Arsenal have a huge few weeks ahead, and look set to enter them without a right midfielder.

Aaron Ramsey is out for a number of weeks, with Jack Wilshere and Danny Welbeck both still injured long-term. That was well known before Tuesday night, when Arsenal lost Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott.

Arsenal now have to play Swansea City on Saturday and Bayern Munich on Wednesday ahead of the north London derby on 8th November. An international break follows those three huge fixtures, but Arsenal need results as we look to keep pace with Manchester City and qualify from our Champions League group.

Picking a team from the currently available players isn’t a terrible chore, but we now can’t afford any more knocks. We’ve just hit form and, yet again, lose players to injury.

An international break in November will at least give us time to regroup, but these are huge blows to suffer ahead of a massive week.

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