Arsenal face Crystal Palace on Monday 10 April but with the Eagles now having 11 players sidelined, what sort of team will they be able to field?

Palace are set to face Southampton tonight (Wednesday) off the back of a stunning 2-1 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

However, with 11 players now out, how strong will they be?

Here’s who’s currently out of Palace going into their match at St Mary’s ahead of their clash with Arsenal next Monday:

  • Connor Wickham – knee
  • Scott Dann – knee
  • James Tomkins – calf
  • Steve Mandanda – knee
  • Patrick van Aanholt – ankle
  • James McArthur – back
  • Fraizer Campbell – muscular
  • Mathieu Flamini – muscular
  • Loic Remy – muscular
  • Pape Souare – thigh
  • Jonathan Benteke – knee

Arsenal, meanwhile, have five players out with David Ospina (back) and Laurent Koscielny (Achilles) both carrying injuries from the 2-2 draw against Manchester City on Sunday. Santi Cazorla (ankle), Lucas Perez (thigh) and Petr Cech (calf) are all still out, with Cech potientially available for the trip to Selhurst Park.

None will face West Ham today (Wednesday) and it’s likely that Kos in particular won’t be ready for Palace.

View this season’s Premier League Injury League here

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