Arsenal will look to bounce back from defeat against Manchester United when they face Rafa Benitez’s embattled Everton side at Goodison Park on Monday night.
The Gunners missed a big chance to move into the top four in midweek, but they could return to fifth place and leapfrog both United and Tottenham with a win against Everton.
Mikel Arteta’s last trip to Merseyside was not kind on his side, resulting in a 4-0 humbling at the hands of Liverpool.
Arsenal have enjoyed consistency in the line-up throughout the season, and that should continue with Aaron Ramsdale in goal, Ben White partnering Gabriel at centre-back and Takehiro Tomiyasu lining up on the right.
But Arteta could welcome back Kieran Tierney at left-back, who has watched the last three matches from the bench after carrying an injury up until the international break.
As Granit Xhaka remains a long-term absentee, Thomas Partey and Albert Sambi Lokonga are virtually unchallenged in the two No.6 positions, with Martin Odegaard likely to operate ahead of them.
Gabriel Martinelli has shown improvement in recent weeks but could make way for the returning Bukayo Saka on the right-hand side.
Emile Smith-Rowe has a slight question hanging over him but he should be ready to assume his place on the left of midfield, with captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang set to lead the line. The Gabonese has failed to score in his last five Premier League matches and could do with a goal at Goodison.