Unai Emery’s Arsenal side welcome Everton to the Emirates this weekend after a 4-2 midweek win in the Europa League.
The Gunners will be looking to make it four wins on the bounce in the Premier League with three points over Marco Silva’s men.
With the football calendar starting to get busy, Emery has to choose his side carefully to avoid fatigue and injuries.
This is the XI that we think he could choose on Sunday.
GK - Petr Cech
Bernd Leno made his first Arsenal start on Thursday night in the Europa League but appears unlikely to break into the Premier League side.
Cech has managed to hold down his place as the Gunners’ number one for the time being at least.
RB - Hector Bellerin
Stephan Lichtsteiner came into the side for the Europa League game, which allowed Emery to rest Bellerin. The Spaniard comes back into the XI to provide some energy down the right-hand side of the pitch.
CB - Shkodran Mustafi
Another who was given the night off against Vorskla. The Gunners are yet to keep a clean sheet this season, something he’ll be hoping to change on Sunday.
CB - Sokratis
The Greek defender has been a mainstay in the Arsenal squad and keeps his place in the team.
LB - Nacho Monreal
Monreal looked a little jaded during Thursday’s Europa League clash. Injuries have forced Emery to stick with the Spaniard at left-back, with Sead Kolasinac still some way off a first-team return.
CM - Granit Xhaka
Keeps his place in the team after a goal at Newcastle last weekend, which capped off an impressive performance from the midfielder.
CM - Aaron Ramsey
Sat out of the game against Vorskla and will provide plenty of energy in the middle of the park. He’ll be hoping that he can take up some more advanced positions playing in a midfield three.
CM - Lucas Torreira
Arsenal fans finally got the opportunity to see the summer signing start a game for the club.
However, he was forced off early with an injury. Emery has confirmed it is not serious, so he could make his first Premier League start on Sunday.
RW - Mesut Ozil
He came off the bench in the latter stages of Arsenal’s midweek win but is expected to start on Sunday.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan played well on Thursday and could feel hard done by, but having played the full 90 minutes, is unlikely to start.
LW - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Keeps his place in the side fresh off the back of scoring twice in the Europa League.
Looked very confident, albeit against weaker opposition, scoring two very well-taken goals.
ST - Alexandre Lacazette
The Frenchman was left out of the Arsenal side for the midweek Europa League clash.
While he did not look to happy about it, he’ll be fresh and ready to come back into the side this weekend against Everton.