English Premier League side, Arsenal will be without three first-team players ahead of their clash with Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Hector Bellerin is yet to fully recover from a right hamstring and won’t be available for the selection in the London Derby.
Gunners centre-back recently had surgery on a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament and he is expected to be away from playtime for nine months.
Kieran Tierney will not be available for the Mikel Arteta’s side due to dislocated shoulder but should be back in training by March.
Arsenal in the statement wrote: “Hector Bellerin tight right hamstring being assessed ahead of Crystal Palace (a).”
“Calum Chambers Left knee. Ruptured anterior cruciate ligament of his left knee during Chelsea (h) on 29 December. Successful surgery completed. Rehabilitation process expected to take between six to nine months.”
“Kieran Tierney Right shoulder. Dislocated right shoulder during West Ham Utd (a) on 9 December. Successful surgery completed. Rehabilitation process expected to take around three months, aiming to return to full training in March.”