What the papers say: Barca captain injured, Arsenal to gamble on Nasri

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The SunBarca rocked as Puyol misses tie
BARCELONA skipper Carles Puyol is out of tomorrow's clash with Arsenal. The World Cup-winning centre-half has failed to recover from a tendinitis problem in his left knee.

The Daily MirrorNasri set to gamble on fitness for Barca
Samir Nasri is desperate to take a massive fitness gamble to face Barcelona. Arsenal midfielder Nasri will undergo a fitness test today on the hamstring injury he suffered just two weeks ago.

The Daily MailSamir Nasri to start against Barcelona as Arsenal go out for Champions League revenge
Arsene Wenger is ready to throw Samir Nasri back into action from the start of Wednesday’s Champions League rematch with Barcelona.

The Daily Express - BARCA BLAST BACK AT ARSENAL IN CESC FABREGAS ‘FISHING’ STORM
THE war between Arsenal and Barcelona over Cesc Fabregas was reignited last night on the eve of their latest Champions League clash.

The Independent - Walcott presses the case for Arsenal to squeeze Barcelona
Theo Walcott believes that Arsenal have learnt the lessons of last year ahead of tomorrow's visit from Barcelona.

The Daily Telegraph - Lionel Messi admits Spaniards are scared of Theo Walcott's pace in Champions League
He is the best footballer in the world and the star player in arguably the finest club side of all time. Yet speak to Lionel Messi about Theo Walcott and it becomes obvious that even Barcelona are scared of pace.

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