What the papers say: Arsenal must make history to progress

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The Sun - Tonight is art, not football
ARSENE WENGER believes Arsenal's clash with Barcelona tonight will be the closest football comes to art.

The Daily Mirror - Wenger challenges his players to deliver a classic
Arsene Wenger has challenged his players to make history after promising to stick to his footballing principles and deliver a classic against Barcelona.

The Daily Mail - William Gallas back for Arsenal as Cesc Fabregas call goes to the wire
William Gallas delivered Arsenal a timely boost by declaring himself fit to face Barcelona and Cesc Fabregas will be given as long as possible to shake off a knee injury.

ARSENAL manager Arsene Wenger will not gamble on the fitness of Cesc Fabregas for tomorrow night’s Champions League quarter-final first leg against Barcelona at Emirates Stadium.

ARSENE Wenger wants Arsenal to make history tonight by beating Barcelona at the Beautiful Game.

The Times - Arsene Wenger refuses to ditch his principles in battle of pass masters
At the start of the season Arsène Wenger compared the experience of watching Barcelona to viewing art, but any attempt to beat the European champions at their own game this evening will not spring from a high-minded devotion to aesthetics.

The Independent - Fabregas only '40 per cent' chance of playing, says Wenger
It is one of the most mouthwatering elements of a tasty tie, the prospect of watching Arsenal's captain Cesc Fabregas playing against the club that made him, but the viewers may be denied.

The Daily Telegraph - Cesc Fabregas decision will be left until after pre-match warm-up
Arsene Wenger will take the highly unusual step of waiting until after the warm-up for Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final against Barcelona before making a final decision on the availability of Cesc Fabregas.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger challenges Arsenal to make history against Barcelona
Arsène Wenger has challenged his Arsenal team to "make history" in the Champions League quarter-final against Barcelona tonight and prove to the club's critics that they can beat the biggest opposition when it matters most.

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