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 Posted by ESPN Staff
Apr, 3, 2006

Fabregas and Eboue fit for Turin trip

Cesc Fabregas and Emmanuel Eboue are both fit to travel with Arsenal for their Champions League match against Juventus in Turin.

Midfielder Fabregas - who scored one goal and made the other for Thierry Henry in last week's first leg - suffered a badly-bruised foot in the 5-0 thrashing of Aston Villa on Saturday, and defender Eboue limped off with a groin problem.

But both men have recovered sufficiently to be included in the squad for the second leg of their quarter-final tie, which Arsenal lead 2-0.

A statement on the club's official website confirmed: 'Cesc Fabregas and Emmanuel Eboue will be travelling to Juventus for this week's Champions League quarter-final second leg.

'Both were rated 60-40 against by (manager) Arshne Wenger immediately after the (Aston Villa) game, but both have recovered sufficiently to take their place in the travelling party for Turin for Wednesday's tie.'

Wenger had put veteran defender Sol Campbell on stand-by for what would be a dramatic re-introduction to first-team action.

The England centre-back, 31, has not featured since February 1 when he suffered a nightmare first half against West Ham - and left Highbury after being substituted at the break.

An ankle injury - and then last week a bruised toe - hampered his recovery after Campbell had been being given an extended leave of absence by Wenger.

'You can consider all the options, and that is one of them,' the Arsenal boss said after Saturday's Premiership match.

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