What the papers say: Fabregas insists bully boys won't intimidate Arsenal

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The Sun - Aaron: Let me at Andrey
AARON RAMSEY is hoping to pit his wits against Arsenal team-mate Andrey Arshavin tomorrow.

The Daily Mirror - Robinho in fitness race for City clash with Arsenal
Manchester City forward Robinho faces a race against time to be fit for his side's Premier League clash against Arsenal on Saturday. Robinho injured his thigh during the 3-1 win over arch-rivals Argentina that secured Brazil's qualification for next year's World Cup.

The Daily Mail - Manchester City stars Robinho  and Carlos Tevez in fitness race to face Arsenal
Manchester City forward Robinho is a major doubt for Saturday's Barclays Premier League clash against Arsenal with a thigh injury.

The Daily Star - RAMSEY GUNS FOR ANDREY
WALES kid Aaron Ramsey cannot wait for the chance to pit himself against Arsenal club-mate Andrey Arshavin.

The Times - Back Nicklas Bendtner to bask in glory of Denmark goal
Players don’t score PlayTheGame points for their performances in international matches — but that doesn’t mean that the games last weekend and this midweek are irrelevant.

The IndependentGunners ready to declare war on the 'bullies'
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has warned the Premier League his young side "will not be bullied by anybody" this season. The Gunners captain is recovering from a hamstring problem, an injury which forced him out of the Champions League qualifier second leg against Celtic and the last Premier League game at Manchester United which Arsenal lost 2-1 despite dominating most of the match.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal winger Theo Walcott set to return from injury against Manchester City
Arsenal are hoping to have winger Theo Walcott back in contention for Saturday's trip to face high-flying Manchester City at Eastlands.

The Guardian - Arsenal are now too tough to bully, says Cesc Fábregas
Arsenal's young players "will not be bullied by anybody" this season, according to Cesc Fábregas, who cited the Manchester United game at Old Trafford as one in which they stood firm in a "very physical game".

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