What the papers say: Wenger backs Arsenal strikers to solve scoring problem

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The Sun We've got one Al of a keeper
MANUEL ALMUNIA is eyeing Edwin van der Sar’s shut-out record after proving himself as Arsenal’s new Safe Hands. The Spanish keeper has not conceded in 6hr, 29min and will be looking for another clean sheet against Fulham today. 

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal stars Walcott, Eduardo and Adebayor back within a fortnight
Theo Walcott, Eduardo and Emmanuel Adebayor are on the way back - but they may come too late to save Arsenal's season from a slow puncture.

The Daily Mail - Wenger: There's not much ado about nothing-nothing here - at least we're not conceding goals
Arsene Wenger has played down Arsenal’s barren goalscoring run and insisted his players just need to be more relaxed when presented with chances

Arsene Wenger maintains there is "no big problem" with Arsenal's lack of goals - and backed his team to soon be firing on all cylinders once again.

CESC FABREGAS is convinced Aston Villa and Chelsea will drop enough points to let Arsenal grab a place in next season’s Champions League.

The Times - Manuel Almunia is up with the best
Edwin van der Sar is not the only goalkeeper who has raised the bar this season. The Manchester United player has been making headlines with his record-breaking run of 14 clean sheets in the Barclays Premier League, but Manuel Almunia is also in exceptional form.

The Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger calls for end to goal drought against Fulham
Arsenal face the team with the worst scoring record away from home in the Premier League tomorrow with manager Arsene Wenger insisting his strikers have his full backing.

The Guardian - Wenger calls on Emirates crowd to get behind his youngsters
If a crowd on a good day can feel like the stereotypical 12th man, on a gloomy day it can make players feel like they are out there on their own. Arsène Wenger, who has been dismayed by the negative atmosphere at the Emirates this season, describes the fans as more unforgiving than ever before.

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