Arsene Wenger has revealed that he will have no qualms experimenting with his team for their game against Swansea, thus changing the dynamics of a team which has come a long way without losing a single game.
The Gunners last lost a game in February against Tottenham and have picked up nine wins and drawn one in their last 10 games in the league. However, with Jack Wilshere back in reckoning and Theo Walcott finally back to his best form, Wenger is willing to give his team a rejig and can make significant changes in the weekend.
Kieran Gibbs, who has found himself playing second fiddle to Nacho Monreal through a major part of the season is also likely to return at left-back. A win here for the Gunners will take them to 73 points and confirm them a spot in the Champions League next season for the 18th year in succession.
Wilshere is also likely to replace Aaron Ramsey who is nursing a foot injury and is likely to be a bit short for the game against Swansea on Monday.
"I'm ready to change but we had a stability on the tactical front, the confidence was there and I didn't change recently," the manager told Arsenal's official website.
"I have no problems changing the players because they are all in very good shape, the players who practice.
"Players like Theo Walcott, Jack Wilshere, Kieran Gibbs for example were not completely there in recent weeks but now they are all there on the competitive front. There's no problem.
"We feel we have made progress in our consistency, our quality and our stability. That is what we want to continue and I believe it is important to finish as close as possible to Chelsea and come out of the season and think we are ready to challenge next season," he added.