What the papers say: Fabregas backs Almunia as Diaby joins Arsenal casualties

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The Sun - Wenger’s worry over Abou blow
ARSENAL are sweating on the fitness of Abou Diaby after sending him for a scan on his damaged ankle.

The Daily Mirror - We trust in Almunia - Fabregas
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas maintains goalkeeper Manuel Almunia has the complete trust of the team as they look to mount a double challenge for domestic and European honours.

The Daily Mail - Bolton defender Cahill appeals red card in Arsenal defeat
Bolton defender Gary Cahill has appealed to the FA against the red card he received in Saturday's Barclays Premier League match against Arsenal.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL CAPTAIN CESC FABREGAS GIVES MANUEL ALMUNIA HIS APPROVAL
MANUEL ALMUNIA has received the seal of approval from Arsenal skipper Cesc Fabregas ahead of tomorrow’s Champions League opener against Portuguese side Braga.

The Daily Star - BRAGA'S MATHEUS WARNS ARSENAL: 'WE COME TO WIN'
BRAZIL hotshot Matheus has warned Arsenal not to underestimate Braga tomorrow night.

The Independent - James Lawton: A gorgeous goal, but will Arsenal prove so irresistible against Chelsea?
What manager wouldn't feel at least a touch of hubris after watching his team string together 24 passes and then deliver a pay-off so exquisite it would have been staged more appropriately in The Louvre or the National Gallery?

The Guardian - Abou Diaby blow one more reason for Arséne Wenger's sleepless nights
Arsène Wenger has admitted he has suffered "sleepless nights" over Arsenal's failure to win the Champions League and the manager's mood on the eve of his latest attempt to capture the trophy was hardly enhanced by Abou Diaby becoming the latest player to be ruled out. The French midfielder is set to miss at least the next two games because of a leg injury, leaving Arsenal without five key players.

The Daily Telegraph - Abou Diaby set for spell on sidelines as Arsène Wenger aims for glory
Abou Diaby is almost certain to join Arsenal’s lengthy list of absentees for the Champions League game against Braga on Wednesday night, but Thomas Vermaelen could be in contention following his Achilles injury.

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