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Arsenal team news: Injury, suspension list vs. Bournemouth

Sports Mole rounds up Arsenal's latest injury and suspension news ahead of Monday's FA Cup clash with Bournemouth.

Arsenal will be looking to win for the first time since January 6 when they travel to Bournemouth in the fourth round of the FA Cup on Monday night.

The Gunners beat Leeds United 1-0 at the Emirates Stadium to progress in the competition but have not won since, drawing each of their last three Premier League matches.

Mikel Arteta's side came from a goal behind to draw with Chelsea in the league on Tuesday night, though, despite losing David Luiz to a red card in the early exchanges.

Here, Sports Mole rounds up Arsenal's latest injury and suspension news ahead of the clash with Bournemouth, who will enter the match off the back of a 3-1 win over Brighton & Hove Albion.

Calum Chambers

Calum Chambers goes off injured for Arsenal on December 29, 2019© Reuters

Status: Out
Type of injury: Knee
Possible return date: Unknown

Calum Chambers will miss the remainder of the 2019-20 campaign having undergone knee surgery after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament. The defender also faces a battle to be fit for the start of next season.

Kieran Tierney

Arsenal's Kieran Tierney in action with West Ham United's Robert Snodgrass in the Premier League on December 9, 2019© Reuters

Status: Out
Type of injury: Shoulder
Possible return date: Unknown

Kieran Tierney, who arrived at the Emirates Stadium from Celtic over the summer, has been on the sidelines since suffering a dislocated shoulder against West Ham United last month. The Scotland international is not expected to be available for selection until the middle of March.

Reiss Nelson

Reiss Nelson scores for Arsenal on January 6, 2020© Reuters

Status: Out
Type of injury: Hamstring
Possible return date: February 16 (vs. Newcastle United)

Reiss Nelson has been absent since picking up a hamstring injury against Leeds at the start of the month. The attacker is not expected to be available for selection until at least the middle of February.

Sokratis Papastathopoulos

Arsenal's Sokratis in action with Manchester United's Anthony Martial in the Premier League on January 1, 2020© Reuters

Status: Minor doubt
Type of injury: Illness
Possible return date: January 27 (vs. Bournemouth)

Sokratis has missed Arsenal's last two matches through illness. The centre-back was believed to be close to featuring against Chelsea on Tuesday, though, and could therefore be available for the clash with Bournemouth.

Sead Kolasinac

Arsenal's Sead Kolasinac reacts after sustaining an injury from a challenge from Manchester City's Rodri© Reuters

Status: Out
Type of injury: Thigh
Possible return date: February 16 (vs. Newcastle United)

Like Sokratis, Sead Kolasinac has not been involved since the 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace. The defender is battling a thigh problem and will not be available until the middle of next month.


Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang sees red on January 11, 2020© Reuters

Status: Out
Possible return date: February 2 (vs. Burnley)

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has missed Arsenal's last two matches against Sheffield United and Chelsea with the red card that he picked up against Palace on January 11. The Gabon international will serve the final game of his suspension against Bournemouth before potentially returning against Burnley on February 2.

David Luiz

Arsenal's David Luiz is shown a red card by referee Stuart Attwell on January 21, 2020© Reuters

Status: Out
Possible return date: February 2 (vs. Burnley)

Luiz will be suspended for the FA Cup clash having been sent off against Chelsea on Tuesday night. It is just a one-game ban for the centre-back, though, as the dismissal was not for violent conduct, meaning that he could return for Arsenal's next Premier League match.

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