Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he has no fresh injury worries ahead of today's crucial game against Aston Villa.
The Gunners need a point to secure third place in the table and qualify automatically for next season's Champions League.
A win could also see them leapfrog rivals Tottenham Hotspur in second place but only if Spurs lose away at relegated Newcastle United.
"Mesut Ozil is back in training," Wenger explained.
"[Alex] Oxlade-Chamberlain is not back. From Sunday, I think everybody else should be available.
"We are all devastated and very sad [for Danny Welbeck].
"When I say I'm very sad, the whole team is thinking like that. It is surprising news. I expected him to at worse miss the Euros, and that is already bad.
"To be out for such a long time, he had just come back after a year out. You imagine being a 25-year-old professional and you get news like that; we will have to support to him to cope with it.
"He was in the qualifiers as a player.
"He had a good understanding with the rest of the squad and he was versatile because he could play on the flank, through the middle and I believe it is a big loss for England as well."