Almunia to miss Arsenal clash

Lukasz Fabianski will start in goal for Arsenal in their Champions League encounter at Partizan Belgrade tomorrow night after Manuel Almunia was ruled out with an elbow injury.

Wenger defends Almunia after yet another blunder

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Spurs pay penalty as Nasri ensures Carling Cup win

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Wenger has faith in Fabianski

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has called on Lukasz Fabianski to repay his faith and prove he is a "world-class goalkeeper" by helping dump north London rivals Tottenham out of the Carling Cup tonight.

Arsenal need 'killer instinct' says Almunia

Manuel Almunia feels Arsenal must develop a "killer instinct" in front of goal if they are to sustain a genuine title challenge this season.

Wenger fears 'rugby' match against Blackburn

Arsene Wenger is fully prepared for Arsenal to face another physical test at Blackburn on Saturday - but maintains it is the referee's responsibility to stop the match descending into "rugby".

Nasri faces month on sidelines with injury

Arsenal's injury worries mount as knee surgery keeps France midfielder out for next five matches

Wilshere gives Arsenal fallback for Fabregas

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Wenger demands good start from Arsenal

Arsene Wenger has challenged his young Arsenal team to come out all guns blazing when the new Barclays Premier League season kicks off at Liverpool and lay down an early marker in their quest for a first championship title since 2004.

Barça tell Fabregas: it's now or never

President flies to South Africa to pressure Wenger into agreeing transfer 'in days'

I'm counting the days until I get to the Emirates, says Chamakh

Striker 'delighted' to be joining the Gunners, having rejected big-money move to Russia

Chamakh close to Arsenal switch

Marouane Chamakh is "counting the days" until he finally becomes an Arsenal player - and intends to prove he was worth the wait.

Wenger beats the drum as Arsenal target third place

Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has called on his team to finish the season in style and secure the third-place finish that will ensure automatic qualification into next season's Champions League.

Arsenal must tighten defence says Wenger

Arsene Wenger maintains his squad is "convinced" they can last the distance in the title race next season but admits Arsenal must tighten up at the back if they are to be genuine contenders.

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