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Aston Villa 1 Arsenal 2: Tomas Rosicky suffers suspected broken nose during short appearance

Arsene Wenger confirms he does not know if Rosicky broke his nose in a clash with Gabriel Agbonlahor and also confirms that Nacho Monreal may have broken a metatarsal in his foot

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in action for the Arsenal Under-21s against Fulham on Thursday night
Theo Walcott celebrates after giving Arsenal the lead in their 3-1 win over West Ham

West Ham 1 Arsenal 3 match report: Theo Walcott calms Arsene Wenger fears as Arsenal come back to win

Cole gave Hammers the lead with Arsenal string a fourth-straight match without a win in the face before Walcott and Podolski sent them back to the top

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The Gunners' squad are given the night off to celebrate their Christmas party in style

Everton players celebrate their win over Manchester United after Bryan Oviedo's (C) late winner

Arsenal v Everton: Mikel Arteta happy for Everton but can't wait to get one over them in Premier League clash

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Olivier Giroud after scoring Arsenal's second goal

Arsenal 2 Hull City 0: Do the Gunners even need to sign a striker in January?

Wenger tried to bring Suarez and Higuain to the Emirates this summer, but with his midfielders in fine goalscoring form he may wish to strengthen elsewhere if at all following an impressive start to the season

Arsene Wenger has urged his team to continue their winning habits after seeing Manchester United succumb to a 1-0 defeat to Everton

Manchester United remain in the Premier League title race, insists Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

The Gunners' boss has urged his side to keep up their winning habits after stretching lead over the reigning champions to 12 points

Aaron Ramsey has drawn praise from both Arsene Wenger and Malky Makay ahead of this weekend's clash between Cardiff and Arsenal

Cardiff v Arsenal: 'Massive' Aaron Ramsey integral to Arsene Wenger's plans to remain at the top of the Premier League

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Jack Wilshere. Restored to line-up after bench-warming spells for club and country. One forceful run halted by Beausejour and stung hands of Bravo from outside area. 7

World Cup 2014: Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere will not take England place for granted

The 21-year-old's place in the Gunners' midfield is not guaranteed

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Roberto Martinez tells Ross Barkley to focus on Everton ahead of game against Liverpool

The midfielder could have his attention taken by the World Cup

Manchester United v Arsenal: Wojciech Szczesny wants to end 'perfect week' with victory at Old Trafford after Dortmund success

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Arsene Wenger warns his Arsenal side cannot take a 'little breather' in the hunt to end their trophy drought

Big week for the Gunners with trips to Borussia Dortmund and Manchester United

Steven Gerrard wants England to beat Montenegro and Poland to secure their qualification for the 2014 World Cup

World Cup qualifiers: Steven Gerrard targets two victories to avoid repeating failure to qualify for Euro 2008

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Marseilles 1 Arsenal 2 match report: Theo Walcott and Aaron Ramsey show Gunners are in rude health despite long injury list

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