Arsenal will be able to lob a punch to Tottenham face, or better still a painful kick to their groin when they take on their London rivals in the Premier League on Saturday.
Frontman Alexandre Lacazette will return to the Gunners squad after taking a strong clip to his groin.
The Frenchman was absent in their win over Bournemouth last weekend after he was ruled out for the game.
The blow shouldn’t stir up dire concerns, remarked Unai Emery after he summed up the situation as not critical, and reassured that the striker will hit the ground running sooner.
Though Lacazette will not feature in their Europa League clash against FC Vorskla, and will sit out on the trip, which has been reportedly rearrange by UEFA.
Political tensions between Ukraine and neighbouring Russia is steaming and threatens to derail out of control. President Petro Poroshenko has placed a martial law on areas in Ukraine affected by the ongoing crisis.
Poltava was originally the arranged venue for the clash, but with concerns over the safety of fans and the imposed restrictions on movement in these areas including Poltava, it has forced UEFA to backtrack on the underlying issue and move the venue to the Baltic nation’s capital Ukraine.