Arsenal are now closer to Liverpool in fourth than Watford in second in the Injury League table.
The Gunners have just Santi Cazorla (ankle), Olivier Giroud (thigh) and Theo Walcott (illness) currently sidelined, with the Frenchman set to return for Arsenal’s Europa League clash against FC Cologne.
Santi, of course, is the only long-term injury the Gunners have at the moment, which is an improvement from a few weeks ago.
Meanwhile, FC Cologne have eight players out for the clash on Thursday and Burnley have three sidelined ahead of Sunday’s Premier League fixture.
Here’s how the Injury League top four looks:
Barkley, Ross – Hamstring Strain
Bolasie, Yannick – ACL Injury
Coleman, Seamus – Double Leg Fracture
Funes Mori, Ramiro – Knee Cartilage Surgery
McCarthy, James – Hamstring Injury
Schneiderlin, Morgan – Toe Injury
Cathcart, Craig – Knee Surgery
Chalobah, Nathaniel – Knee Injury
Femenía, Kiko – Knock
Hoban, Tom – ACL Injury
Kaboul, Younès – Hamstring Injury
Success, Isaac – Knee Injury
Cazorla, Santi – Plantaris Injury
Giroud, Olivier – Thigh Injury
Walcott, Theo – Illness
Bogdán, Ádám – ACL Injury
Clyne, Nathaniel – Lower Back Injury
Lallana, Adam – Thigh Strain
Matip, Joel – Thigh Strain
Ward, Danny – Lower Back Injury