Watch Gallery: Gabriel & Partey lead Arsenal final preparation ahead of Newcastle United clash

Thomas Partey and Gabriel Magalheas are lead Arsenal final preparations on Friday as Mikel Arteta’s men prepared for FA Cup third round clash with Newcastle United.

The Gunners players were back out on the grass at London Colney training base on Friday following their comfortable 4-0 win against West Brom last weekend, with the focus now turning towards Saturday’s FA Cup clash with Newcastle United.

After hovering dangerously close to the relegation zone a few weeks ago, Mikel Arteta’s men are back superb form in recent weeks, winning three consecutive Premium League games and are now 11th position in the league standings.

The Gunners are just six points off the top four and it appears they have used new West Brom boss Sam Allardyce’s comments that Arsenal were a relegation rival as an extra bit of motivation.

Next up for Mikel Arteta’s men are home tie in the third-round of the FA Cup against Newcastle United on Saturday and ahead of game Mikel Arteta & co. are handed an huge boost with summer signing Thomas Partey and Gabriel Magalheas made major part during Friday’s training at club training session.

The powerful central midfielder has been limping off in the north London derby against Tottenham Hotspur in the early throws of December while Gabriel Magalheas contacted with COVID-19 towards the end of last month.

Partey has missed Arsenal last eight games in all competitions while Gabriel missed last three league games but duo are handed Mikel Arteta’s squad huge boost with return to full training with their team-mates for preparations for the third round of FA Cup clash with Newcastle United.

Partey and Gabriel are expected to be in contention for tomorrow clash after made participate in the training in the couple of days with their team-mates.

Alexandre Lacazette, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Gabriel Martinelli included Granit Xhaka was also took major part at London Colney on Friday morning.



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Source: Sportarena