Arsenal host Chelsea in what will be Mikel Arteta’s first home game as Arsenal head coach so who’s fit and who’s not?
With his coaching team finally confirmed, we should have more of an idea what Arteta is asking from these Arsenal players by the end of Sunday afternoon.
Arsenal will have to face up to Chelsea without Kieran Tierney, whose injury misfortune continues.
Sead Kolasinac is also out with an ankle problem.
Doubts also hang over Gabriel Martinelli who has a hamstring issue and Rob Holding whose knee is still giving him a bit of bother.
Calum Chambers will return after his suspension while Sokratis takes his place on the naughty step after picking up his fifth booking against Bournemouth.
The yellow card tally needed for a ban increases from five to 10 after this round of matches.
Both Granit Xhaka and Matteo Guendouzi are at risk of picking up a fifth card against Chelsea.