Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta should have almost a full squad available at his disposal for this weekend's Premier League encounter with Leicester.
A bug has gone through the Gunners squad this week which left Pablo Mari left out of the team against Leeds in the League Cup, while Ben White only managed around 55 minutes of action in that game before being withdrawn due to illness.
Kieran Tierney has missed the last two matches against Aston Villa and Leeds due to a bruised ankle, but Arteta confirmed that he hopes to have both the Scot and Martin Odeggard available for selection after a couple of small injuries to the pair.
Granit Xhaka remains a long term absentee.
Arsenal put in one of their better performances of the season against Villa in the Premier League last Friday, winning 3-1.
In that fixture, Arteta opted to field a 4-4-2 formation and we could see that again against the Foxes.
Aaron Ramsdale will start in goal behind a back four of Takehiro Tomiyasu, Gabriel, White and Tierney.
Bukaya Saka and Emile Smith Rowe will feature on the wings with Thomas Partey and Albert Sambi Lokonga in central midfield.
Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could partner each other up front again.
Odegaard could start the game on the bench due to his recovery from injury.