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The Sun - In’s out for Gunners clash
ARSENAL have been given a major Champions League boost after Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta was ruled out of their quarter-final clash on Wednesday.
The Daily Mirror - Bendtner warns Barca: We'll hustle Messi out of matches
Nicklas Bendtner has warned Barcelona star Lionel Messi: Arsenal are going to drag you out of your comfort zone.
The Daily Mail - Cesc Fabregas believes Arsenal can beat Barcelona to reach Champions League semi-finals
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has warned reputations count for nothing in the Champions League as his young Gunners look to knock holders Barcelona out of Europe.
The Daily Star - THIERRY WARY OF FORMER PUPILS
THIERRY Henry has warned his Barcelona team-mates that Arsenal’s kids are no greenhorns.
The Times - Cesc Fabregas in race to be fit to face Barcelona
Arsenal are anxiously awaiting to discover whether Cesc Fàbregas will recover from a knee injury in time to play Barcelona, his former club, in Wednesday’s Champions League quarter-final, first leg at the Emirates Stadium.
The Independent - Gunners are young but not naive, says Henry
Thrierry Henry knows all about that age-old Arsène Wenger tactic of talking up the youthful naivety of his players but the ex-Arsenal forward has warned Barcelona the Premier League side are old enough and good enough to beat his current team.
The Daily Telegraph - Thierry Henry ready for an emotional night in Champions League
Barcelona striker Thierry Henry admitted that it will be both “strange” and “emotional” for him to face Arsenal on Wednesday.
The Guardian - Arsenal sweat over Cesc Fábregas's injured knee before Barcelona tie
Arsenal are anxiously waiting to learn whether Cesc Fábregas will be fit to face Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-final first leg at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday. The Arsenal captain received a blow just below the knee in the 1-1 draw with Birmingham City yesterday and, although he managed to finish the match, Wenger was unable to offer any assurances that Fábregas would be available to take on his former club.
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