By Chris Harris
Tomas Rosicky has been added to the list of ‘doubts' for Arsenal's visit to Hull City.
On Thursday morning Arsène Wenger told Arsenal TV Online that Cesc Fabregas (hamstring) would probably miss Saturday's game while Sol Campbell (fatigue) and Bacary Sagna (ankle) might not make the trip.
Having assessed his squad in training, Wenger gave an injury update when he faced the media at his usual pre-match press conference. The news on Campbell was more positive but Rosicky's groin is now a cause for concern.
"We have a little doubt about Rosicky, but we will check that tomorrow morning," said Wenger. "Nobody else is back, but we will lose Alex Song, because he is suspended.
"Everyone else has recovered quite well from Tuesday night. Campbell looks better than expected today. Sagna has an ankle problem but we will assess that tomorrow.
"We will see how it develops and who is available, who I can play. We know we have 48 hours to prepare for this game and it is quite needed.
"But [Fabregas'] chances of playing are 0.5 per cent - that means unless a miracle happens, he will not play. At the moment, he is out of Saturday's game."
William Gallas (calf) plus long-term absentees Robin van Persie, Kieran Gibbs, Johan Djourou and Aaron Ramsey will not be available for Saturday.