Arsenal could be without both Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Thomas Vermaelen for the FA Cup final against Hull City at Wembley Stadium.
Chamberlain has been nursing a groin problem for the last three weeks while Vermaelen has a knee injury, which has seen him miss the last month.
And manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that both players could miss the final this Saturday, but midfielder Jack Wilshere, after coming on as a substitute in Arsenal's win over Norwich City, will be fit.
"Everyone should be available who played at Norwich," said Wenger. "There is still some uncertainty about Chamberlain and Vermaelen, but we'll know more about that tomorrow.
"I will know tomorrow if he [Vermaelen] has a chance to be in the squad or not.
"Jack Wilshere has been good this week," the Frenchman added. "He works hard and he progresses and he played 30 minutes at Norwich and I think he should have enough time for the world cup. I haven't picked my team yet."
Wenger faces selecting two players who are out of contract at the end of the season in fullback Bacary Sagna and goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski – who has played in every round of Arsenal's route to the final.
But the Arsenal boss will have no qualms over fielding either player at Wembley despite the club chasing a first trophy since 2005.
"I told you many times that exactly the same [with Sagna and Fabianski]," he added. "The ball is in his court and I can not influence that. None at all.
"Professional is to give your best until the final day of your contract. I don't doubt his commitment at all."