What the papers say: Skipper Cesc fit, but Arsenal midfield remains doubtful

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The SunJack’s out to ace ’em
JACK WILSHERE insists Arsenal will not commit Champions League suicide by playing for a draw in Barcelona.

The Daily Mirror - Song sidelined for Barcelona decider
Alex Song faces ­Champions League heartbreak. Boss Arsene Wenger was hoping Song would be fit in time to face Barcelona tomorrow, but is unlikely to make the trip because of a knee problem.

The Daily MailBeat Barca and we can win the Champions League, roars Arsenal youngster Wilshere
Jack Wilshere insists Arsenal can win the Champions League if they get the better of Barcelona. 'We know we can beat them because we did at the Emirates,' said Wilshere.

The Daily ExpressDANI ALVES WON’T BE FOOLED AGAIN
DANI ALVES says Arsenal caught Barcelona napping in London but swears it will not happen again tomorrow night.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL 0 SUNDERLAND 0: ARSENAL CAN STILL HI-JACK BARCELONA
BRILLIANT Barcelona are up next tomorrow and there’s a disturbing sense of déjà vu hanging over Arsenal.

The Independent - Bendtner up front about lead role at Nou Camp
Nicklas Bendtner has never suffered from a shortage of confidence over what he sees as his role in the Arsenal team and after his three goals against Leyton Orient on Wednesday night in his side's FA Cup fifth-round replay he said that leading the line against Barcelona in four days' time would hold no fears for him.

The GuardianCesc Fábregas ready to face Barcelona but Arsenal wait on Alex Song
Cesc Fábregas has told Arsène Wenger that he is fit and ready to play for Arsenal against his former club, Barcelona, in the second leg of their Champions League knock-out tie on Tuesday, though his availability is likely to be offset by the absence of Alex Song from the visitors' midfield.

The Daily TelegraphAlex Song losing fitness fight to make Nou Camp tie but Cesc Fabregas likely to return
Arsenal have suffered a further significant injury blow after it emerged that Alex Song is losing his battle to be fit for Tuesday’s Champions League showdown against Barcelona.

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