Czech goalkeeper Petr Čech could be out for up to a month after sustaining a calf muscle injury following the Wednesday night clash between Arsenal and Swansea. Manager Arsène Wenger confirmed at a press conference on Friday, ahead of the upcoming game between Arsenal and Tottenham, that Čech will be out for ‘three to four weeks, adding that the injury was serious. The 33-year-old might also miss out the preparation matches of the Czech national team against Scotland and Sweden at the end of March.
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