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MASSIVE Boost: Aubameyang and Lacazette to start against Stoke City - " Sky Sports "

With the international break now gone, Arsenal will return to action this weekend when they host Stoke City at the Emirates on Sunday afternoon.

We have it all to do if we are to make the top-four finish in the Premier League this season, we currently 13 points below fourth-placed "freaking Spurs" with just eight fixtures to go.

However, I believe more concentration will to prioritize the Europa League in order to secure a path back to Europe's top table in the Champions League next season, but to build momentum and confidence, they’ll be eager to keeping winning domestically too.

Arsene Wenger could be handed a major boost, as Sky Sports report on how Jack Wilshere has recovered from injury and the England international will be available to face Stoke this weekend.

Wilshere was ruled out of action for England over the break due to a knee injury, but result showed that wasn't serious enough to keep him out of action for long.

Meanwhile, as noted by freelance injury reporter, Ben Dinnery, his tweets below revealed there are still more good news ahead of our clash with Stoke.

It’s added that Alexandre Lacazette has been back in training, and assistant manager Steve Bould, who stood in for Arsene Wenger in Thursday’s press conference due to illness, revealed that the French striker could feature against the Potters too.

In truth, Lacazette has found life difficult in his first season in England, but especially with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ineligible in the Europa League, Arsenal will be delighted to welcome him back to the fold and potentially give him some minutes ahead of facing CSKA Moscow in the quarter-finals.

Further, Dinnery also adds that Aaron Ramsey returned to training this week, and so at a time when the Gunners need as close to a fully-fit squad as possible to finish strong, they could get their wish with three key players returning from knocks.

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