Carl Jenkinson played against Hull and will be expected to start once again. However his task will certainly be much tougher this Sunday.
Elsewhere, there are no new injury troubles after the victory in midweek while Lukas Podolski is back in full training – a huge boost for Arsenal’s attacking options.
The German international could well be back in the squad next weekend with the Champions League trip to Napoli coming too soon.
Wenger revealed the following team news ahead of this weekends match against Everton at Emirates:
[on the latest team news] Apart from Podolski being back in training, everybody else is available from Wednesday night. We had no injuries and the players who were available then will be available for Everton.
[on having Podolski back in training] He’s been out for a long time and is still a bit short of match fitness because he had his first training session today [Friday]. But it’s good news to have him back.
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[on Bacary Sagna] Bacary Sagna is short so he will not be in contention.
See here for our predicted lineup.