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Key quartet return for Arsenal

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will be able to welcome back four key players from injury for tomorrow's Barclays Premier League clash with Blackburn.

Trapattoni puts emphasis on attack

The Republic of Ireland have become used to bitter disappointment in recent years, losing in the play-offs for a series of tournaments. Presented with what seemed an excellent chance to qualify directly for Euro 2012 they are already in danger of being subjected to another eliminator, at best.

Nicklas Bendtner set for swift return after injury scare

Nicklas Bendtner's ankle injury is not as bad as first feared and the Arsenal striker could yet feature in Denmark's Euro 2012 qualifier against Norway this weekend.

Evra: Time to forget World Cup strike saga

Patrice Evra wants to "turn the page" on his role in France's World Cup revolution as he returns to the squad for the first time since. It is a stance that Laurent Blanc, France's coach, readily agrees with as he seeks to open a new chapter in French football, but the fallout from the extraordinary events of last summer continue to dog his side despite an improvement in results.

Arsenal wait on Nicklas Bendtner injury scare

Denmark maintain it is too early to say whether Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner's ankle injury will prove serious.

Back trouble hurts Arsenal title challenge

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Lee Dixon: Bendtner must back up big talk with big performances

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Javier Mascherano dismisses Arsenal complaints

Barcelona midfielder Javier Mascherano insists his side were deserving winners of their Champions League last-16 tie with Arsenal.

Bendtner up front about lead role at Nou Camp

Nicklas Bendtner has never suffered from a shortage of confidence over what he sees as his role in the Arsenal team and after his three goals against Leyton Orient on Wednesday night in his side's FA Cup fifth-round replay he said that leading the line against Barcelona in four days' time would hold no fears for him.

Nicklas Bendtner happy with Arsenal form

Arsenal's hat-trick hero Nicklas Bendtner feels he is finding form at just the right time as the injury-hit Gunners look to show they have come of age by knocking Champions League favourites Barcelona out of Europe next week.

Arsenal have moved on from Carling Cup defeat claims Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal have now put their Carling Cup final woe behind them and are on course for success this season.

Alex McLeish 'We weren't given a prayer but we never stopped believing'

Birmingham manager praises players' courage and impact of Martins after cup triumph

Birmingham's glory leaves Arsenal to face defining run

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