In terms of Mikel Arteta's squad availability against Liverpool, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta 'doesn't want to give anything away.'
The Gunners play the Reds in the second leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final on Thursday evening.
Despite Arteta's side being reduced to ten men in the first half after Granit Xhaka was sent off, the first leg at Anfield ended 0-0.
Arsenal's match against Tottenham on Sunday has been postponed after the Premier League agreed to a postponement request.
The postponement sparked debate, with many fans and analysts slamming Arsenal's request.
The only midfielder available to Arteta was Albert Sambi Lokonga, who was down to the bare bones due to injuries, suspensions, and players attending the African Cup of Nations.
Arteta went on to say how vital the fans will be against Liverpool, saying: “They are able to change the energy the momentum of the game. So If they can drive the team the way they’ve been doing recently that will be a big help.
“We have an opportunity to get into the final, with our people in our stadium. We are very excited to play the game.
“This is why we’re here. To bring success and trophies and joy to our people and keep doing what this club has historically done.”