Mikel Arteta & co. will back in action when they lock horns with Norwich City on September 11 after the international break.
The Gunners host Daniel Farke’s side at Emirates stadium with Mikel Arteta’s men aiming of bounce back to winning ways after started their new Premier League campaign in a disappointing way.
The north London club are yet to muster a single point or goal across their opening fixtures and having suffered hefty defeat at the hands of Brentford, Chelsea and Manchester City, the latter of which ended in a 5-0 drubbing at the Etihad.
However, ahead of crucial clash against Norwich, Mikel Arteta has been received huge boost with potential return of some of his key players, including Ben White and Gabriel Magalheas.
Starting from Ben White, the Englishman has been missed Arsenal’s last two league games after contracted with Covid-19, but the defender made returned to action in Wednesday’s behind closed doors friendly match against Brentford.
As a result of that, White could be available for selection against Norwich City, as he ready to help his side’s kick-off to taking important points this month.
Gabriel Magalheas has been missed Arsenal’s last three opening Premier League fixtures, due to sustained an ankle injury in Olympic Squad with Brazil.
However, the Brazilian defender has been returned to action after taking part in Wednesday’s behind closed doors friendly match against Brentford and could available for selection against Norwich City next week Saturday.
Thomas Partey, on the other hand, missed Arsenal’s last three league games, after suffered an injury against Chelsea in a pre-season friendly on August 1.
The Ghanaian is not taking part in Wednesday’s behind closed doors friendly match against Brentford, but is working hard with the medical team in hope of return to action against Norwich City next week Saturday.
Granit Xhaka had tested positive for Covid-19 at Switzerland. Meanwhile, the Gunners midfielder is automatic unavailable for selection against Norwich following his red card against Manchester City.
Sead Kolasinac has been sustained injury problem during Bosnia and Herzegovina’s game with France and the left-back likely to be unavailable for selection against Norwich.
Eddie Nketiah, on the other hand, suffered an injury against Thomas Tuchel’s side in pre-season, enduring an ankle problem that has kept him out until now.
He was due to return to training in early September, but it is unclear when he will next be available.
Back In July last year, Mikel Arteta’s men defeat Norwich at Emirates, in which Aubameyang netted twice while Granit Xhaka and Cedric Soares also on score-sheet.
The rest of Mikel Arteta’s men could be available if there’s no any injury problem during the remaining fixtures of World Cup qualifiers while new signing Takehiro Tomiyasu could hope of making his debut against Norwich after seal £17million plus add ons on deadline day from Bologna.
Here is Arsenal possible lineup against Norwich if all Mikel Arteta’s men are available for selection.