Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has delivered mixed news on the injury front ahead of the Gunners' clash against Burnley on 11 April.
Aaron Ramsey and Laurent Koscielny both limped out of Arsenal's game against Liverpool on 4 April and the manager admitted post the game that the duo had suffered minor knocks, but insisted that it was not too bad.
The north London club are entering a crucial phase of the season, which sees them competing for second place in the Premier League along with Manchester United and City, who are just one and two points behind the Gunners respectively.
Apart from the league, Wenger's team are also in the FA Cup semi-finals and take on Reading for a place in the final as they look to retain the trophy they won last season.
The French manager has now confirmed that Koscielny has suffered a thigh problem, but the defender could be available for the Saturday clash at Turf Moor following a late test at Arsenal's London Colney training centre.
On the other hand, Ramsey has been deemed fully fit after the manager admitted that all the other players from the clash against the Merseyside club are fine and available.
"It's a thigh problem, a little hip problem linked with the thigh. He will have a test today to see how far we can go with him. He had a scan yesterday and that looks quite good. The real test will be outside today," Wenger said, as quoted on Arsenal's official site.
"Everybody else seems to be available," the 65-year-old Gunners manager added.
However, there was not so much positive news for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who faces a further two weeks on the sidelines after failing to recover from a hamstring injury he sustained during Arsenal's FA Cup quarter final clash against United.
"He's still out for at least two more weeks," the Frenchman confirmed.
Meanwhile, on a positive note, the Gunners welcome back Jack Wilshere, Mikel Arteta, Abou Diaby and Mathieu Debuchy, who have all recovered from their respective injuries and regained full fitness ahead of a crucial few weeks for Arsenal.