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Arsene Wenger's latest injury update ahead of tonight's Champions League game


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that striker Olivier Giroud and midfielder Aaron Ramsey are expected to be back in the squad before the end of the month.

The Gunners host Ludogorets in today's Champions League action hoping to take full control of Group A of the competition.

Goalkeeper David Ospina will start in goal with striker Lucas Perez expected to be given a rare start in the Frenchman's starting eleven.

"For [tonight] we have a similar squad to the one that faced Swansea [City]," Wenger explained.

"There are no injuries and everyone is available.

"They [Olivier Giroud and Aaron Ramsey] continue their preparation as they have been out for a long time. I think they need sharpening up now but they are not far away."

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