North London giants Arsenal have provided the injury news for the Premier League clash with fellow Europa League campaigners Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday evening.
The Gunners have a fully fit squad for the game save for young English winger Reiss Nelson who will not be in the 18-man squad for the Wolves game.
It was revealed that Reiss Nelson will return to full training later this month as he’s currently out with a knee problem.
Reiss Nelson suffered a left knee ligament injury during the recent Europa League clash at home to Standard Liege FC of Belgium.
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He was the only casualty from the game in which Arsenal won 4-0 at the Emirates Stadium.
Apart from Reiss Nelson, the Gunners have a clean bill of health despite the energy-sapping Carabao Cup fourth round trip to Liverpool.
The Arsenal players came through the game unscathed on the injury front as Liverpool booked their place in the quarterfinals with a penalty shootout win over the Gunners.
Arsenal twice lost two-goal leads against Liverpool and they have themselves to blame after the two teams shared a two-goal thriller at the end of regulation time before Liverpool edged their opponents 5-4 on penalties to book a last eight meeting with another top flight team Aston Villa.