Arsenal’s injured defenders Kieran Tierney and Hector Bellerin making progress

Arsenal hope to have the ability to report a clean bill of health from duty as the group come back – and head trainer Unai Emery could soon observe his defensive choices.
Premier League action will be resumed by the Gunners away to Watford on Sunday, live on Sky Sports, at what’s going to be Quique Sanchez Flores’ first match in charge after his return to Vicarage Road.
Forward Nicolas Pepe had returned from the coaching camp of Ivory Coast with club sources going to allay concerns over a brand new injury worry to work on establishing his match fitness, at Deauville.
Arsenal affirmed none of those other players who’ve been away with their countries had indicated any fitness problems.
A club statement read:”All players who had been on international duty will have returned by Thursday morning. No players have reported accidents.
“But all international players will be assessed ahead of Sunday’s match.”
Arsenal’s upgrade on the team’s official site supported defender Rob Holding was”now back in full training with the first team squad” following his long term knee problem.
Full-back Hector Bellerin, meanwhile, is also”progressing nicely” with ongoing rehabilitation from his own cruciate ligament injury suffered at the start of 2019, along with also”aiming to take part in complete training” after this season.
Scotland international Kieran Tierney”continues to obtain treatment and additional evaluations” on the groin problem which has delayed his debut after joining from Celtic ahead of the transfer deadline.
The full-back, however, is anticipated to be along with defender Konstantinos Mavropanos again in contention.
Arsenal drew 2-2 with north London rivals Tottenham ahead of the international break, which abandoned them in fifth.
Midfielder Joe Willock withdrew by the England Under-21 team as he had been carrying a calf problem, which isn’t expected to help keep him on the sidelines.

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