Arsenal have been handed a triple boost on the injury front ahead of their Premier League clash with Manchester United this weekend. Arsenal are one of the most in-form teams in the division and they entertain Manchester Unitedat the Emirates Stadium on Saturday evening in what’s the standout game of the new set of Premier League matches.Arsenal have been given a treble injury boost for the game following the return to training of three important players.
The Arsenal trio of Kieran Tierney, Emile Smith-Rowe and Thomas Parteytrained with their Arsenal teammates ahead of the Manchester United game. The three players are now expected to be part of the Arsenal XI for the game tomorrow.
Scottish left-back Kieran Tierney has been one of the best players for Arsenal in an underwhelming season till date and he missed out on the last league game at Southampton on Tuesday night because of injury. Without him in the team, Arsenal were able to take their run to five wins and one draw in six league games after a 3-1 victory over Saints.
Thomas Partey and Emile Smith-Rowe played the Southampton game but they had to go off in the second half because of knock. Emile Smith-Rowe and Thomas Partey were rated as doubts for the Manchester United game due to the knock from the aforementioned Southampton encounter. Nicholas Pepe, Bukayo Saka and Alexandre Lacazette were the scorers for the Gunners who came from a goal down for the 3-1 win after Stuart had given the Saints an early lead.
Arsenal have been boosted with the triple injury news as pointed out but they would be without their skipper for the Manchester United clash. Arsenal skipper Pierre-EmerickAubameyang will miss the game having just returned to England after taking time out to take care of his sick mother. Aubameyang has missed the last two matches in all competitions.