Arsenal takes on Crystal Palace with a much-changed side from their midweek victory over Napoli, with Emery changing personnel in defence
Arsenal will be without Aaron Ramsey for the next few games, with Unai Emery looking to bring Mesut Ozil in the Welshman's place starting against Crystal Palace.
Arsenal eye yet another home win when they host Crystal Palace as Unai Emery challenges his side to maintain their momentum in the top four race
Unai Emery makes five changes to the side that beat Watford on Monday with Alexandre Lacazette among those returning, while Mesut Ozil is only on the bench
Arsenal faltered yet again on the road, losing to Everton by a single goal, in a result which was a big blow to their chase of a top four place.
An early Phil Jagielka goal condemned Arsenal to a narrow defeat at Goodison Park which also dealt a blow to their top four hopes.
Arsenal travel to Everton for their crucial Premier League encounter with Ramsey and Ozil set to start the game as Xhaka and Koscielny remain doubtful
Arsenal will be looking for a 10th successive win at home when they host Newcastle United knowing a win is essential to keep their top four ambitions alive.
Arsenal are reportedly hoping to trim their hefty wage bill by offloading some star names including Henrikh Mkhitaryan in the summer.
Arsenal makes two changes from the side that beat Manchester United at the weekend as the Gunners host Rennes in the Europa League