Unai Emery could ring the changes against Watford this weekend as Arsenal look to get back to winning ways against the Hornets.
The Gunners’ last victory came against Burnley at the Emirates, and after a defeat to Liverpool and a draw to Tottenham, many have called for the Spaniard to mix things up.
Watford have a new man in charge following the departure of Javi Gracia after just four league games, with Quique Sanchez Flores returning for a second stint at Vicarage Road.
Emery looks set to welcome back three defenders this month, with Rob Holding, Hector Bellerin and new signing Kieran Tierney all returning to full training after lengthy layoffs.
However, a few Gunners internationals picked up slight knocks while representing their countries over the past seven days which could make Emery tinker his side.
So ahead of the trip to Vicarage Road, we’ve decided to take a look at four selection dilemmas Emery will face.
Who replaces Lacazette?
Alexandre Lacazette will be out of action until October after the club revealed he was playing through a left ankle issue.
Reiss Nelson or Gabriel Martinelli could come in out wide for the Frenchman, which could see Pierre-Emerick Aubamayeng occupy a more central role.
Emery could also change to a more narrow system as he did against Liverpool. Which will he go for?
Which holding midfield pair?
Joe Willock, Mateo Guendouzi, Lucas Torreira and Granit Xhaka have all turned out in front of the back four this season.
Guendouzi is the only defensive midfielder who hasn’t picked up a knock in recent weeks, so who will Emery choose to partner the Frenchman?
Holding to come in?
David Luiz and Sokratis have both been fairly shaky in recent weeks, and with Rob Holding returning from a long-term knee problem, could the Spaniard be tempted to hand him a shock start at Vicarage Road?
Chambers at right-back?
Callum Chambers has been out of the side ever since David Luiz’s arrival from Chelsea.
The versatile defender impressed against Newcastle on the opening weekend, with many now calling for the 24-year-old to replace Ainsley Maitland-Niles at right-back.
Could Emery listen and shake things up at the back?