Unai Emery faces selection headache ahead of Newcastle clash
There are yet reasons to worry about as Arsenal returns to action on Saturday against Newcastle at the St James Park.
With the wins against West Ham and Cardiff, the Unai Emery team will be looking at continuing their winning streak to get their season back on track.
But there are some worries in the bid to achieve that with Emery left with little choice on the players to pick for the game as some are yet to be confirmed fit for the game.
The likes of Granit Xhaka, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Danny Welbeck and Sokratis Papastathopoulos are struggling at the moment for their fitness and they form a major crop of the squad.
The former PSG manager has stated that they will all be assessed by Arsenal’s staff at London Colney to ascertain their readiness for the game.
Emery noted the importance of the game for his side, stressing that a win will go a long way in building the confidence of the team.
He said Arsenal will continue to work hard as a team and as individuals to keep winning and replicate the victory against Cardiff before the international break.
A win by the North London club at the St James Park will also build the fans’s faith in the Spaniard.