Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says midfielder Aaron Ramsey and striker Danny Welbeck will feature again before the end of the season.
The two are expected to miss this weekend's game at home against Swansea City but they should be in the squad to face Manchester United on Sunday 17.
"From the Hull match we had [Aaron] Ramsey who took a big kick, he is getting slowly better," Wenger said.
"We have an uncertainty about him, he got a big knock on his fibula and we'll see about that. Yes [he is 50/50]. No [he hasn't trained this week], not at all. He has not been out yet. [But yes] Ramsey will play again this season.
"He [Danny Welbeck] will play again this season. He had all the scans and medical checks, and there was nothing major, just an inflammation. For the weekend he will be certainly short but for the game after he should be alright."
Asked about the fitness level of the other injured players, the Frenchman explained: "He [Mathieu Debuchy] is still out, he's progressing but not available.
"[Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain] is not available, [Mikel] Arteta will be short so it will basically be a similar squad [to the one that faced Hull]."