What the papers say: Arsenal travel to Anfield two strikers short

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The Sun - Gunners striker light for Kop tie
ARSENAL strike pair Robin van Persie and Emmanuel Adebayor will miss the crunch clash with Liverpool.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal strike duo Adebayor and Van Persie to sit out Anfield trip
Arsenal will be without leading scorer Robin van Persie (groin) and striker Emmanuel Adebayor (hamstring) for tomorrow's trip to Liverpool. However, full-back Bacary Sagna has recovered from a virus and could feature at Anfield, along with fit-again Croatia forward Eduardo.

The Daily Mail - Wenger: Our foot is on the pedal - but Arsenal boss will rest his key men for trip to Liverpool
Arsene Wenger's face creased into a broad grin as he listened to the conspiracy theory that Arsenal might prefer to lose to Liverpool in order to increase Manchester United's workload at the top of the Barclays Premier League.

The Daily Express - FA SAY WEMBLEY NEEDS IMPROVING AS FERGUSON AND WENGER JOIN CRITICS
THE FA today accepted the much-maligned pitch at Wembley Stadium needs to be improved.

The Daily Star - DITCH THE PITCH
ARSENE WENGER last night blasted the FA for ruining England’s hopes of glory with a shocking Wembley pitch.

The Times - Arsène Wenger forced to keep faith with Lukasz Fabianski
Arsène Wenger confirmed yesterday that Manuel Almunia is unlikely to be fit to face Manchester United in the Champions League semi-finals.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger: Wembley pitch unfit for top-class football
Arsene Wenger has escalated his attack on Wembley Stadium, claiming the pitch is damaging the England team and is not good enough to stage the 2012 Olympic football tournament or a Champions League final.

The Independent - England will suffer most at Wembley, says Wenger
Arsene Wenger claimed yesterday that the state of the Wembley pitch was so bad it could potentially damage the prospects of the England team and asked why the Football Association had spent £757m on a stadium without getting the most basic component right.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger warns FA that poor Wembley pitch will handicap England
Arsène Wenger has renewed his attack on the Football Association over the state of the Wembley pitch by saying that nobody dreams of playing at the national stadium any more and that the surface was also undermining the England team.

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