Denilson to replace injured Fabregas

Arsenal midfielder Denilson has recovered from a back injury and is set to come in for the injured Cesc Fabregas against Hull on Saturday.

Last Updated: 18/12/09 at 14:41

Denilson: Back for Arsenal

Denilson: Back for Arsenal

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Fabregas is likely to be out for eight to 10 days with a minor hamstring strain.

Tomas Rosicky (hamstring), Nicklas Bendtner (groin), Robin van Persie (ankle) remain sidelined, along with full-back Gael Clichy (back) and Johan Djourou (knee). Armand Traore, however, could return against Aston Villa on December 27.

Kick-off 5.30pm.

Arsenal (from): Almunia, Silvestre, Vermaelen, Gallas, Sagna, Song, Denilson, Diaby, Nasri, Walcott, Arshavin, Fabianski, Vela, Eduardo, Wilshere, Eboue, Ramsey, Senderos.

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