Arsenal will be looking to record three Premier League wins in a row when they host an AFC Bournemouth side currently without a victory in their last three matches.
Alex Iwobi (ankle) and Stephan Lichtsteiner (back) will face late fitness tests for Arsenal but Ainsley Maitland-Niles is likely to be available for selection after recovering from illness, along with captain Laurent Koscielny.
Hector Bellerin (knee), Danny Welbeck (ankle) and Rob Holding (knee) all remain sidelined as they continue to recover from surgery.
AFC Bournemouth midfielder Jefferson Lerma will begin a two-match suspension after accumulating 10 bookings so far this season.
Steve Cook (groin), Junior Stanislas, Callum Wilson and David Brooks also miss out on the trip to north London.
Arsenal have won all four of their home meetings with AFC Bournemouth in all competitions by an aggregate score of 11-1.
Only Manchester City (39) have won more home Premier League points this season than Arsenal (35), having won 11, drawn two and lost one.
AFC Bournemouth have lost each of their last eight away Premier League matches, conceding at least two goals each time. The only sides to lose more on the road in a row while conceding at least twice in the competition are Wimbledon who lost 10 between December 1999-May 2000 and Ipswich who lost 11 between January 1995-September 2000.
Josh King has been involved in five goals in his last five Premier League games for AFC Bournemouth, netting four times and providing one assist.
Referee: Chris Kavanagh
Assistants: Daniel Cook, Dan Robathan
Fourth official: Jonathan Moss