Wenger: There Is No Reason Why I Should Rest Players Against Ostersunds

Wenger: There Is No Reason Why I Should Rest Players Against Ostersunds

Wenger: There Is No Reason Why I Should Rest Players Against Ostersunds

With the arrival of Aubameyang, the injury that Lacazette sustained against Tottenham during Saturday's north London derby wouldn't normally seem like cause for concern, but Arsenal fans are anxious about what effect his absence will have on their chances of winning the Europa League.

It was disappointing to see Arsenal failing to make an impression in the first half, especially after their morale-boosting 5:1 victory over Everton last week.

Worryingly for Wenger, that gap could grow even bigger on Sunday when fourth placed Liverpool play their game in hand at Southampton.

Lacazette is set to miss Arsenal's Carabao Cup final showdown with Manchester City at Wembley on 25 February and their Premier League clash with Pep Guardiola's runaway leaders a week later.

However, Tottenham were comfortable 1-0 winners against Arsenal in the derby clash at Wembley on Saturday afternoon following Harry Kane's headed victor.

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Wenger acknowledged that depressing fate is staring Arsenal in the face again following Kane's latest act of vengeance against the club that rejected him as a youngster. "It is envisaged he will return within four to six weeks".

Well, he didn't achieve much for us against Tottenham!

The striker is now starting his rehabilitation and boss Arsene Wenger will be hoping Lacazette can be back as soon as possible, with Arsenal fighting for a top four spot. "There is no reason why I should rest players". "I believe that our away record is one of the worst it's been since I've been in England", Wenger told the Evening Standard. Football is not about switching off for three games and switching on for one game.

Manchester United fans reacted to the performance in exactly the way you knew they would - by mocking Gunners supporters on their signing.

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