Good news for Arsenal and Arsene Wenger with both Aaron Ramsey and Francis Coquelin expected to be available for the Gunners when they take on QPR Wednesday night at Loftus Road.
The French midfielder has played a key role for the Gunners after having his loan spell with Charlton Athletic cut short in December, and was thought to be doubtful for the midweek match after having injured his nose in a collision with Olivier Giroud at the Emirates on Sunday.
Following the match against the Toffee’s Wenger confirmed that Coquelin had suffered a broken nose that may require surgery, but according to the Daily Mail he has not been ruled out for Wednesdays match, but could possibly be required to wear a protective mask.
The other good news concerns Aaron Ramsey, who has been side-lined for the last three weeks after having suffered a hamstring injury in the 2-1 home win over Leicester.
Ramsey returned to full-training last Friday and should be recalled to the squad for the match against the Gunners London rivals.
Arsenal will be looking to cement their third place spot in the Premiership against the struggling Hoops, but as we all know sometimes it is tougher to face a team fighting relegation than it is to play against a top club.