Even if Arsene Wenger does respond to the frustration of Arsenal fans and sign another forward before the summer transfer window slams shut, something which I have serious doubts about anyway, it will almost certainly not be done in time to get said player up to speed with the Arsenal team in time to start against Watford on Saturday.
So unless there are some problems with the fitness of these two Gunners I think we can safely assume that Olivier Giroud will be our starting centre forward against the Hornets, with Alexis Sanchez deployed back in his more usual position on the left of our attack.
That leaves one forward position to fill and with Joel Campbell having joined Sporting Lisbon of Portugal on loan and Alex Iwobi having picked up a minor injury, the clear and obvious choice for the boss is between Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott.
Both have good pace and have already scored for the Gunners this season, but which do you think would be the best choice to start on Saturday? I do like the direct and dynamic style of the Ox and he does tend to make things happen but I still see him as more of an impact sub.
Walcott, on the other hand, with his movement and ability can stretch a team´s defence from the start of a game and his link up play with Mesut Ozil can be one of our biggest threats. I also think that Watford will have to be a little bit more adventurous than they might otherwise have been because they have just one point so far, like us, and the home crowd will want to see some attacking intent before the international break.
For me it would be Walcott starting on the right, how about you guys?