Arsenal have no fresh injury concerns as they prepare to host Brighton in the third round of the Carabao Cup.
Boss Mikel Arteta could use the game as an opportunity to shuffle his pack with the likes of Matt Turner, Rob Holding, Mohamed Elneny and Eddie Nketiah pushing for starts.
Emile Smith Rowe (groin) and Takehiro Tomiyasu (muscular) are out.
Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi also has no new fitness worries.
Goalkeeper Jason Steele, who kept a clean sheet in the previous round against Forest Green, will make just his second appearance of the season in place of Robert Sanchez.
Joel Veltman and Danny Welbeck could start after returning from injury to feature from the bench in the win at Wolves.
Arsenal XI: Hein, Cedric, Saliba, Holding, Tierney, Elneny, Lokonga, Vieira, Marquinhos, Nelson, Nketiah
Brighton XI: Steele, Dunk, Colwill, Veltman, Lamptey, Caicedo, Gilmour, Sarmiento, March, Enciso, Welbeck
Graeme Sounness predicts top four after Chelsea vs Arsenal, Liverpool vs Spurs clashes
Graeme Souness has predicted that Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur will finish in the top-four this season.
According to him, Chelsea are in “jeopardy” after back-to-back Premier League defeats.
While Arsenal and Manchester City continue to compete for top spot, eight points separate the next eight teams in the English top-flight – from Newcastle United in third to Crystal Palace in 10th.
Newcastle are in third place, just seven points behind leaders Arsenal.
Tottenham are in fourth position, but three defeats from their last four games, has led to scrutiny over Spurs’ top-four credentials.
Manchester United would have replaced Spurs in the top-four had they had defeated Aston Villa at the weekend. But the Red Devils remain fifth after a shock 3-1 defeat in Birmingham.
“I think both of them will be in the top-four,” Souness said on talkSPORT when asked where Liverpool and Tottenham would finish.
“I think Chelsea are in jeopardy, a lot depends on what they do in the transfer window.
“Arsenal are looking convincing at the moment, they look like a really good team. But I think everyone is playing for second place this season.”