Arsenal in double injury boost with Gabriel Jesus and Leandro Trossard in contention to face Fulham in Sunday’s London derby – THE INFORMANTI

Arsenal have received a huge boost ahead of Sunday’s London derby against Fulham with Gabriel Jesus and Leandro Trossard in contention to feature.

The Gunners go into the clash at Craven Cottage leading Manchester City by just two points in the Premier League following the Citizens’ 1-0 win at Crystal Palace.


Jesus could face Fulham on Sunday in what will be his first Arsenal game since November


Trossard missed the recent clash against Sporting Lisbon with a groin injury

But the north Londoners have been buoyed by claims that Brazilian striker Jesus is set to be included in the matchday squad.

The 25-year-old hasn’t featured for the table-toppers since before the World Cup break after picking up a knee injury while on international duty.

Mikel Arteta avoided the temptation to bring him with the squad to Portugal on Thursday to face Sporting Lisbon in the Europa League.

However he could now mark his return to action against the Cottagers, with Goal stating he is set to be available.

Along with Jesus, Trossard could also be deemed as fit enough to face Fulham.

The January arrival from Brighton picked up a minor groin injury in last week’s epic comeback victory against Borurnemouth.


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There were fears that the 28-year-old wouldn’t be back until April after the international break.

But the news outlet has reported that he has recovered quicker than expected and could now be in Sunday’s squad that will pit their wits against Marco Silva’s side.

Meanwhile skipper Martin Odegaard is also in line to play after he was forced to sit out the 2-2 draw against Sporting.

The Norwegian playmaker missed the match due to illness along with Kieran Tierney.


Odegaard is also set to be available for the trip to Craven Cottage

Though centre-forward Eddie Nketiah is unlikely to make the squad as he nurses an ankle knock.

Since their defeat to City last month, Arsenal have won four consecutive top-flight matches.

Arsenal boast a brilliant record against Fulham, having lost just once against the west Londoners since 2008.

That defeat came at Craven Cottage in January 2012, where Fulham scored two late goals to win 2-1.


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