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Arsenal Receive Big Boost Ahead Of Man City

It is written in the stars for Arsenal to win the premier league, isn’t it? As the Premier League title race heats up, Arsenal has been handed a significant injury boost that could potentially impact the outcome of the competition, particularly in their upcoming clash against Manchester City....CONTINUE READING

Currently occupying the top spot on the Premier League table with just 10 games remaining, Mikel Arteta’s side finds themselves level on points with Liverpool and narrowly leading the reigning champions, Manchester City, by a solitary point.

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One fixture that stands out in Arsenal’s remaining schedule is their impending encounter with Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side, slated for Sunday, March 31. With the title race hanging in the balance, this match holds immense significance for both teams.

The boost for Arsenal comes in the form of Jurrien Timber, who impressed club staff during the pre-season after his transfer from Ajax.

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However, his promising start was marred by a tragic anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury during his Premier League debut in August, which has kept him sidelined since then.

Recent reports from Football.London indicate that Timber has been making remarkable progress in his recovery in recent weeks. The Dutch defender has begun participating in group training sessions, carefully avoiding activities that could strain his knee while fully engaging in others.

Despite his absence from the pitch, Arteta has ensured that Timber remains integrated within the team, involving him in team meetings and maintaining his presence in the dressing room before and after home games.

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As Timber enters the final stages of his recovery, there is optimism within the Arsenal camp regarding his potential involvement in the crucial clash against Manchester City following the international break.

However, the club remains cautious about rushing his return, prioritizing his long-term fitness and well-being.