Arsenal missing three players for Bodo game
Arsenal will be without three players for tomorrow's Europa League group stage meeting against Bodo/Glimt.
The Gunners won their opening outing in the competition against FC Zurich, but their second game against PSV was postponed.
As a result, they have five more European matches before the World Cup break, and Mikel Arteta will want to win each of those.
The Gunners are scheduled to entertain Bodo/Glimt tomorrow, and ahead of the clash, the club could be without three players at least.
Mohamed Elneny and Emile Smith Rowe are obviously out for the long-term after a hamstring injury and a groin surgery respectively.
Oleksandr Zinchenko also appears likely to miss the clash, having not reported for today's open training sessions at London Colney.
The Ukrainian only recently recovered from a calf problem, and the Gunners are probably cautious with his workload for the short term.
Arsenal have a hugely important Premier League clash against Liverpool on Sunday. Arteta will want to rest most of his regular starters.