Arsenal travel to Hull knowing that a win will pretty much seal a top four place with three games to spare.
Heading into the game, Arsenal are on an unbeaten streak of 10 games in all competitions (W9 D1) and just two defeats in the last 20 games.
Much of this improved form has come from the return of the majority of players from their various ailments and Arsene Wenger’s ability to pick a relatively settled side, cup games apart.
It’s unlikely that we will see much, if any, change from the side that started against Chelsea last weekend. Mathieu Debuchy is a doubt with a hamstring and with Hector Bellerin in great form, making the European Team of the Week in Spain and Italy for his performance against the Champions-elect, it makes no sense to risk the Frenchman.
I fancy we will see the same XI start the game against Hull as started against Chelsea – making it the fourth league game in a row that Wenger has named an unchanged lineup.
When was the last time that happened?