Arsenal will be looking to continue their impressive Europa League campaign against Rapid Wien at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday evening.
The Gunners have already sealed a place in the knockout stages of the competition and need just a point from either of their final two Group B matches to seal top spot in the group.
Mikel Arteta will be hoping that the game can be a confidence-boosting exercise, with his side currently struggling in the Premier League.
Arsenal were beaten 2-1 on home soil in the Premier League by Wolves on Sunday, with Gabriel’s first half goal proving to be no more than a consolation as Pedro Neto and Daniel Podence both found a way past Bernd Leno before half-time.
Arsenal already had a number of injury problems heading into the clash against Wolves, which was only exacerbated by a huge clash of heads between David Luiz and Raul Jimenez.
The centre-back managed to continue with a bandage over a cut, but was eventually forced off at half-time.
Ahead of hosting their upcoming Austrian opponents this week, here is a round-up all of the very latest Arsenal injury news and when the players currently sidelined are likely to return.