Sport Tomas Rosicky receives treatment after catching a stray elbow off Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor during Arsenal's 2-1 victory

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

Spurs pay penalty as Nasri ensures Carling Cup win

Tottenham Hotspur 1 Arsenal 4 (aet)

Wenger faces a torrent of abuse if he serves ban at Spurs tonight

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

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was upset with the match officials after his team conceded an equaliser in the fifth minute of stoppage time at Sunderland.

Gunners fail test of killer instinct as alarm sounds over title hopes

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Liverpool confidence undamaged says Gerrard

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard insists renewed confidence at Anfield will not be damaged by Arsenal's fortuitous last-gasp equaliser in their Barclays Premier League opener.

Hodgson defends Cole and Reina

Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson refused to blame Joe Cole or Jose Reina after Arsenal snatched a last-gasp draw in their season-opener at Anfield.

Reina robs Hodgson of victory deserved by rejuvenated Reds

Liverpool 1 Arsenal 1

Arsenal scrape draw after Reina howler

Liverpool 1 Arsenal 1

Bendtner adds to Wenger's woes

Arsenal face being without three key players when they start their Premier League campaign with the difficult trip to Liverpool in just over two weeks' time. Striker Nicklas Bendtner is definitely out with a groin injury, while both Cesc Fabregas and Robin van Persie do not return to training until next Thursday after featuring in the World Cup final for Spain and the Netherlands respectively.

Arsenal hit by Bendtner injury blow

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed striker Nicklas Bendtner will miss the start of the Barclays Premier League season due to a persistent groin injury.

Walcott eyes injury-free season

Theo Walcott is desperate to have an injury-free season to show just what he can do - both for Arsenal and England.

Arshavin and van Persie to start as Arsenal look to clinch third

Arsene Wenger is ready to unleash both Andrey Arshavin and Robin van Persie from kick-off as Arsenal look to secure third place with victory over Europa League finalists Fulham on Sunday.

Walcott admits youth is no excuse

Theo Walcott maintains Arsenal can no longer use inexperience as a reason for failing to deliver when it matters most.

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