Arsenal have climbed back up to fourth place in the Injury League table as Crystal Palace drop to fifth.

As well as Santi Cazorla (ankle), Francis Coquelin (hamstring) and Danny Welbeck (groin), Arsenal now have Calum Chambers (hip) and Alex Iwobi (thigh) out of action ahead of their Europa League clash away to BATE Borisov.

Chambers was taken off at half time during the Gunners League Cup clash against Doncaster Rovers, which Arsenal narrowly won 1-0. He’s expected back on 14 October.

Meanwhile, Iwobi has strained one of his quadriceps and is yet to be given a return date. He missed out on pre-Borisov training.

Palace drop to fifth in the table with just three players out of action.

Check out the Injury League table in full here.

Here’s how the rest of the Injury League top four looks:

Everton (8):

Barkley, Ross – Hamstring Strain
Bolasie, Yannick – ACL Injury
Coleman, Seamus – Double Leg Fracture
Funes Mori, Ramiro – Knee Cartilage Surgery
Jagielka, Phil – Hamstring Injury
Keane, Michael – Foot Injury
McCarthy, James – Knee Injury
Rooney, Wayne – Eye Injury

Watford (5):

Cathcart, Craig – Knee Surgery
Chalobah, Nathaniel – Knee Injury
Hoban, Tom – ACL Injury
Kaboul, Younès – Hamstring Strain
Prödl, Sebastian – Hamstring Injury

Stoke (7):

Cameron, Geoff – Hamstring Injury
Haugaard, Jakob – Head Injury
Ireland, Stephen – Broken Leg
Martins Indi, Bruno – Groin Injury
Ngoy, Julien – Thigh Strain
Shawcross, Ryan – Back Injury
Wimmer, Kevin – Hamstring Injury

Keep up-to-date with Arsenal’s latest injuries as well as their next four opponents’ here.