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Former Spurs man set to make Sunderland debut at Arsenal

13:56 17 August 2012

Louis Saha, Tottenham Hotspur

Louis Saha, Tottenham Hotspur

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Team News: Arsenal v Sunderland

Louis Saha could start for Sunderland in tomorrow’s Barclays Premier League clash against Arsenal.

The Frenchman joined on a one-year deal this week after he was released by Tottenham and is likely to feature with striker Stephane Sessegnon an injury doubt (ankle).

Wes Brown (knee ligaments), Phil Bardsley (ankle) and David Vaughan (surgery) are all set to miss out.

Squad: Westwood, Mignolet, Cattermole, Larsson, Gardner, Campbell, Wickham, Richardson, Kilgallon, Colback, O’Shea, Ji, Meyler, Bramble, McClean, Elmohamady, Saha, Cuellar.

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