Arsenal have dropped to fifth in the Injury League table despite having four players still sidelined.

Arsenal are now without Santi Cazorla (ankle), Francis Coquelin (hamstring), Mesut Ozil (knee) and Danny Welbeck (groin) ahead of the Gunners’ League Cup clash against Doncaster Rovers on Wednesday night and West Brom next Monday.

Arsenal lost Welbeck against Chelsea and initial scans on his groin have come back inconclusive.

Despite this, Crystal Palace have risen above Arsene Wenger’s side into fourth with just three players out of action.

Everton meanwhile hold top with five players injured.

Check out how the rest of the Injury League is shaping up five matches into the 2017/18 Premier League season.

Here’s how the Injury League top four looks:

Everton (5):

Barkley, Ross – Hamstring Strain
Bolasie, Yannick – ACL Injury
Coleman, Seamus – Double Leg Fracture
Funes Mori, Ramiro – Knee Cartilage Surgery
McCarthy, James – Knee Injury

Watford (5):

Cathcart, Craig – Knee Surgery
Femenía, Kiko – Head Injury
Hoban, Tom – ACL Injury
Kaboul, Younès – Hamstring Strain
Prödl, Sebastian – Hamstring Injury

Stoke (6):

Afellay, Ibrahim – Knee Surgery
Cameron, Geoff – Hamstring Injury
Haugaard, Jakob – Head Injury
Ireland, Stephen – Broken Leg
Ngoy, Julien – Thigh String
Shawcross, Ryan – Back Injury

Crystal Palace (3):

Loftus-Cheek, Ruben – Thigh Cramp
Wickham, Connor – ACL Injury
Zaha, Wilfried – Knee Injury

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