Arsenal remain third in the Injury League table as we head into yet another interlull.
Arsenal are without seven players as our few fit ones venture off to represent their countries.
Santi Cazorla (Achilles), Calum Chambers (hip), Danny Welbeck (groin), David Ospina (groin), Shkodran Mustafi (hamstring), Rob Holding (quadriceps) and Per Mertesacker (illness) are all sidelined.
The Gunners lost Holding and Per just before their clash away to Manchester City, which meant Arsene Wenger started Francis Coquelin in the middle of his back three.
Chambers, Welbz, Mustafi and Ospina will all apparently be available for the North London Derby on 18 November.
Spurs are miraculously suddenly without eight players going into the international break. I wonder if they’ll be ready for the clash at the Emirates… Something tells me they will.
Here’s how the rest of the Injury League top four stack up.
Barkley, Ross – Hamstring Strain
Bolasie, Yannick – ACL Injury
Coleman, Seamus – Double Leg Fracture
Funes Mori, Ramiro – Knee Cartilage Surgery
Martina, Cuco – Concussion
McCarthy, James – Hamstring Injury
Cathcart, Craig – Knee Surgery
Chalobah, Nathaniel – Knee Injury
Gomes, Heurelho – Head Laceration
Hoban, Tom – ACL Injury
Kabasele, Christian – Back Injury
Kaboul, Younès – Hamstring Injury
Pereyra, Roberto – Hamstring Injury
Prödl, Sebastian – Hamstring Injury
Success, Isaac – Knee Injury
Cazorla, Santi – Plantaris Injury
Chambers, Calum – Hip Injury
Holding, Rob – Quadriceps Strain
Mertesacker, Per – Illness
Mustafi, Shkodran – Quadriceps Strain
Ospina, David – Groin Strain
Welbeck, Danny – Hamstring Injury
Billing, Philip – Ankle Injury
Gorenc-Stankovic, Jon – ACL Injury
Hefele, Michael – Achilles Injury
Malone, Scott – Knock
Palmer, Kasey – Hamstring Injury