By Tony Hughes

Arsene Wenger’s 20th anniversary celebrations at Turf Moor will be dampened slightly after news of a bizarre incident involving some of Arsenal’s travelling fans.

The Guardian reported that the 9.38am service from Kings Cross to Sunderland collided with a herd of cows and services have been disrupted with one train containing supporters being turned back.

Arsenal fans took to Twitter and most of them managed to find some humour in the situation, although we doubt the fans who are missing the game will see the funny side.

Here are a selection of some of the Tweets from the Arsenal fans:

The game kicks off at 4.30pm and for any fans that can’t make it to the ground, the match is being shown live on Sky Sports.

Arsenal are looking for their fifth win in seven Premier League games, and three points will see them leapfrog both Everton and Liverpool.

London rivals Tottenham are currently playing league leaders Man City, and are beating them 2-0 at half-time. If they hold on for the three points they’ll take the second-place spot in the league behind Pep Guardiola’s team.

In other Arsenal news, this is what the Burnley manager had to say about Arsene Wenger ahead of their Premier League clash on Sunday.