The Brazilian has suffered a knee injury and is set to undergo a late fitness test to determine the extent of the problem.
While the injury is not thought to be serious, Jesus has a history of knee problems and the Gunners are treating him with care.
Jesus missed the opening weeks of the season after undergoing knee surgery to cure a minor problem and he’s been dogged with knee issues throughout his career.
While Mikel Arteta is desperate to win the FA Cup for a second time as manager, the Premier League is Arsenal’s priority.
Provided today’s game does not end in a draw and require a replay, Arsenal will have a two-week break before they take on Crystal Palace.
Arsenal have struggled for goals this season, and Eddie Nketiah is likely to be given a starting berth in Jesus’ absence.
Liverpool will be without Mohamed Salah following the winger’s departure for the Africa Cup of Nations with Egypt.
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