Arsenal is high with the confidence as their key players Aaron Ramsey, Laurent Koscielny and Granit Xhaka may be fit for the match ahead of the Everton clash on Sunday.
Aaron Ramsey essayed a crucial role in Arsenal’s win over Newcastle on Monday night with the Welshmen scoring the opener.
The Gunners won their 10th home game and moved third in the tally.
The 28-year-old- midfielder is worried about his injury which prevented him from his national duty, during the international break, after he had departed in the middle of the game in the second half against Newcastle.
However, coach Unai Emery has given a positive update about Ramsey is only suffering from a cramp and should be available for the away fixture against Everton at the Goodison park coming Sunday.
While it has been revealed that Koscielny who was being shockingly omitted from the squad against the Newcastle had ruled out himself of the match due to pain in his foot.
Koscielny’s injury isn’t too serious and it’s expected that he will be fit for the game.
Emery also confirmed that Xhaka also not expected to be away from the action as he was suffering from a minor injury and wasn’t available for the game while serving for the national duty.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was also on the bench last night, told Emery. The decision was made as he was suffering from a high fever. The Gabonese striker who displayed an incredible performance last night will be expected to start against Everton on Sunday.