Europa League: Arsenal have been boosted with return of Saka, Xhaka and Smith-Rowe ahead Slavia Prague But David Luiz and Tierney are out for weeks - Report Minds Europa League: Arsenal have been boosted with return of Saka, Xhaka and Smith-Rowe ahead Slavia Prague But David Luiz and Tierney are out for weeks | Report Minds

Europa League: Arsenal have been boosted with return of Saka, Xhaka and Smith-Rowe ahead Slavia Prague But David Luiz and Tierney are out for weeks

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Arsenal will hope to bounce back from a disappointing outing against Liverpool in the Premier League when they host Slavia Prague.

If you recall that the Gunners lost 3-0 against The Reds in a game which Mikel Arteta were out played on every department all through the 90 minutes.

But this Thursday, the Gunners are back in Europa League when they play their quarter-final first leg against Slavia Prague at the Emirates stadium.
The game is expected to kick off at 8pm GMT. 

Ahead of the game, Arsenal have been handed some fitness boost with likes og Granit Xhaka, Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith-Rowe reportedly back in training.

The trio missed the defeat to Liverpool on Saturday night but are now back in the training.

Granit Xhaka wasn't available after he returned from the international break for Switzerland feeling unwell. It's been gathered that he's back and available for Mikel Arteta selection. 
Bukayo Saka, 19, who has been one of Arsenal's best player this season reportedly withdrew from England's international break due to hamstring. 
But the youngster is back in full training as he has recovered from the injury. 
Emile Smith Rowe has also joined the rest of his team mates. The 20 years old reportedly suffered a thigh injury while playing for England's U21's. 

It's now been gathered that Smith-Rowe who has shown great prospect this season is expected to start against Slavia Prague. 

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Meanwhile, David Luiz is among the players who are unavailable. The Brazilian underwent a small procedure on his right knee. He is now rehabilitating and he's expected to be out for couple of weeks.
Martin Odegaard might be rested because the Norway youngster has been experiencing discomfort to his right ankle. 

Although Odegaard has been enjoying his football in London since he joined Arsenal on loan from Real Madrid. 
Arsenal's full back, Kieran Tierney has  sustained ligament damage to his left knee. 

If you recall that the full back was forced off during Saturday’s match against Liverpool in the first half. 

Although, Tierney will not be require a surgery but will be back in full training within four to six weeks.

 

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