Arsenal are waiting to discover the extent of injuries suffered to three of their first-team stars this weekend.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger can be very happy with his side's work this weekend after they maintained their winning run with a victory against West Bromwich Albion.
That win came after success in the Champions League and ended a disappointing domestic spell that had seen Arsenal lose to both Swansea City and Manchester United in recent weeks.
But unfortunately it was not all good news for Wenger, with Nacho Monreal lasting just 23 minutes before being replaced by Kieran Gibbs, who himself has an injury, while late substitute Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has also picked up a problem.
In his post-match comments that were later published on Arsenal's official Twitter account, Wenger said, "Gibbs struggled and Monreal and Oxlade-Chamberlain have knee problems as well.
"We have to see how they recover on Monday. They have knocks but I don't know how bad."
He will be hoping for a positive outcome as Arsenal look to continue the momentum they are beginning to build up heading into the festive period.
Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) November 29, 2014
Boss: "We have to see how they recover on Monday. They have knocks but I don't know how bad" #WBAvAFC— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) November 29, 2014