Arsenal have revealed that Spanish playmaker, Dani Ceballos is available for selection after making a return from an ankle injury, however, the club will make a late decision on whether Brazilian winger Willian can face Dundlak in the Europe League.
Though the Gunners have already lost to Liverpool, Manchester City and Liverpool in the Premier League this campaign, they sit 10th in the table.
Mikel Arteta’s side will be buoyed by their victory away at Rapid Vienna in the Europa League on Thursday night, however, have had to deal with a number of injury concerns ahead of the next clash with Irish club Dundlak.
Ceballos who did not travel to Austria in the midweek – has made a return to training and is available again after recovering from bruising to his left ankle.
It’s hoped summer arrival Willian could be also fit for the Europe League clash.
Arsenal head coach Arteta lavished praise on Brendan Rodgers after the defeat with Leicester City: ‘I think Brendan and his team have done a great job,’ he said
‘They dramatically changed the philosophy and the way of playing, since they arrived and I think they had an incredible season last season.
‘This season, ups and downs, like almost every team in the Premier League and some incredible results, like when they played against Man City.
‘They can adapt and play different ways and sometimes they are really dominant, sometimes they can defend with a low block but overall they’re a really, really good team.’