Arsene Wenger has provided the latest team news update ahead of tomorrow night’s Premier League encounter with Leicester City.
The Gunners face the champions just three days after an energy sapping 2-1 extra-time win over Man City in the FA Cup, and there was no real clarity about who might be in or out for tomorrow.
Speaking at his press conference today, Wenger said, “Basically we’re in unknown territory at the moment, yesterday the players were on recovery.
“Today we’ll check to see who is available or not. Overall we have nobody injured after the game.”
Following reports about Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain leaving Wembley on crutches, the manager downplayed fears he might be sidelined.
“It was precautionary,” he said. “It’s not a bad injury, we’ll test him today.
“It’s a foot injury, it was a kick.”
Wenger was not forthcoming as to whether or not he’d stick with the 3-4-3 formation, but chances are he will continue with a system that has brought about two wins in the last two games.