Arsenal host Liverpool at the Emirates in a few hours, and Arsene Wenger will be dealing with some familiar fitness issues.
The Gunners have no fresh injury concerns, but Jack Wilshere remains out as he continues to recover from the hairline fracture he suffered in his leg.
Meanwhile, both Tomas Rosicky and Danny Welbeck join him in the treatment room, as the pair struggle with their own respective knee problems.
Aside from that, Wenger has the rest of his squad available and will be hopeful of picking up from where they left off last weekend as they got back on track with a win at Crystal Palace.
As for the visitors, Brendan Rodgers is sweating on the fitness of captain Jordan Henderson as the midfielder is still struggling with a foot injury that forced him off against Bournemouth last week.
Rodgers revealed that Henderson had been taking pain-killers for the problem, but they were clearly not enough to allow him to continue playing.
Joe Allen would ordinarily step in, but the midfielder is also out with a hamstring strain. As a result, Lucas Leiva is expected to feature despite being linked with an exit from the club this week.
In addition, Rodgers suffered a blow on Monday as it was confirmed that Adam Lallana will be sidelined for a month after picking up a thigh injury.
Daniel Sturridge and Jon Flanagan remain long-term absentees and will not feature as Liverpool look to make it three wins in three games to start the campaign.
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