We’ve been suffering badly from injuries recently, and things just seem to be getting worse and worse. We’ve finally gotten some good news however, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Hector Bellerin, and Aaron Ramsey all set to return after the international break, as reported by the Daily Mail.
The report suggests the trio will be back and fit for our Premier League clash with West Bromwich Albion on November 21, which is an absolutely superb boost.
Our right side has been really week over the last few games, with Mathieu Debuchy and Joel Campbell having to step up. Neither player has been all that convincing, and it will be fantastic to have more options in that department.
Bellerin has unquestionably made himself first choice this season, and Debuchy’s abject performances have only confirmed that. There will still be question marks over who will play ahead of him, although Ramsey has appeared the front-runner.
Arsene Wenger has prefered to deploy a more centrally minded player on one flank, overloading other areas of the pitch and relying on Bellerin to create width. It worked fantastically before our glut of injuries, and hopefully we can get straight back to winning ways when they return.
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We’re in a fantastic position to challenge for the title this season, but we need to make sure injuries don’t dash our dreams once again.