The Gunners have several key men on international duty and here is how to keep up with how they are getting on.
Arsenal have a wide selection of players checking in across the globe for international fixtures this weekend, several of which are available to watch in the UK.
The action begins on Thursday evening, when Rob Holding and Calum Chambers are hoping to get some time on the pitch for the England Under-21's against their Italian counterparts at Southampton's St Mary's Stadium.
This game is live on BT Sport 1, and kicks off at 7.45pm.
In the senior squad, Theo Walcott has been selected by Gareth Southgate for England's matches against Scotland and Spain at Wembley. The game against Gordon Strachan's side is live on ITV1 on Friday evening, with a kick-off of 7.45pm.
Elsewhere on Friday, Laurent Koscielny and Olivier Giroud are in the France squad for their qualifier against Sweden in Paris. The two sides are level on points at the top of Group A,, which makes for an intriguing tie in the Stade de France - one which is being shown live on Sky Sports 1, beginning at 7.45pm.
Koscielny's defensive partner Shkodran Mustafi should have a relatively quiet evening even if he makes Germany's starting XI on Friday. The world champions are away at San Marino in a match which is live on Sky Sports Mix, also kicking off at 7.45pm.
Saturday sees Aaron Ramsey look to inspire Wales in a crunch match against Serbia in Cardiff.
Having dropped points against Georgia last time out, Chris Coleman's side sit third behind Serbia and the Republic of Ireland, though a victory this weekend will see them leapfrog their opponents.
The match kicks off at 7.45pm and is live on Sky Sports 1.
At the same time, Nacho Monreal could be lining up for Spain as they host Macedonia. La Roja are top of Group G and should stay there following their match against opponents who are yet to get off the mark in this qualifying campaign. The match is available on Sky Sports 1 through the red button, and begins at 7.45pm.
Elneny is in the Egypt game for the match against Ghana (BT Sport 2, 4pm) while Xhaka is likely to feature for Switzerland as they host the Faroe Islands (Sky Sports 1 red button, 5pm).
In South America, the stage was set for a clash between two Arsenal players when Colombia host Chile on Thursday evening. However, Alexis Sanchez has been ruled out through injury, meaning the only Gunners player on display will be Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina.
That match is not being televised in the UK, and neither is Nigeria's match against Algeria (Saturday, 4pm) which features Alex Iwobi.
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