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Ben White, Kieran Tierney and Martin Odegaard return to Leicester

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta delivered a TRIPLE injury spike ahead of Saturday’s game against Leicester with Ben White, Kieran Tierney and Martin Odegaard ready to be available for the clash at King Power.

  • White, Tierney and Odegaard may be available for Arsenal’s clash with Leicester
  • Arsenal beat Leeds on matchday four of the Carabao Cup without them
  • Both Tierney and Odegaard were left out of the team due to minor injuries.
  • While White started the game before being substituted in the second half
  • Arteta said White was struggling with a ‘bug’ similar to Pablo Mari’s


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Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has revealed that Ben White, Kieran Tierney and Martin Odegaard could be available for Saturday’s Premier League clash with Leicester.

Arsenal beat Leeds United in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday night without Tierney and Odegaard.

The pair were left out of the team due to minor injuries. Meanwhile, White started the game before being substituted in the second half after struggling with an illness ‘bug’.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta (above) has revealed that Ben White, Kieran Tierney and Martin Odegaard could be available for Saturday's Premier League clash with Leicester.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta (above) has revealed that Ben White, Kieran Tierney and Martin Odegaard could be available for Saturday’s Premier League clash with Leicester.

Speaking after his 2-0 win, Arteta said White was struggling with a similar error that ruled Pablo Mari out of the game.

The Gunners boss said: ‘There is a mistake. We lost Pablo today and he wasn’t feeling very well.

Ben had it too for the last two days. It didn’t feel very good, so we decided to take it out. ”

Tierney has been out of action since last week with a bruised ankle that forced him out of Arsenal's 3-1 win over Aston Villa.

Tierney has been out of action since last week with a bruised ankle that forced him out of Arsenal's 3-1 win over Aston Villa.

Odegaard came in during that match, but received a blow that ruled him out of Arsenal's Carabao Cup team.

Odegaard came in during that match, but received a blow that ruled him out of Arsenal's Carabao Cup team.

Tierney and Odegaard have been injured since Arsenal’s 3-1 win over Aston Villa

Meanwhile, White (above) started the fourth round of the Carabao Cup before being substituted in the second half after battling a 'virus'.

Meanwhile, White (above) started the fourth round of the Carabao Cup before being substituted in the second half after battling a 'virus'.

Meanwhile, White (above) started the fourth round of the Carabao Cup before being substituted in the second half after battling a ‘virus’.

He also gave an update on Tierney, who has been out of action since last week with a bruised ankle that forced him out of Arsenal’s 3-1 win over Aston Villa, and Odegaard, who entered during that game but received a hit. .

He said Tierney and Odegaard did not feel “well enough to be selected” for their Carabao Cup clash, but admitted he was hopeful they would be “available” for Saturday’s clash with Leicester.

When asked to give an update after his game against Leeds, Arteta said: ‘They were both [Tierney and Odegaard] with two different injuries.

They tried yesterday, but they didn’t feel right. They wanted to participate, but they weren’t good enough to be selected today.

“Hopefully they will feel better in the next few days and are available for Leicester.”

However, Arsenal will remain without the long-absent Granit Xhaka on Saturday.

However, Arsenal will remain without the long-absent Granit Xhaka on Saturday.

However, Arsenal will remain without the long-absent Granit Xhaka on Saturday.

However, Arsenal will continue without Long-absent Granit Xhaka during their Premier League match on Saturday.

Xhaka has been out of action since the North London derby after sustaining significant damage to the medial ligament in his right knee.

The midfielder didn’t need surgery but was told he would be out of action for about three months after his clash with Spurs winger Lucas Moura.

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