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Arsenal have no fresh injury concerns going into Man City clash

08:52 20 September 2012

Steve Bould (left) took over from Arsene Wenger against Montpellier. Photo credit: Sean Dempsey/PA wire

Steve Bould (left) took over from Arsene Wenger against Montpellier. Photo credit: Sean Dempsey/PA wire

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Arsenal assistant manager Steve Bould has revealed that the Gunners have no fresh injury concerns going into the game with Manchester City on Sunday.

The Gunners have conceded two goals in five games and confidence is sky high, defying belief that they would struggle after the loss of Robin van Persie.

“Of course Sunday is a tough test,” Bould said.

“We go in there with a bit of confidence, with everybody believing things are going okay. But it is a proper test and that is what we want to do.

“Hopefully we can come through the other side and say we have done okay again on Sunday.

“Everybody is fine, touch wood. Things are looking quite bright.”

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