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After the clubs’ vote, Arsenal resumed practicing

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Mikel Arteta Arsenal’s boss guided the Gunners on the practice arena following the players have been able to return contactless training.

Since mid-March the Premier League has been suspended due to coronavirus pandemic. The league, however, is expecting to return on track around June 19.

Arsenal resumed training after the clubs voted to start the non-contact training in small groups last Monday, similar to other Premier League clubs.

A trip to Brighton will be their first game back and the last fixture of the Gunners was a 1-0 win at home to West Ham.

Arsenal is in ninth place with a game in hand on 40 points, and only five points off a Champions League spot if Man City ‘s appeal against their UEFA ban fails.

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