Arsenal manager Unai Emery has more reasons to worry ahead of the big clash against Liverpool at the weekend with the doubt of Hector Bellerin for the game.
It was a double blow for the Gunners in the last game against Crystal Palace where the winning run was ended with a 2-2 result and also, Bellerin was subbed out in the halftime of the game as a result of an injury.
This leaves the Spanish manager’s team in not too good condition as other options in the position will prove to be unsatisfactory to the fans and also the stability of the team.
The Spanish right full-back is expected to miss Wednesday’s Carabao Cup game against Blackpool but the most important at the weekend is unknown with the manager stating that he is unsure what the situation is with the player especially ahead of the Saturday game.
Bellerin has got his pace to help the Arsenal attack which will be a big blow if he fails to return against the Reds knowing that a defeat for Arsenal will spell doom on the club’s standing in the Premier League table.
Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 8 Premier League games and they hope to change the narrative they have had in the past when playing against a big side.