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Arsenal will be out to avenge their 3-2 defeat to Stoke when they welcome the Potters to the Emirates on Sunday, as Paddy Power offer 14/1 on the Arsenal/Man Utd/Barcelona ‘home’ treble.

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The Gunners could be boosted by the surprise inclusion of German International, Mesut Ozil.

The 26 year old has been out of action since October with a torn ligament in his left knee however he is set to be included in Arsene Wenger’s squad this weekend and could yet make the starting line-up.

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Speaking ahead of the game, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said “He will have a training session on Friday with the squad.

“He will certainly be available for selection on Sunday. Will I start him or not? I haven’t decided yet.”

Wenger also revealed that Aaron Ramsey and Mathieu Flamini were fit again while Danny Welbeck was still out.

“The team news is that Ramsey is back in training, Ozil is back in training and Flamini is back in training. We’ve got three players back,” added the French man.

“Welbeck is still not available for Sunday because he is a bit short. Maybe next week he will be available.

“[Olivier] Giroud is back from suspension. So we have a bigger squad than last week.”

The Gunners and in particular Wenger came under pressure following their defeat at the Britannia with the score line, which at one point was 3-0 to the hosts, putting a gloss on the result.

Stoke can expect a very different game in London however with Mark Hughes’ side losing all six games at the Emirates since their promotion in 2008.

Hughes could hand a debut to his new loan signing, German defender Philipp Wollscheid, while Victor Moses is available after a thigh problem.

Bojan Krkic (hamstring) is rated doubtful and Mame Biram Diouf is on international duty with Senegal at the African cup of Nations.

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