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Aaron Ramsey has missed Arsenal's last four games through injury Getty Images

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Aaron Ramsey and Francis Coquelin are both fit for the midweek trip to Queens Park Rangers.

Ramsey has missed the Gunners' last four games with a hamstring complaint, while Coquelin was substituted in the 89<sup>th minute of the 2-0 over Everton with a broken nose.

Jack Wilshere remains unavailable and will also miss the FA Cup quarter-final against Manchester United after undergoing a minor bout of ankle surgery at the end of February but Mathieu Flamini is another two weeks away despite returning to training after a hamstring problem.

"Aaron Ramsey is back in the squad for the game," Wenger said. "Francis Coquelin should train today and no 'obvious' reason why he won't play. He will certainly need a protective mask if he plays. Flamini two games away from fitness."

Victory over Everton saw Arsenal go within four points of second place Manchester City and stretch their advantage of the race for a top-four spot to three points, with United, Liverpool, Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur all in pursuit.

"There are lots of people chasing us; it's very tight," Wenger admitted. "Man City are four points ahead and there are plenty of people chasing us in the top four. It's down to consistency.

"We have seen things change quickly in the last two or three months of the season. We have to focus on finishing as well as we can."

"United are only one point ahead. There is a long way to go but once you're in March, acceleration is there for the final sprint. We have to not look too much at other teams."

While Brazilian Gabriel Paulista made his full Premier League debut on 1 March, fellow January signing Krystian Bielik will have to wait longer for his first opportunity in the top flight after Wenger confirmed he would not play for the club before the end of the season.

"He'll play for the under-18s [against Leicester City] tomorrow. I don't think he will make his first-team debut this season," the Arsenal manager said. "We bought [Paulista] him to hold down a regular place and that's the target. His English isn't perfect yet."