The Gunners are now gearing up for a big trip to Wembley stadium to face Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League on Saturday.
Arsenal were able to thrash Bournemouth 5-1 on Wednesday to maintain their place in the top four of the league table for another week at least.
That win was arguably the Gunners’ most convincing performance at the Emirates stadium this season, with Mesut Ozil scoring a goal and setting up another in the space of just minutes in the first half.
Arsenal will be facing a much tougher test in the north London derby against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday and if they were to win again this time, the reward would see them move within just one point of their fierce local rivals.
Unai Emery is likely to make one or two changes to his starting eleven for the trip to Wembley stadium and the most interesting decisions will be whether the manager keeps faith in the likes of Mesut Ozil and Carl Jenkinson.
Alexandre Lacazette is expected to return to the starting eleven while Aubameyang, who started on Wednesday, could also be given a place in the Gunners’ attack.
Jenkinson – Sokratis – Koscielny – Kolasinac
Torreira – Xhaka – Mkhitatryan
Ozil – Lacazette – Aubameyang