Arsenal have been boosted by the return of their skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, but will be without Kieran Tierney and Bukayo Saka for Tuesday’s Premier League clash against Wolves.
Aubameyang has not played since January 23 after his mother fell ill.
The Gabon international has returned to training, which is a strong indication he will be available for selection to face Wolves.
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Scotland left-back Tierney missed last weekend’s goalless draw with Manchester United due to a calf injury.
Saka also missed the Manchester United stalemate and is unlikely to face Wolves.
“They haven’t been able to train yet with us, so I think it will be really difficult for them,” Arteta said of Tierney and Bukayo Saka.
“I don’t know, we are going to try until the last minute – see how they are feeling.”