Mikel Arteta’s side will go into the weekend’s match with Brighton with just one player missing from the playing squad, with Granit Xhaka expected to miss the action in the next couple of months.
After first-team players likes Partey, Aubameyang, Lacazette, White, and Gabriel missed Arsenal first three opening league games due to fitness issues and positive Coronavirus tests, for the first time this season the Gunners went into the Matchday 6 against Spurs with the entire playing players available.
With this available squad, the Gunners are improving on the pitch, as they win their all September’s fixtures with including 3-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur in past weekend at Emirates stadium.
Meanwhile, one of the players who was thoroughly impressive against Tottenham Hotspur is now expected to suffer an extended period on the sidelines.
Xhaka suffered a knee injury in the north London derby on Sunday and after further assessment, the Swiss is expected to be missing for the next three months of action.
The remaining of Mikel Arteta squad available for selection against Brighton, who enjoyed a fantastic start to this year’s Premier League, which saw them sit on sixth on position on league standings with 13 points after six matches.
Also ahead of trip to Brighton, Mikel Arteta and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been nominated for English Premier League prestigious award. Aubameyang nominated for PL Goal of the Month while Mikel Arteta, nominated for PL Manager of the Month.
The Gunners boss is favourite to win his award after lead his side’s win all their Premier League’s fixtures in September while Aubameyang lovely goal against Spurs, dominated for PL Goal of the Month.