Arsenal have been boosted by the news that the key trio of Hector Bellerin, Aaron Ramsey and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will make a return from injuries after the international break.
The Daily Mail explains that Bellerin, Ramsey and Chamberlain will all be part of the squad that would travel to the Hawthorns for the Premier League away fixture against West Bromwich Albion after the international break.
The trio are currently part of the Arsenal injury army, with the Gunners missing no less than eight first team players with injuries.
Boss Arsene Wenger has so far struggled for options, with the Frenchman having to rely on defender Kieran Gibbs to make an attacking impact against Tottenham on Sunday.
And the planned worked out well as Gibbs grabbed the goal that won Arsenal a point in the north London derby, but there are still concerns that the Gunners’ current injury crisis could derail their chance of winning the Premier League title – which has eluded them for eleven years – this term.
But those fears have been alleviated a bit now as first-choice right-back [Bellerin], influential midfielder [Ramsey] and pacey winger [Chamberlain] are all set to feature in the West Brom game.
Bellerin’s return, in particular, will serve as the best news for Arsenal as Mathieu Debuchy – who has been deputising for the young Spaniard – has failed to do so adequately.
Also, having more attacking options in Ramsey and Chamberlain will also be a boost for Wenger as he seeks to get his side back to winning ways after the draw against Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs.