What the papers say: Leeds boss stokes up fans over Theo dive

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The SunLeeds hate mob ready for Theo
THEO WALCOTT will have to run a gauntlet of hate at Leeds tonight. That is the view of Elland Road boss Simon Grayson, following the Arsenal star's antics at the Emirates 11 days ago.

The Daily MirrorVictory at Leeds is vital claims Van Persie
Robin van Persie feels it is "vital" Arsenal come through their FA Cup replay against Leeds at Elland Road - whatever side manager Arsene Wenger sends out.

The Daily MailBan Walcott! Leeds manager Simon Grayson insists Arsenal star Theo should have banned for diving in FA Cup tie
Leeds manager Simon Grayson believes Theo Walcott should have been banned for diving in the 1-1 FA Cup draw at Arsenal.

The Daily Express ARSENE WENGER GAMBLES TO AVOID INJURY 
ARSENE WENGER will take a gamble in tonight’s FA Cup replay at Leeds as he juggles Arsenal’s fight for trophies.
 

The Independent - Ramsey ready for FA Cup return
Aaron Ramsey could start his first Arsenal match in 11 months tonight in the FA Cup at Elland Road. Ramsey has only played for Nottingham Forest on loan since breaking his leg at Stoke City last season, but he is back at Arsenal and in line to face Leeds.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger set to rest Johan Djourou for Arsenal's replay at Leeds
Arsène Wenger has admitted he has pushed Johan Djourou more than he would have wanted, as he considers whether to hand the 18-year-old central defender Ignasi Miquel his senior debut in Arsenal's FA Cup third-round replay at Leeds United tonight.

The Daily TelegraphWest Ham manager Avram Grant eyes Arsenal's Nicklas Bendtner to help with relegation battle
West Ham want to sign Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner – but have balked at the £15 million asking price – after dramatically ditching their plans to replace Avram Grant as manager.

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