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The Gunners have recovered from their opening day defeat to Aston Villa and defensive pair will be offered contract extensions as a reward for their good form

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Lukas Podolski backed to lead the attack for Arsenal by Arsene Wenger

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Jack Wilshere celebrates scoring against Swansea on Wednesday to complete his rehabilitation

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Arsenal midfielder's drive and determination drawing comparisons with Liverpool captain

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Steve Bould and Arsene Wenger

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