The pressure is on Arsenal to win this game and with the home side West Brom having struggled so far in the Premier League this season, you would expect the Gunners to come back to north London with all the points but with Manchester United having scored an early goal away to Watford, there is no room for error.
Arsene Wenger had hinted before the international break that he would be giving the Chile international forward Alexis Sanchez an enforced spell on the sidelines but after it was revealed this week that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain would be slightly later to return than was first thought, the boss has little option but to start with Alexis.
The rest of the team just about picks itself as well, with Bellerin sure to come back into the right back role, Campbell and Giroud to complete the front three. The set midfield of Coquelin, Cazorla and Coquelin will continue and the only real decision for Wenger to make is to whether Laurent Koscielny is in the right frame of mind to play after the Paris terror attacks.
If not then we have a ready made replacement in the Brazilian defender Gabriel. This team should be enough to beat the Baggies and I hope it is because there will not be a lot of attacking options on the bench.