Robinho doubtful for Arsenal clash

Manchester City are sweating on the fitness of Robinho ahead of Saturday's big Premier League clash with Arsenal at Eastlands.

Last Updated: 11/09/09 at 15:31

Robinho: Picked up injury playing for Brazil

Robinho: Picked up injury playing for Brazil

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The Brazilian suffered an ankle injury on international duty last week and, while City boss Mark Hughes does not think there is any extensive damage, scans will determine whether he is involved.

Craig Bellamy is expected to keep his place as Carlos Tevez (knee) has been ruled out, while Emmanuel Adebayor and Kolo Toure face their former club for the first time.

City (from): Given, Taylor, Richards, Zabaleta, Toure, Lescott, Ohuoha, Bridge, De Jong, Barry, Wright-Phillips, Weiss, Ireland, Robinho, Petrov, Adebayor, Tripper.

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