Team News: 28/04/2010

Birmingham

The club have been charged by the Football Association with failing to control their players during the 1-0 defeat at Aston Villa on Sunday. Defender Stephen Carr has received a separate charge of improper conduct.

Arsenal's injury worries continue

Arsene Wenger sees little prospect of Arsenal's injury problems abating for Saturday's clash with Manchester City.

Wenger is stunned by Arsenal capitulation

Gunners squander two-goal lead against Wigan to leave title race between Chelsea and Manchester Utd

Arsenal shattered by N'Zogbia magic

Wigan Athletic 3 Arsenal 2

Wigan score three in eleven minutes to stun Arsenal

Wigan 3 Arsenal 2

Wenger faces test of his beliefs

Arsenal's policy of building from within is under intense pressure after Barça match

Brilliant Bendtner starts to turn the tide

Arsenal 2 Sunderland 0: Much-maligned striker perceived by the fans as lazy carries Arsenal to victory in first step towards silencing his critics

Walcott inspires Arsenal to win over Sunderland

Theo Walcott may not yet have secured his seat on England's World Cup plane to South Africa.

'This is your apologetic Arsenal captain speaking...'

Fabregas says sorry to fans over plane's PA system on flight back from Porto

Arsenal v Porto: Man-for-man marking

Player ratings from the Estadio do Dragao

Wenger fumes after Fabianski's blunders hand Porto advantage

Arsenal manager rages at referee as controversial goal follows keeper's glaring error

'Schoolboy' defenders fail their Portuguese test

Porto 2 Arsenal 1

Arsenal hit by injuries to Almunia and Gallas

Campbell to play first Champions League game for Gunners since 2006 final

Fuller double wrecks Campbell's big comeback

Stoke City 3 Arsenal 1: Wenger shuffles pack but plan misfires badly
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