The trio are currently part of a group of players out injured for Arsene Wenger’s side, with the Gunners missing no less than ten senior players.
Wenger has thus struggled for options recently, having to rely on defender Kieran Gibbs to make an attacking impact against Spurs on Sunday.
The change worked out well on the afternoon as he grabbed the equaliser but there are fears the current injury crisis could derail their potential title challenge if they are missing players for too long.
However, those fears may be put on hold for now as Arsenal are set to be boosted by the return of key trio Oxlade-Chamberlain, Bellerin and Ramsey after the international break, according to the Daily Mail.
In particular, the return of Bellerin is likely to be the biggest boost, with replacement Mathieu Debuchy having failed to cover for him adequately in the last two games.
Of course, having more attacking options at his disposal will also be a bonus for Wenger as he tries to get his side back to winning ways after the north London derby draw with Spurs.