Breaking News: Martinelli will be missing out today game against Burnley–Arteta revealed

Due to an injury, the forward had to leave Seville and was unable to practice on Thursday.


Eight members of Arsenal’s first team may be absent for their match against Burnley on Saturday.


Thomas Partey (thigh), Jurrien Timber (knee), and Emile Smith Rowe (knee) will all undoubtedly miss the match at Emirates Stadium.


But the Gunners might also be missing Takehiro Tomiyasu, Eddie Nketiah, Gabriel Jesus, Martin Odegaard, and Bukayo Saka.

Odegaard is in a race against time to recover in time for the weekend after missing the previous two games.


Although he was called up by Brazil for qualifying later this month, Jesus has not played since October 24. The triumph over Sevilla on Wednesday was lost by Nketiah.



Given the doubts surrounding the two strikers, Mikel Arteta might once again resort to Leandro Trossard to lead the line. On Wednesday, he did just that against Sevilla, scoring the game’s first goal in a 2-0 victory.




Given that Tomiyasu departed the game during the midweek half due to an injury, Oleksandr Zinchenko, who has been lobbying to start at left back, might get his way.


Saka is striving to play and is eager to do so, but he did not workout on Thursday after being hurt.




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