International breaks are notorious for derailing clubs seasons with injuries to key players, however, this particular break has been good for Arsenal despite there being concerns over at least four players.
The biggest concern was for Aaron Ramsey, who was withdrawn ahead of the narrow win over Slovakia on Saturday, however, it is being reported that he will be fit for the Monday Premier League clash against Newcastle United.
Sead Kolasinac and Sokratis have also picked up slight knocks but the word is that both will be fit for Bosnia v Greece Euro 2020 qualifier tomorrow night when they are both expected to face each other.
And finally, Nacho Monreal, the Spaniard has been receiving treatment for a calf injury but as is the case with Ramsey, he is expected to be fit for the Monday night clash with Newcastle.
Obviously, there are still some more games to go in the international break and anything can happen, but as things stand right now it appears that the Gunners have escaped relatively unscathed as they enter the final phase of their season.
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