Arsenal will host Patrick Vieira's Crystal Palace on Monday evening. The former Arsenal captain has hinted that he is looking forward to an emotional return back at the Emirates after spending more than six years there under Arsene Wenger.
The following is Arsenal's team news ahead of their Premier League clash with Crystal Palace on Monday evening.
Swiss International midfielder and Arsenal star midfielder Granit Xhaka will miss the game. The star midfielder suffered ligament damage in his right knee during Arsenal's win over Tottenham Hotspur and will be out sidelined until around the new year.
Brazilian youngster Gabriel Martinelli who suffered a muscular injury will also be missing as he is unfit to play. Arsenal's head coach Mikel Arteta will have a variety of options in the attack after thr players who were on international duty all returned injury free.
Eddie Nketiah has also resumed full training and could make it to the bench. Lacazette, Aubameyang and Nicholas Pepe are also fit to play
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