Sport Theo Walcott lies injured on the pitch in Arsenal's FA Cup victory over Tottenham

The Gunners are continuing to defy expectations that they will fall away in the Premier League title race despite a merry-go-round of injuries and knocks to key players

Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna

Bacary Sagna nearing return for Arsenal

Bacary Sagna will not be rushed back into action for Arsenal, but is determined to return stronger from his long injury lay-off.

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Olivier Giroud celebrates scoring the 1st Arsenal goal with Santi Cazorla.

Arsenal have a 'very interesting role' in the Premier League title race says Olivier Giroud

Olivier Giroud feels Arsenal can play a “very interesting role” in the Barclays Premier League title race.

Jack Wilshere features for Arsenal under-21s

Roy Hodgson warns Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere it would be 'naive' to think he can walk back into England squad

Roy Hodgson does not expect Jack Wilshere to waltz straight back into the England team.

Lukas Podolski celebrates scoring the second Arsenal goal with Santi Cazorla during the UEFA Champions League

Lukas Podolski's opportunism for Arsenal eases burden for Steve Bould

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Lukas Podolski celebrates scoring the second Arsenal goal with Santi Cazorla during the UEFA Champions League

Gervinho on target again as Gunners shoot down Greek champions

Arsenal 3 Olympiakos 1

Diaby back for Arsenal in Europe

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.

Gibbs will be out for a month

Arsenal defender Kieran Gibbs undergoes operation

Arsenal full-back Kieran Gibbs will be sidelined for between four and five weeks after undergoing a hernia operation yesterday, manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed.

Arsenal's trio of teenagers face baptism of fire against Liverpool

Trying to second-guess the Arsenal team that will play on Saturday against Liverpool, once you take injuries and suspensions into account – not to mention recent and impending departures – is no simple task. When Arsène Wenger sits down to discuss his options at his press conference tomorrow lunchtime he will hope for some good news on those recovering from injury because otherwise he is down to the bare bones.

Arsene Wenger waits on Uefa verdict

Arsene Wenger will find out by tomorrow evening whether he will be charged by UEFA for breaching the conditions of his touchline ban by making contact with the Arsenal bench during last night's 1-0 win over Udinese.

Arsene Wenger could face action for communicating with Arsenal bench

Arsene Wenger cut a frustrated figure up in the Emirates Stadium stands after watching Arsenal labour to a 1-0 win in the first-leg of their Champions League play-off against Udinese last night.

Phil Jagielka snub shows Arsenal's fading appeal

The Everton defender Phil Jagielka remains Arsène Wenger's first choice when it comes to solving the troublesome absence of a commanding, injury-free centre-back but there are concerns that he will again reject the chance of a move to Arsenal.

Samir Nasri impresses in Arsenal friendly win

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Arsenal close to clinching Gervinho deal

Arsenal are poised to complete their first big summer transfer with the £11million signing of Ivory Coast striker Gervinho from Lille.

Spain are favourites to take Under-21 title...but don't rule out England

With Germany, Italy and Holland failing to qualify, Stuart Pearce's youngsters have reason to hope
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