Arsenal full-back Kieran Tierney looks certain to miss both legs of the Europa League last eight against Slava Prague with an injury.
Tierney picked up a knee injury against Liverpool on Saturday evening as Arsenal suffered a 3-0 loss in the Premier League. Scotland is set to have a scan on his right knee on Tuesday with the results expected to confirm an extended spell on the sidelines for the former Celtic man.
Speaking after the game, Mikel Arteta said, "He felt something in his knee."
"He was in pain so it looks like he will be injured but we don't know how long for."
According to reports, Tierney could be out for at least a few weeks.
Matches he could miss
Should be on the sidelines for three weeks, the left-back will be out of Arsenal's both legs of the Europa League quarter-finals against Slavia Prague as well as Premier League clashes against Sheffield United, Fulham, and Everton.
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