On Wednesdays, Daily Cannon looks back over all the injuries that the Arsenal squad currently has, so let’s see who’s available for Sunday’s clash against Burnley at the Emirates.

Santi Cazorla (Ankle)

Out. No one knows when he’ll return but he just underwent a second surgery so it’s not looking good.

Per Mertesacker (Knee)

Out. The centreback is back in training but won’t be involved, with rumours linking him with a loan move.

Theo Walcott (Calf)

No one’s really sure when the forward will return to action although it should be soon since Wenger claims the injury’s not serious. He won’t make the Burnley match.

Mathieu Debuchy (Hamstring)

Out. The right-back isn’t expected to be fit before the end of the month and will most likely have left the club in the transfer window by then.

Olivier Giroud (Ankle)

The big guy started limping after he scored against Swansea last weekend and was taken off for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the 60th minute. Although we wait official confirmation, I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s a huge doubt.

Kieran Gibbs (Knee)

There’s been very little news about Gibbs after he picked up a knock on Boxing Day, which suggests he’s a doubt.

Francis Coquelin (Hamstring)

Out. The midfielder isn’t expected back until the end of January.

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Hector Bellerin (Ankle)

The right-back missed out on the trip to Swansea after picking up an injury in training. It isn’t thought to be serious though so he could return against Burnley.

Keep up-to-date with Arsenal’s current injuries here