Fulham defender John Arne Riise believes that Tottenham's busy schedule may give his side the advantage when they go head-to-head on Sunday.
The Premier League clash will be Spurs' fourth game in just 11 days, while the Cottagers have not played a competitive match since March 2 due to their early elimination from the FA Cup.
Riise feels that this extra freshness could stand Martin Jol's men in good stead on Sunday, when they try to become the first team to win at White Hart Lane in 14 matches.
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The Gunners were also without Jack Wilshere in Germany and Wenger confirmed that the youngster remains sidelined with a bruised bone in his foot.
"Sagna and Podolski will not be back," the Frenchman told the club's official website.
"And Wilshere, as we know, is out as well. So the only one who will come back is [Nacho] Monreal because he was not qualified for the Champions League."
Kieran Gibbs was in the starting line-up at the Allianz Arena but may have to sit out on Saturday after aggravating a thigh injury.
"I think he will be out on Saturday," Wenger explained. "He had a little reaction on his thigh. He is not injured but we have to be cautious with it. He might be out.
"Apart from that everyone who played [at Bayern] should be OK. There are bumps and bruises after a game of that intensity but that should be it."