Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will miss Arsenal's Carabao Cup quarter-final against Manchester City with a calf injury, says Mikel Arteta.
Aubameyang was missing for the Gunners' 2-1 annihilation at Everton on Saturday, after which they get themselves fifteenth in the Premier League and only four focuses over the assignment zone.
Tuesday's down at home to City is an open door for Arsenal to disregard their pitiable group structure and spotlight on arriving at a cup semi-last, however their errand is made more enthusiastically without their skipper.
Arteta stated, "Auba isn't good for later, that is without a doubt. [He] is feeling greatly improved. He was more sure yesterday (Sunday) than in the past two days. He will have another output in the following not many days and we will perceive how rapidly we can get him back in the group.
"It's a truly decent game for us to play since it's the sort of game that we are searching for through the season."
Despite the fact that he has just added two prizes to Arsenal's assortment during his generally brief timeframe at the Emirates, Arteta is going under expanding pressure due to their group position.
They have won only one of their last 10 matches in the opposition and the Spaniard trusts it is in intense minutes that he will find what sort of characters he has in his crew.
"Regularly when that occurs, you have two sorts of individuals: contenders and casualties," he clarified. "You simply need contenders – you don't need any casualties.
"Casualties simply bring pardons, bring cynicism and they begin to accuse all that is going on around them or that isn't going for them.
"You simply need individuals who battle, individuals who contribute, and individuals who are prepared to offer everything to the reason at these times."
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