Diaby back for Arsenal in Europe
Tuesday 22 November 2011
Arsenal will have midfielder Abou Diaby (ankle) available again for
tomorrow's Champions League clash against Borussia Dortmund at Emirates
Stadium, but Thomas Rosicky (thigh) misses out.
Laurent Koscielny could continue at right-back in the absence of Carl Jenkinson (back) and Bacary Sagna (ankle).
Midfielder Ryo Miyaichi (ankle) remains out, as does Jack Wilshere (ankle) and Kieran Gibbs (hernia).
Provisional Squad: Szczesny, Koscielny, Vermaelen, Mertesacker, Santos, Walcott, Song, Ramsey, Arteta, van Persie, Gervinho, Fabianski, Arshavin, Coquelin, Chamakh, Djourou, Benayoun, Diaby.
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