ST ALBANS, ENGLAND - MARCH 13: of Arsenal during a training session at London Colney on March 13, 2015 in St Albans, England. (Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Ozil,Welbeck,Cazorla,Koscielny,Chambers and Coquelin Expected Return Date From Injury

Like every season,Arsenal is suffering from several injuries and some are for the players from the starting Xl, such as Ozil and Cazorla.


Here we will provide you with the latest injury updates and their return date.


Mesut Ozil

Ozil is suffering from an Inflammation in his knee since before Chelsea’s match almost three weeks ago and played just 10 minutes against West Brom. However, he is expected to return against Watford next week.

Danny Welbeck

Welbeck is suffering from an injury he picked up against Chelsea last month, groin strain, and was expected to be out for 3-4 weeks. So he should be able to play against Watford. However, with Sanchez fit, Welbeck doesn’t have a lot of chances to start.

Santi Cazorla

Cazorla is suffering from achilles since almost a year. He isn’t expected to play this year, however he should be fit to by January 2018.

Laurent Koscielny

Like Santi Cazorla, Koscielny is suffering from an achilles injury. But his case is minor and didn’t require a surgery. He was almost fit before Brighton’s match, but Wenger didn’t want to risk him and preferred to play Holding instead.

Koscielny is already fit and can play.

Calum Chambers

He is suffering from a hip injury again. He picked up the injury in his first official match this season and may feature against Norwich City.

Francis Coquelin 


since 4 Weeks Coquelin got injured and picked up a hamstring strain injury. He is still not fit and may need two more weeks. He is expected to be back by Everton’s match on the 22nd of October, but may not start until 24th of October in the EFL match against Norwich City as well.


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