What the papers say: Arsenal face the unknown in Ukraine

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The Sun Pain in the Ukrain-ium
ARSENE WENGER fears Arsenal are going into the unknown when they jet out to Ukraine today.

The Daily Mail - Nervy wait for Arsenal as Nasri injury causes concern ahead of Champions League trip to Dynamo Kiev
Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri will have his ankle injury assessed before a decision is made whether he travels with the rest of the squad to Ukraine for the Champions League clash against Dynamo Kiev.   

The Times Spurs stay bottom after home defeat by Aston Villa
Their goalkeeper may well have produced the save of the season last night, but, more pertinently, can Tottenham Hotspur save their season?

The Daily Telegraph Mikael Silvestre enticed to Arsenal from Manchester United by William Gallas link
While Arsenal endure an anxious wait over Samir Nasri's ankle injury, due to be assessed this morning before he is passed fit for tomorrow night's opening Champions League qualifier against Dynamo Kiev, they can take solace from the restoration of Mikael Silvestre – even at 31, the centre-back is injury-free and ablaze with ambition.

The Guardian - Clichy lifts Gunners ahead of Kiev trip
Gaël Clichy has given Arsenal a boost by declaring himself fit to travel to Kiev for tomorrow's Champions League group-stage match with Dynamo Kiev.

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