Arsenal have dropped down to third in the Injury League table ahead of their trip to Liverpool after being joint-top with Watford last week.
Arsenal now only have three players out ahead of their Premier League clash against Liverpool on Sunday and drop down to third in the Injury League table as a result.
Last week, the Gunners were level with Watford at the top. However, now they’re two points below the Hornets, with Everton in between in second.
Arsenal still have Joel Campbell (knee), Santi Cazorla (ankle) and most likely Alexis Sanchez (abdominal/transfer niggle) sidelined ahead of their match at Anfield, with Laurent Koscielny set to return from suspension, Shkodran Mustafi fit, and Francis Coquelin available for selection.
Per Mertesacker has also returned from his head injury, which he suffered against Chelsea in the Community Shield. He was on the bench against Stoke.
Jurgen Klopp’s side, meanwhile, has four players sidelined.
Here’s how the Injury League top five looks:
Hoban, Tom – ACL Injury
Janmaat, Daryl – Groin Strain
Kaboul, Younès – Muscular Injury
Pereyra, Roberto – Groin Injury
Zárate, Mauro – ACL Injury
Barkley, Ross – Hamstring Strain
Bolasie, Yannick – ACL Injury
Coleman, Seamus – Double Leg Fracture
Funes Mori, Ramiro – Knee Cartilage Surgery
McCarthy, James – Knee Injury
Ramírez, Sandro – Heel Injury
Campbell, Joel – Knee Surgery
Cazorla, Santi – Plantaris Injury
Sánchez, Alexis – Abdominal Strain
Bogdán, Ádám – ACL Injury
Clyne, Nathaniel – Hamstring Injury
Coutinho, Philippe – Illness
Lallana, Adam – Thigh Strain
West Ham (4):
Carroll, Andy – Groin Strain
Kouyaté, Cheikhou – Knee Injury
Lanzini, Manuel – Knee Injury
Reid, Winston – Calf Strain