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Ozil, Willock, Lacazette, Smith Rowe – Latest Arsenal injury news ahead Sheffield United test

The Premier League is back this weekend after a two-week international break.

But the Arsenal supporters will have to wait just a bit longer to see their side in action.

The Gunners’ trip to face new-boys Sheffield United is live on Sky Sports on Monday Night and that may not be such a bad thing.

It will give Unai Emery’s players a bit more time to recover properly fro their international excursions for the game.

And not only that, it will give the sidelined stars even more chance of getting back into the first team picture.

Arsenal have enjoyed an excellent start to the season having gone eight games in all competitions without losing a game.

This has moved the Gunners up to third in the Premier League, and the hope is that they’ll be able to sustain that push for the top four over…