Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is likely to miss the visit of Swansea City after having not trained since limping off in the win over Hull City.
Ramsey scored the Gunners' second during a 3-1 win at the KC Stadium but the result came at a cost as the Wales international went off after suffering a kick to the foot.
The 24-year-old has not trained since picking up the knock and is therefore not expected to feature for the visit of Swansea City, a game that could see Arsenal secure a place in next season's Champions League.
Other than Ramsey being potentially unavailable, Arsenal's injury list remains unchanged with Mathieu Debuchy's hamstring issue ensuring he remains absent.
Danny Welbeck is out with a knee problem and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain continues to be haunted by a groin injury, while Mikel Arteta's recovery from calf surgery has stalled.
"From the Hull match we had Ramsey who took a big kick, he is getting slowly better," manager Arsene Wenger said. "He could be back in training soon.
"Welbeck is doing better but he is still not in training, he has missed now more than a week. There is no major damage but we have to see how it progresses over the next two or three days.
"[Debuchy] is still out, he's progressing but not available. Chamberlain is not available, Arteta will be short so it will basically be a similar squad [to the one that faced Hull]."
Wenger is expected to provide a further update regarding the injury prognosis of the quintet in his pre-match press conference on 8 May ahead of the visit of Garry Monk's side.
A point for Arsenal will be enough to see the club reach the Champions League for a 17th straight season but the north London side could have qualification assured 24 hours previous if fifth place Liverpool fail to beat champions Chelsea.