According to Ben Dinnery, both Theo Walcott and Aaron Ramsey could return to action for Arsenal’s clash against Hull on Saturday.
Walcott was ruled out of the Gunners’ clash with PSG on Tuesday due to a ‘mild knee injury‘ but, as we all know, it’s rarely ever that simple. However, according to Dinnery, there are only a few ‘bumps and bruises’ from other players from coming out of the Champions League clash and both Walcott and Aaron Ramsey could return for Hull.
Players are still being assessed from last night: "Few bumps and bruises." Walcott and Ramsey have a chance of making the game at Hull. #AFC
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) September 14, 2016
Ramsey has been out since the first Premier League match of the season against Liverpool with a hamstring injury and although he was expected to be back after the international break, like Alex Iwobi, we weren’t sure how close to that deadline he would make it.
It’ll be good news if Rambo can return and we can keep Theo’s injury woes at bay, at least for a little while.