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Nasri: Recovered from injury

Nasri: Recovered from injury

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Arsenal playmaker Samir Nasri could start against Barca.

Nasri has recovered from the hamstring injury sustained on January 30 and has been included in the squad for the first leg of the last 16 tie.

Bacary Sagna is suspended while Abou Diaby is missing with a calf problem, but Tomas Rosicky has recovered from his groin injury.

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