Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed Danny Welbeck will miss the FA Cup final against Aston Villa on Saturday 30 May but both Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Mathieu Debuchy are available for selection.
Following an impressive 4-1 victory against West Bromwich Albion in the final Premier League game of the campaign, the Gunners face Tim Sherwood's side at Wembley in search of winning the FA Cup for the second consecutive season after last term's victory over Hull City.
And Wenger has revealed that apart from the former Manchester United striker, he will have the whole Arsenal squad available to select his starting line-up from.
Having already missed the last five Premier League games of the campaign, Welbeck was tipped to return to action for the final.
However, the French boss has claimed his recovery is going slower than expected and he will miss the game against Villa and the England internationals against the Republic of Ireland and Slovenia in June.
"Welbeck is out still. He will not be fit for us or for England. That's basically the only injury we have at the moment. Everyone else is available. Arteta is back in full training. We have no new injuries from the weekend," Wenger said in the press conference ahead of the game.
"He would have been short anyway so I was prepared for that. When I saw Roy Hodgson last week were both confident that Welbeck would be available but we called the FA yesterday to explain that his bone bruising at the knee was not healed and that he absolutely had to rest.
However, Oxlade-Chamberlain, who has missed the last 10 Premier League games, and Debuchy are fit to return although the manager suggests they will not start as they are lacking playing time.
Wenger said: "Debuchy and Oxlade-Chamberlain are available. Short on competition but they are available."