Manager Arsene Wenger has admitted that the trio may not feature at all in Wednesday clash.
Alexis Sanchez’s late free-kick appeared to win it for Arsenal, but a poor penalty decision against Callum Chambers allowed Jay Rodriguez to equalise, ensuring Arsenal’s disappointing 2017 ended in controversy.
Whilst Wenger was notably angry over the manner of which his side dropped points, he is unsurprisingly concerned with the welfare of his players ahead of a big game.
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Ozil missed the game against West Brom with a knee injury and faces a race to b
Wenger, speaking in his pre-match conference, said: “At the moment, our injury list is quite long.
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“We lost Kolasinac and Koscielny in the game [at West Brom]. The two who have a little chance…Ozil might have a test this morning. Koscielny is 30-70 available.”
Nacho Monreal, Aaron Ramsey, Olivier Giroud and Santi Cazorla are all also either doubtful or definitely out for Wednesday’s clash, meaning Arsenal could have their squad stretched very thinly.