Arsenal will on Monday night travel to Bramall Lane to face Sheffield United in their ninth Premier League match of the campaign.
The Gunners are currently fifth on the standings, a point behind fourth-placed Chelsea, but will once again move to third with a win.
Ahead of the tie, coach Unai Emery will be pleased to have almost all of his first-team players back from injury, including Alexandre Lacazette.
The French international has been out for a couple of weeks due to an ankle injury but returned to training in the last week.
He is fit for selection but a starting role seems unlikely, even though he will make the team squad and most likely feature from the bench.
One person who might get a starting role is new signing Kieran Tierney, whom the coach revealed 'he is ready' following his successful injury recovery.
The former Celtic man, who arrived at the club in the summer, has featured a number of times from the bench and even started a Europa League match, and the club's fans could finally get to watch him at left-back in the Premier.
The Spaniard will have a decision to make in defense though, with the returning Hector Bellerin hoping to get his first start since making a successful return following the long injury lay-off.
He will need to go through Callum Chambers though, who has been impressive in his role in recent weeks.
But with the Spaniard needing game time to fully get back to his level, he might get the start with another match on the horizon on Thursday against Vitoria SC.