Arsenal players and staff look set to resume training next Tuesday after finishing their 14-day self-isolation period, according to Sky Sports.
Coronavirus has halted Premier League action until at least April 4th and, as head coach Mikel Arteta was diagnosed with Covid-19 last week, the Gunners have taken strict precautionary measures to ensure the remainder club’s personnel stay fit and healthy, subject to government advice.
The north-Londoners will face relegation candidates Norwich City upon their return to domestic matters if all goes according to plan, and all is still very much to play for in terms of European qualification, whether it be Europa League or, favourably, Champions League.
Arteta’s men were beaten in the Europa League’s Round-of-32 stage by Olympiacos, so as all eyes are fixed firmly on league proceedings, they have a prime opportunity to set the record straight with a spirited push towards the back end of the staggered 2019-20 campaign.
Arsenal, perched 9th in the standings, are currently 3 points off 6th-placed Wolverhampton Wanderers, meaning it’s too close to call who’ll reside in the top 6 once all’s done and dusted, but this useful betting odds converter could offer some clarity in predicting the probability of the Gunners’ chances.
Match sharpness will be key for the players after honouring the preventative intermission of play, so once the club’s London Colney training base open its doors once more, they’ll have a rigorous regime ahead of them, purely to make sure they’ve sweated the last of any lingering health doubts out of their systems, as well as brushing off the odd cobweb.
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