He's got a little thigh problem, but it's a small one.
Wilshere has had numerous injury problems during his Arsenal career and has not started a Premier League match for the Gunners since the last match of the 2015-16 season. "It's a possibility - if not Southampton, it will be [for] West Ham", he is quoted as saying on Arsenal's official website. The good news is that all our rivals had to play Champions League matches this week which will weaken them for the tests ahead, and it was nice to find out that Manchester City are not invincible after all!
"Looking forward to the next three games Wenger insisted team selection will not change against Borisov because the group has been won, saying: "[It won't change] too much because I have many players available who need competition.
SPD's Martin Schulz wants United States of Europe by 2025
The leadership's motion "takes no option off the table", he added, making clear it wouldn't automatically lead to a coalition. He said the renewal of the SPD can not be placed above the interests of the nation.
The Germany worldwide would have been highly unlikely to feature against BATE anyway with his sole Europa League appearance in 2017-18 to date coming in the original clash with the Belarusian champions back in September.
When asked his views on Wilshere's family trip to an open air ice-skating rink this week Wenger replied: "It's not ideal".
Moscow says Russian Olympic ban created to sour pre-election mood
He suggested that the U.S.is using the issue as a means to influence the Russian presidential election in March. Mutko said that would support all the local athletes who decide to compete under a neutral flag.
"I thought he wouldn't play but in the end he could", he said.
"Next week we go into a week with three games and so some players need competition, some experienced players". "What did you want me to do?" "I think we missed an opportunity on Saturday to take advantage of that, because we were physically quite strong in the game".
Ladbrokes Coral in £3.9bn takeover talks with rival GVC
Following a £2.3 billion merger previous year between Ladbrokes and Coral, the firm became the UK's biggest High Street bookmaker. It announced last month that the maximum stake would be cut from £100 to between £2 and £50.