Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta announced that Gabriel Jesus and Martin Odegaard are fit to play against Brentford after the international break.
Despite their recent injuries, Jesus participated in Brazil’s match against Argentina, showing good progress.
Arteta mentioned a final decision on Odegaard’s availability would be made after another training session.
The manager also indicated a late fitness assessment for defender Ben White.
Arsenal, currently third in the standings, could potentially secure the top spot if they win against Brentford, especially if the Manchester City and Liverpool match ends in a draw.
Arteta acknowledged the challenge Brentford poses and confirmed Aaron Ramsdale as the starting goalkeeper, with David Raya ineligible against his parent club.