Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Shkodran Mustafi and Aaron Ramsey both will not be taking part against Everton tonight.
The Gunners have been suffering from continuous injury problems and the recent injuries to duo Mustafi and Ramsey have added more concerns for the French manager.
Defender Mustafi picked up a hamstring injury last weekend while playing against Stoke City, it is expected that he will miss the next few weeks. Gabriel Paulista and Rob Holding could take his role at the heart of defence.
Also the good news is that Hector Bellerin is back and will be taking his right-back role.
The German center-back has been exceptional for the Gunners, he has been a regular player since his summer move.
While Ramsey is still struggling with the injury and is not available for this game, according to Wenger.
Meanwhile long term absentees Per Mertesacker and Danny Welbeck remain out through fitness issues. They have returned to training but are not fit for first team action.