The Arsenal boss may well be taking a bit of a risk, and the injury problems picked up this week by Aaron Ramsey and David Ospina were a stark reminder of what can happen to players coming back from the international break, but I very much doubt whether Arsene Wenger will make any more changes than he has to for the Arsenal starting XI to face Everton tomorrow.
I know that the boss has spoken about our main man Alexis Sanchez and the amount of playing time and travelling he has had to do since the start of the season, and that was after coming back a bit jaded after the Copa America triumph and celebrations with Chile, but I think the Frenchman will ask him to dig deep once more.
The same goes for other key players like Santi Cazorla and Theo Walcott, even though they have been playing every game for club and country. Others like Bellerin, Monreal, Mertesacker and Coquelin were thankfully not involved for their national sides but even i9f they had been, the Premier League is simply too important for Wenger to risk making changes.
Despite their poor showing against Man United last time around, Everton are a decent side sitting just four points off the top four and with players like Lukaku, Mirallas, Colemanm Stones and Barkley they could give the Gunners real problems if we are not at our best.
And with a Capital One cup game next Tuesday, the boss will be able to rest some key players in the week between our Premier League fixtures. There may be a small risk if injury tomorrow but leaving out big players like Alexis or Cazorla would mean a risk of our performance levels dropping so I think Wenger will play a full strength Arsenal team and cross his fingers.
Is that the right way for him to go?