Arsenal young star, Martin Odegaard was opportuned to captain his Norway national team yesterday night when they played their world cup qualifier against Gibraltar, but such opportunity ended prematurely at halftime due to the little knock he picked up.
This would have been a serious concern for Arsenal Football Club ahead of their next match against Liverpool Football Club, but the head coach of the Norway national team, Stale Solbakken has confirmed that the Arsenal Midfielder did not suffer any serious injury and that he will hopefully be available for the Norway team when they play their next match against Turkey on Saturday.
This is a good news for Arsenal Football Club ahead of their match against Liverpool as the Norwegian Midfielder remains fit and will be available for the Gunners on 4th April when they take on Liverpool Football Club.
Martin Odegaard has become a very important Player to the Arsenal team and his absence would have been a sad one, but the Gunners are rather lucky to escape such following the updates given by the Norway national team coach.
The Gunners will be hoping to get back to winning ways against Liverpool Football Club and the availability of Martin Odegaard will definitely be a big boost in that direction, but do you think Arsenal can beat Liverpool? What are your predictions.
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