Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that striker Theo Walcott could be in the squad to face Hull City on Saturday.
The Englishman didn't feature in mid-week against Paris Saint-Germain but is expected to start against the Tigers.
Defender Gabriel Paulista has resumed training with the rest of the squad but will not be available for tomorrow's game.
"[Theo] Walcott could be back in the squad, I have to check how well he came out of the session today," Wenger told reporters.
"I haven't spoken with the medical people yet.
"[Aaron] Ramsey is of course still out. I hoped [he would be back] but he is not ready. It [the Nottingham Forest game] will come too early I think. We are cautious with him because I do not want any setback with his hamstring. At the moment, Tuesday is too early for him.
"Gabriel [Paulista] is back in normal training, I don't think he will be included but he might play on Tuesday night. The injury situation is not bad at the moment.
"[Petr] Cech will be back, yes.
"Olivier Giroud got a little knock on Tuesday night. I have to check if he is fit and available."