4-2-3-1; Ramsey starts, Bellerin dropped in probable Arsenal line-up vs West Ham

Arsenal return to Premier League action against City rivals West Ham United today and they will be looking to build on their last win.

The Gunners have struggled for form lately under Unai Emery – the went 22 games unbeaten but they have won only two in the last five games in the league, with a shambolic and alarming defeat to Liverpool among these games.

Arsenal have also been paid by the form of Chelsea who are now only three points above them on the League log. Emery is tasked with Champions League qualification, leaving his side with no choice than to ensure to don’t concede defeat indiscriminately.

Arsenal Injuries

Emery’s side was boosted by the return of up to six of their key players that was doubtful for this game.

But they still have some players on the recovery pane.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan (broken metatarsal), Rob Holding (knee) Danny Welbeck (ankle) are yet to return from injuries. Mkhi is expected to return next month while the others successful under surgeries and are recovering.