Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed that defender Laurent Koscielny will be in the squad to face Hull City this afternoon.
The Frenchman will be joined by reserve goalkeeper David Ospina who will take over from Petr Cech in goal.
Centre-back Gabriel Paulista is ruled out but last week's hero Danny Welbeck is expected to be in the starting line-up.
"[Laurent] Koscielny will be available. He has a test today but it will be positive," Wenger revealed.
"He [Gabriel Paulista] is running outside. He is out for Saturday. I believe one more week. He started running yesterday but one more week [is needed].
"I think three or four weeks [before Jack Wilshere can play again].
"I will [rotate], as always, play a team who has a good chance to qualify. The normal squad is involved on Saturday. It is a normal squad and we'll play a usual strong team.
"Petr Cech it is possible yes, because Ospina plays in the FA Cup and [Cech] will not be involved.
"I might start him [Danny Welbeck]. I haven't completely decided yet. It crosses my mind to start him.
"[Mohamed] Elneny is fit. He is one of the players who could get a run [out] there. He's mobile, he's a very good player. He's adapting at the moment and I think he's there now. We'll certainly see him against Hull. He has a chance to start."