What the papers say: Arsene believes his makehift squad can beat Barca

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The Sun - Theo: I’ll run Barca ragged
THEO WALCOTT has vowed to run Barcelona ragged tonight. The Arsenal star's pace scared the life out of Barca last Wednesday.

The Daily Mirror - Wenger prepares to gamble on injury-doubt Campbell against Barca
Arsene Wenger is preparing to take an incredible gamble on Sol Campbell against Barcelona tonight.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists: We're back from the dead and we can shock Barcelona in Nou Camp
Arsene Wenger insists his depleted Arsenal team are ‘back from the dead’ and capable of shocking Barcelona in the Nou Camp tonight. Alex Song did not travel to the Catalan capital for the Champions League quarter-final second leg after scans revealed a cartilage problem in his knee. He joins fellow absentees Cesc Fabregas, Robin van Persie, Andrey Arshavin and William Gallas.

ARSENE Wenger declared that Arsenal can produce an Easter Passion Play and pull off another shock result to overturn Barcelona in the Champions League despite a massive injury crisis.

BARCELONA boss Pep Guardiola last night admitted he fears the blistering pace of Theo Walcott.

The Times - Bullish Arsene Wenger up for ‘mission impossible’ for his Arsenal side
Arsène Wenger’s musical tastes are more attuned to Charles Aznavour than the Stone Roses, but as he walks down the touchline at the Nou Camp this evening, the unmistakably defiant riff of I Am The Resurrection might be ringing in his ears.

The Independent - Barça fear Walcott's pace can turn tide for Arsenal
Barcelona have become somewhat obsessed with Theo Walcott since the Arsenal winger came off the bench a week ago and ran the Catalan defence into a panic.

The Daily Telegraph - Barcelona v Arsenal: Arsène Wenger's side must catch Barcelona out with pace
Football teams are always a work in progress, rather like the Sagrada Familia here, and Arsenal arrived in Spain on Monday with everybody insisting Arsène Wenger's side are far from the finished article.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger backs his emerging Arsenal stars to dazzle Barcelona
It is a game that any supporter can enjoy and one that comes with the guarantee of an argument. How many A-List players does your club have? The criteria are wide-ranging and subjective and go beyond the obvious questions of talent and the ability to perform when it matters the most.

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