What the papers say: Key Gunners set for Rovers return

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The SunVan revs up for Rovers return
ROBIN VAN PERSIE has given Arsenal a massive boost by insisting he will be fit enough to line up against Blackburn at the Emirates on Saturday.

The Daily Mirror - Remembering Rocky - the player I used to bunk off school to watch in the Arsenal reserves
Everyone remembers their first childhood football hero. Mine was Liam Brady. My Dad, born and brought up on north London's Blackstock Road, used to take me to Arsenal and Brady was brilliant.

The Daily MailArsenal's title hopes boosted by return of Fabregas, Walcott and Song
Arsene Wenger's title bid will be boosted by the return from injury of three crucial players this weekend.

IT IS a good job Jack Wilshere is a better footballer than he is mind-reader – he believes Arsene Wenger will be “delighted” he was the only outfield player to start both England internationals this week.

ROBIN VAN PERSIE could still play for Arsenal against Blackburn this Saturday.

The Independent - Van Persie and Fabregas boost Arsenal with Rovers return
Arsenal are optimistic that striker Robin van Persie, captain Cesc Fabregas and winger Theo Walcott could all be fit to face Blackburn Rovers on Saturday, a game the club must win if they are to sustain the pressure on Premier League leaders Manchester United.

The GuardianRobin van Persie could be fit to face Blackburn despite thigh injury
Arsenal are hopeful Robin van Persie could be available for Saturday's Premier League match against Blackburn Rovers despite the striker injuring his left thigh playing for Holland on Tuesday.

The Daily TelegraphArsenal handed Premier League title boost as four key players return to full fitness
Arsenal’s final push for the Premier League title has been dealt a significant boost with the likely return on Saturday of Cesc Fabregas, Theo Walcott, Abou Diaby and Alex Song.

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