Arsenal injury news: Alexis Sanchez '60:40' to return against Stoke, Mohamed Elneny to make debut

The Gunners travel to the Britannia Stadium on Sunday

James Orr
Friday 15 January 2016 14:32
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Alexis Sanchez suffered the hamstring injury against Norwich on 29 November
Alexis Sanchez suffered the hamstring injury against Norwich on 29 November

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that Alexis Sanchez has a strong chance of returning for the club against Stole City on Sunday.

Sanchez has been out injured since 29 November, when he suffered a hamstring injury in the draw at Norwich City.

"Alexis I would say has a 60:40 chance to be available and be back in the squad," Wenger said today.

"He has two decisive days - Friday and Saturday. He is fit, he has worked very hard and the decision we have to take is whether to take a gamble or not on his injury."

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Wenger also revealed that new signing Mohamed Elneny will be available to play.

"Elneny is available for selection, I haven’t decided yet [whether I will play him]. I have to see how everyone has recovered. Elneny is a possibility to be in the squad for Sunday."

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