Because of the importance of the Champions League to Arsenal, Wenger and the players, the second leg of the play-offs against Besiktas on Wednesday is probably more important than the Premier League away trip to face Everton on Saturday.
However, the Gunners have a big problem after our star player was rather harshly sent off in the first leg. The Welshman would have been a nailed on bet to start, but who can replace him? If he was fit, I would suggest that the job should go to Abou Diaby, but he seems to have disappeared off the face of the planet.
We have not been told that he is injured again, but he has not been included in any of the recent matchday squads. And with his lack of football over the last few years, you would have to say that he needs to play against Everton to be considered for such an important game as Besiktas.
So that leaves us with the double pivot of Flamini and Arteta, if the Spaniard recovers from his ankle twist in time, or one of the two with Jack Wilshere or Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. The Ox has really caught the eye with his limited appearances so far, but I think that Wilshere is the best option. He already looks better this season than last and it is probably his best position.
But Arsene Wenger must make it crystal clear to the Englishman that he needs to be disciplined and curtail his attacking instincts a little bit. Do you think that Jack should be the one to replace Rambo?