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Partey joined the Gunners in a big money move from Atlético Madrid last summer.
Injury has prevented his exciting start to life in north London and he has made just six appearances so far for Arsenal, with the last of those coming against Tottenham on December 6, when he was forced to limp off before half-time.
Thomas Teye Partey replaced Dani Caballos in the 69th minute as they were in search of the winner.
The game ended goalless.
The draw leaves Arsenal 11th in the table, a point ahead of Crystal Palace in 13th.
Partey could makes his first start in two months when Arsenal host Newcastle United on Monday.