Arsenal headed into November’s international break on a positive note after they defeated Sevilla and Burnley.
The Gunners are now on the brink of qualifying to the Champions League knockouts, while they are also in contention for the Premier League title with Manchester City.
Manager Mikel Arteta will be hoping for an injury-free break as most of his players will be away on international duty.
Martin Odegaard, Emile Smith Rowe, Thomas Partey and Jurrien Timber are nursing injuries, but Gabriel Jesus has been called up by the national team despite struggling with injuries in recent weeks.
Arsenal players in the international break
Aaron Ramsdale, Declan Rice and Bukayo Saka (England)
England’s Euro 2024 qualifiers will see them host Malta at Wembley before taking on North Macedonia next week. Aaron Ramsdale, Declan Rice and Bukayo Saka are all part of Gareth Southgate’s squad.
England vs Malta – 17/11/23
North Macedonia vs England – 20/11/23
Gabriel, Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli (Brazil)
The Selecao have two international fixtures against Colombia and Argentina, and we could see Arsenal stars Gabriel, Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli in action.
Colombia vs Brazil – 17/11/23
Brazil vs Argentina – 22/11/23
Kai Havertz (Germany)
Germany, who will be hosting the Euro 2024, have been enduring an inconsistent form. With Kai Havertz as part of their attack, the 2014 World Cup champions will aim to return to winning ways at the expense of Turkey and Austria.
Germany vs Turkey – 18/11/23
Austria vs Germany -21/11/23
William Saliba (France)
William Saliba faces plenty of competition for a place in France’s team, and so it remains to be seen where the 22-year-old is featured against Gibraltar and Greece by Didier Deschamps.
France vs Gibraltar – 18/11/23
Greece vs France – 21/11/23
Italy have two crucial fixtures against North Macedonia and Ukraine in the coming days, which will determine whether or not they manage to make it to the European Championship.
Italy vs North Macedonia – 17/11/23
Ukraine vs Italy – 20/11/23
David Raya (Spain)
David Raya has been Arsenal’s number one goalkeeper this season, but he has only earned two caps for Spain.
Cyprus vs Spain – 16/11/23
Spain vs Georgia – 19/11/23
Leandro Trossard (Belgium)
Leandro Trossard featured off the bench in Belgium’s 1-0 win over Serbia. They are now set to play Azerbaijan on Sunday.
Belgium vs Serbia – 15/11/23
Belgium vs Azerbaijan – 19/11/23
Takehiro Tomiyasu (Japan)
Takehiro Tomiyasu will be in action when Japan take on Myanmar and Syria in the World Cup Qualifiers.
Japan vs Myanmar – 16/11/23
Syria vs Japan – 21/11/23
Mohamed Elneny (Egypt)
Mohamed Elneny’s Egypt will host Djibouti on Thursday before facing Sierra Leone a few days later.
Egypt vs Djibouti – 16/11/23
Sierra Leone vs Egypt – 19/11/23
Jakub Kiwior (Poland)
Poland are in danger of missing out on the Euro 2024 after picking up just 10 points from their seven matches. They now face the Czech Republic and Latvia in crucial fixtures.
Poland vs Czech Republic – 17/11/23
Poland vs Latvia – 21/11/23
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