Arsenal picked up a win in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup against Sheffield United and next up, they take on Norwich in the English Premier League.
The Gunners have gotten things back on track after winning their previous two matches whereas the Canaries are in a heap of trouble with relegation looking almost inevitable for them.
All these statistics mean Arsenal should be picking up an easy win and in a bid to do so, manager Mikel Arteta has been handed a triple injury boost.
Cedric Soares is yet to play a game since his arrival in January but the club have confirmed that he is fit and available for selection on Wednesday. Midfielder Lucas Torreira has also returned to full training and should be ready to take on Norwich City.
Mesut Ozil has fallen down the pecking order since the restart and he missed the FA Cup clash due to a slight lower back injury. The German could also be fit and available for selection but we do not think Arteta will be keen to use him in his starting XI anymore.
The detailed injury list is as follows(according to the club’s official website):
Back in full training and available for selection following facial injury.
Back in full training and being assessed ahead of Norwich City (h) on Wednesday.
Being assessed ahead of Norwich City (h) on Wednesday, following back soreness.
Right knee. Being assessed ahead of Norwich City (h) on Wednesday.
Right knee. Sustained moderate ligament sprain during Brighton & Hove (a) on June 20. Aiming to return to full training in approximately four weeks.
Left ankle. Sustained significant sprain to ankle ligaments during Manchester City (a). Has had a successful procedure to the injury this week. Aiming to return to full training in two to three months.
Left knee. Sustained injury during training on June 21. Successful arthroscopic procedure undertaken to repair a lesion in the cartilage of the left knee. Will not be available for the current schedule of remaining 2019/20 matches.
Left knee. Ruptured anterior cruciate ligament of his left knee during Chelsea (h) on December 29. Rehabilitation post-surgical repair continuing and currently progressing well with running and gym work. Will not be available for the current schedule of remaining 2019/20 matches.