We could move up into the top three this weekend with a win over Fulham at Craven Cottage on Sunday lunchtime should other results go our way.

Another win would keep us in touch at the top of league, and with Fulham themselves looking to haul themselves away from danger it promises to be a good game.

Petr Cech will miss the game and possibly a few more after his hamstring went last weekend, and Bernd Leno has been more than a decent replacement, not yet conceding a goal since replacing Cech, Martinez will remain on the bench.

After our heroics in midweek, it looks likely Emery will revert to our usual formation with Bellerin, Monreal, Sokratis and Mustafi all back in the side, while Kolasinac will probably make his way back to the bench, alongside the new Kim Kallstrom; Stephan Lichtsteiner and Rob Holding.

Torreira and Xhaka will continue their formidable partnership in the centre of midfield and it looks like Aaron Ramsey will miss the game due to his pregnant wife being due to have their twins any day.

Ozil, Iwobi and Mkhitaryan may start the game, and it’s yet to be seen whether Aubameyang will return from Oz-illness to make the game, while its looking probably Alexandre Lacazette will remain first choice striker while Emile Smith-Rowe will go back to the bench after his goal in the week at Qarabag.

It looks like Fulham have a few injury doubts of their own with Joe Bryan and Timothy Fosu-Mensah missing from their line-up.

Let’s keep this run going! COYG! Oh, and Emery has been nominated for Manager of the Month! Arsene who?