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Gabriel Martinelli, Emile Smith Rowe – The most recent Arsenal injury update in front of Southampton clash


Mikel Arteta has a couple of injury worries in front of the Southampton match this end of the week.

The Gunners have Southampton this end of the week as they hope to return to winning ways in the PL.

The north Londoners have lost three of their last four installations, tumbling to Liverpool, United and most as of late an out-of-structure Everton side.

The Gunners at present sit seventh in the association table, five focuses behind fourth-put West Ham.

The Gunners boss will trust his side can bob back on Saturday against South Hamptonat the Emirates – a ground they have lost at just once up to this point this term.

In light of that, shakezsports.com investigates the current injury news the north Londoners need to fight with.

Smith Rowe

Emile Smith Rowe has formed into a solid first-group choice for Mikel Arteta this season, with his structure for the club in any event, acquiring a first England senior call-up and debut in the last global break.

In the excursion to Manchester United however, he experienced a slight issue with his crotch. He wasn’t sufficiently fit to return against the Toffees is as yet an uncertainty in front of Saturday.

What Mikel Arteta has said: “Smith had some distress during the match against United and we chose to take him off. He’s been developing above and beyond the most recent couple of days, so we need to delay until tomorrow to perceive how he is.”

Gabriel Martinelli

An authority injury update will be released soon however, it has since been uncovered that Martinelli experienced a hamstring issue in the game against Everton.

The seriousness alongside the area of the hamstring strain will decide how long the 21-year-old forward is down and out for.

What Arteta has said: “I don’t know for now but will update you after assessment.”

Bernd Leno

The goalkeeper missed the game with Manchester United and didn’t return for the clash against the Toffees all things considered. He got a slight crotch issue in preparing that has kept him out up until this point and once more, stays an uncertainty for the end of the week.

Sead Kolasinac

Sead Kolasinac has not had good luck on the injury front with the Gunners and that seems to have deteriorated.

After a substantial test in a World Cup qualifier against Finland as of late, the left-back must be taken away of the pitch.

The north Londoners uncovered that he has supported a ‘critical’ lower leg injury and isn’t relied upon to be good for a long time to come in any event, missing the last not many matches.

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