The Gunners will be hoping to register a win for the first time in three games when they visit Watford in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.
Prior to the international break, Arsenal managed to come back from two goals down to secure a draw against Tottenham Hotspur in the north London derby, courtesy of goals from star striker Aubameyang and Lacazette.
The Gunners will be without one of their two top goalscorers as Lacazette nurses an injury that will keep him out of action until October.
The absence of the Frenchman will certainly see Emery make at least one change to his team on Sunday and it will be interesting to see whom the Arsenal boss chooses to bring in to replace Lacazette.
Nonetheless, the most important changes will have to be made at the back, considering how leaky the Gunners’ defence has been so far this season.
Therefore, summer signing David Luiz will have to be dropped for someone like Calum Chambers, who looked very solid on the opening day of the season against Newcastle.
Maitland-Niles – Sokratis – Chambers – Kolasinac
Ceballos – Torreira – Guendouzi
Pep – Aubameyang – Martinelli