We do not know for sure whether Arsene Wenger will have the two Arsenal defenders Laurent Koscielny and Calum Chambers available to play when the Gunners get the Premier League title chase back underway with an away game against Watford next weekend, but before the international break started both were due to be fit again after it.
If they are then you would expect the France international to be straight back in the starting line-up as he is a key player and could play a major part in our current campaign. The manager has also been handed a triple injury boost with the return of Francis Coquelin, Mesut Ozil and Danny Welbeck, but which of the three will have the biggest impact on Arsenal’s season to come.
Before this season you would probably have said the German play maker but there is a theory going around that after making his mind up to leave, Ozil is just not giving his all for us on the pitch, so with Jack Wilshere looking good again and Alex Iwobi back in form, perhaps the German will not even feature all that much.
If Wenger can get his head back in the game, though, Ozil has the ability to be one of the side’s most important stars. You might not say the same of the ability of the other two but both Coquelin and Welbeck offer different things like energy and aggression and many Arsenal fans feel that we have not got enough of that.
Wenger has clearly got trust in the former Man United forward as he was playing him ahead of others like Giroud and Alexis and it will be interesting to see if that continues. It does seem like Ramsey and Xhaka are now the regular startes in central midfield but I reckon Coquelin can force his way in there, especially in the games against our big rivals in which Arsenal need to be more compact and defensively solid.
Which of the three fit again players do you think will give Arsenal the biggest boost?