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Wenger has no worries ahead of United showdown

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will go into this weekend's Premier League clash with Manchester United with no fresh injury worries.

Robin van Persie (knee) and Philippe Senderos (back) remain sidelined but there are no additional injury setbacks following the 3-0 win over Sheffield United in the Carling Cup fourth round.

Van Persie and Senderos have missed the last four games and it appears they are likely to be sidelined until the end of the month.

Wenger added on Arsenal's website: 'After the Reading game [on November 12] there is an international break of two weeks. They should be back following that.'

Arsenal's victory at Bramall Lane has left Wenger confident that his youngsters can win the Carling Cup this season.

The North London side fell at the final hurdle last season when they were beaten 2-1 by Chelsea at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

Wenger went with a mixture of youth and experience in the latter rounds of last season's Carling Cup but the Frenchman said: 'We still missed two or three players but when everybody is here we have a good chance again because we have a little bit more experience.

'But it also depends on the injuries. Last year I sacrificed some players at the end of this competition and we paid for it in the Champions League and the league so it depends on that.

'When you get to a semi-final you have two legs so you need a little bit of experience and that's what I did last year and in the end it caught up with us.'

Meanwhile, Arsenal fans are set to demonstrate against Red and White Holdings, the company owned by Russian businessman Alisher Usmanov which recently bought 23% of the club's shares.

REDaction, which represents Arsenal fans who support the current board, will be voicing their objections to Usmanov at the game in a bid to dissuade him launching a takeover bid.

The group hope to unfurl a number of banners and insist they are behind the board.

A spokesman said: 'Our message isn't sack them, it's back them.'