may be asked to deputize at left-back once again.

Arsenal face Liverpool this weekend in the Premier League with both teams in red-hot form at the start of this current campaign. Nacho Monreal, Sead Kolasinac and Konstantinos Mavropanos all remain out.

The 26-year-old joined Swiss side Basel in 2012, and then moved to Chelsea - who beat Liverpool to his signature - two years later.

As an aside to the injury and suspension worries for Arsenal, Unai Emery will have to consider Jurgen Klopp's recent tactical switch, mirroring the 4-2-3-1 which the Spaniard himself favours.

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