- Bukayo Saka, Smith Rowe and Granit Xhaka all missed Arsenal's 3-0 humiliating defeat in the hands of Liverpool last weekend
- However, the trio are in contention to face Slavia Prague after taking part in the Gunners' latest training session on the eve of the clash
- Their return will come as a boost for Mikel Arteta who is looking to help the club win the Europa League title
- The competition is the north Londoner's only hope to making an appearance in the Champions League next season
Mikel Arteta has been handed a massive triple injury boost just hours to Arsenal's Europa League meeting with Slavia Prague.
The Gunners are scheduled to take on the Czech Republic giants on Thursday, April 8, for the first leg of their quarter-final fixture at the Emirates Stadium.
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The side will be looking to bounce back to winning ways following their 3-0 humiliating defeat against Liverpool in the Premier League.
That loss saw the north London side lose more ground in their hopes to seal a Champions League place this season as they sit a whopping 10 points off a top-four slot.
However, winning the Europa League title would guarantee them a place in the European elite competition next season and subsequently relieve pressure on Arteta.
In their hopes to go all the way in the second tier competition, they will have to get past Slavia Prague who eliminated Rangers in the round of 16.
And just hours ahead of the crucial tie, Arteta has been handed a timely boost in Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith Rowe and Granit Xhaka.
The three players are understood to have taken part in full training in the build up to the clash, meaning they could be involved in the tie.
The trio missed missed Liverpool's meeting through injury and illness but now appear in contention to feature in the midweek encounter.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Nigerian striker Peter Olayinka who currently plays for Slavia Prague stated clearly that he is ready to help his team overcome Arsenal in their Europa League clash on Thursday night.
The Premier League side will be playing at the Emirates stadium in the first leg of their quarterfinal clash against Slavia Prague.
Already, Peter Olayinka and his teammates have knocked out Premier League side Leicester City in the Europa League as they face another big task against an English club.
Source: Legit.ng News