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Arsenal are likely to be without midfielder Francis Coquelin for their upcoming Premier League game against Hull City on Saturday, as the Gunners look to get their season back on track.
The French midfielder is reportedly nursing a hamstring injury so could miss his side weekend clash, along with Hector Bellerin who is still believed to be under monitoring after suffering concussion following a clash of heads with Marcos Alonso in the defeat at Stamford Bridge.
Arsene Wenger’s men face two consecutive defeate; a 2-1 home defeat to Watford and their huge 3-1 loss at league leaders Chelsea and left them in fourth place and 12 points behind Antonio Conte’s men.
Thankfully for the French boss, Mohammed Elneny has returned from African Cup of Nations duty with losing finalists, Egypt and is training with his teammates, according to the Mirror.
Granit Xhaka still has one game left on the four-game ban he received after his second straight red of the season in the 2-1 win over Burnley last month.
The next few games could give an indication of the where the Gunners will end their season as they head to Bayern Munich for their last 16 games against the Germans next Wednesday.
Then they face non-league Sutton United in the fifth round of the FA Cup which will be played away on the club’s 3G pitch, before their league trip to Anfield.