Arsenal Latest Injury News And Return Dates Ahead Of Liverpool Clash

The Gunners were 4-1 better than Leeds United at the weekend with goals from Ben White, Granit Xhaka and brace from Gabriel Jesus.

The victory over Leeds United at Emirates Stadium is great result for their title quest after 19 years of waiting. Arsenal last won the Premier League title in 2003/2004 league season, with 90 points playing 38 games without losing a single match.

With 29 games played, the Emirates landlord are just 9 games away from the title they last won 19 years ago. If Arsenal can maintain their current form with determination, nothing can stop them from lifting the EPL cup this season.

The Gunners secured all the needed three points to maintain their lead over Manchester City without the service of their defender William Saliba, Right-back Ben White, Tomiyasu, Kieran Tierney and Bukayo Saka was also left out of the starting line-up on Saturday.

The following players are in doubt against Liverpool


William Saliba is a doubt for the Gunners trip to Liverpool in a crucial premier League clash, his injury is a huge blow.

They will have to face Liverpool this Sunday with William Saliba still struggling with a back injury he picked up during the defeat to Sporting Lisbon in the Europa League. The Frenchman is a key future in the team missing only Arsenal’s victory against Crystal Palace

Arsenal has won their last two matches without Saliba, but against strugglers Crystal Palace and Leed. The trip to Anfield will be a great test to Arsenal title credentials with Liverpool defeat at Manchester City over the weekend.

here is what the Gunners manager said: “We hope Willy [Saliba] is going to be better news. Again We have to wait to tomorrow to get a better picture.”

His return date remain unknown. Arsenal will be hoping the defender is back as soon as possible.


Gunners Right-back Takehiro Tomiyasu had a successful surgery in London on Tuesday and will be ruled out for the remainder of this season.

according to Arteta “We don’t know. The doctor is assessing. We have one assessment and I think they need to have another assessment tomorrow. It’s not looking good. Tomi is not one to exaggerate things. He was really concerned straight away and we are concerned.”

Takehiro Tomiyasu is expected to return by June

Eddie Nketiah Injury Update

An ankle injury has kept Nketiah out since the beginning of March, with his last start coming in the dramatic comeback win over Aston Villa.

Nketiah has featured 33 games for Arsenal this season with 11 goals contribution

According to update from the Gunners manager: “He’s getting better,” Arteta said. “He’s still in the boot and still a few weeks away. We need to be patient. It was a nasty injury and he has a big challenge ahead of him. Thank God it could have been worse. So he’s not in a bad place.”

his expected to be back by Early/Mid-April

Mohamed Elneny Injury Update

Midfielder Mohamed Elneny is still out with a long-term knee injury. Elneny is not expected to return before the end of the season and his Expected return date is unknown





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