Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney are both available for selection for tomorrow night’s Europa League clash with Standard Liege.
The Belgians visit the Emirates to face an Arsenal side looking for a second European win of the season, and bar a couple of absentees Unai Emery has a full squad to choose from.
Alexandre Lacazette is continuing his rehabilitation from an ankle injury, while Emile Smith Rowe is likely to miss out following a concussion picked up in the 5-0 win over Nottingham Forest in the Carabao Cup.
Aside from that, the club report that ‘All other players fit and available for selection’, which should mean a first start for Bellerin, and another chance for Tierney to impress having dropped out of the Scotland squad for the upcoming Interlull.
If, as expected, Rob Holding also starts, it’ll be a glimpse at three players together who many hope will be the future of our back four in the months to come.
Emery will surely rotate, giving chances to the likes of Reiss Nelson, Emi Martinez, and Gabriel Martinelli, while resting Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ahead of Sunday’s encounter with Bournemouth.
Mesut Ozil might even get a game.