LUFC Arsenal v Leeds Team News
Leeds United boss Simon Grayson has a number of injury doubts for the FA Cup clash at Arsenal.
A number of players picked up injuries in the midweek defeat at Cardiff City.
Andy O`Brien (dead leg) and Lloyd Sam (thigh) are both doubts.
Ben Parker played his first full ninety minutes since May 2009.
Sanchez Watt has been given clearance to play by parent club Arsenal and he will be hoping to feature despite suffering a head injury at Cardiff.
Neil Kilkenny is away on international duty with Australia.
Long term injured Richard Naylor and Patrick Kisnorbo are still on the sidelines.
Arsenal will definitely be without Bacary Sagna after his sending off in the midweek draw with Manchester City.
Aaron Ramsey could make his first start for the Gunners since suffering a broken leg in February last year.
The Welshman has recently returned from a loan spell at Nottingham Forest where he has been gaining match fitness.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is likely to rest a number of first team regulars. Both Robin Van Persie and Nasri are carrying knocks and expected to miss the game.
Wenger as also hinted that Jack Wilshere and Laurent Koscielny will be rested after the busy festive period.
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