What the papers say: Wenger banks on return to form for Robin

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The SunWenger’s ready to start the Van
ROBIN VAN PERSIE hopes to kickstart his nightmare season tonight against Wigan in the Carling Cup.

The Daily MirrorWenger urges Arsenal fans to keep the faith as Gunners gear up for Wigan clash
Arsene Wenger has called on Arsenal fans to "keep faith" in his vision as he looks to guide the young Gunners into the semi-finals of the Carling Cup.

The Daily Mail - Emmanuel Eboue fit to face Wigan after making remarkable return from knee injury
Emmanuel Eboue has made a remarkable recovery from a knee injury which looked set to rule him out for six weeks and has declared himself fit for Arsenal's Carling Cup quarter-final against Wigan.

The Daily ExpressAARON RAMSEY CAN’T RESCUE FOREST
AARON Ramsey was asked to perform a rescue act when he began his comeback 11 months after breaking his leg in two places.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL'S ARSENE WENGER NOT KIDDIN'
ARSENE WENGER claims that Arsenal fans should no longer expect to see a Carling Cup kids team at the Emirates.

The Independent - Wenger to play strong side despite rush of fixtures
Arsenal go into tonight's League Cup quarter-final with Wigan Athletic suggesting that they will maintain their renewed commitment to the competition, despite a hectic schedule in recent weeks.

The Guardian - Robin van Persie can find form against Wigan, says Arsène Wenger
Robin van Persie is set to play in Arsenal's Carling Cup quarter-final against Wigan Athletic at Emirates Stadium tomorrow night with Arsène Wenger hoping that the Holland striker will seize the opportunity in what is effectively his second comeback from ankle-ligament damage.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas expected to return for Premier League showdown with Manchester United
Arsenal are confident that Cesc Fabregas will be available for the matches against Manchester United and Chelsea next month after the results of a new scan showed only minor damage to his hamstring.

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