Alexis Sanchez
Sanchez was in superb form on Saturday but limped off with 13 minutes of the match remaining Reuters

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has revealed both Laurent Koscielny and Alexis Sanchez are carrying fresh injuries with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain a doubt for the FA Cup final.

After scoring one and assisting another, Sanchez was replaced by Aaron Ramsey after 77 minutes in Saturday's 4-1 win over Stoke City.

Speaking at a press conference on Monday (15 May), Wenger revealed the Chile international took a kick on the thigh which forced him off. The 28-year-old will undergo a fitness test later today to determine whether he is fit for the visit of already-relegated Sunderland on Tuesday.

"Sanchez is to have tests today," Wenger told reporters. "It didn't look too good but with him you never know, he is so keen [to play]. It was just a kick, so maybe he can recover for tomorrow."

Wenger also confirmed Koscielny has suffered a recurrence of a calf problem which ruled the France international out of last week's 2-0 win over Southampton.

Kieran Gibbs is expected to be available again for Tuesday after missing the weekend trip to Stoke but Oxlade-Chamberlain remains sidelined. The England international limped off in the recent win over Southampton but will not feature for the rest of the Premier League campaign, with Wenger rating his chances of featuring in the FA Cup final against Chelsea at "80-20".

Arsenal's only other absentee is Santi Cazorla, who remains sidelined after undergoing Achilles surgery earlier this year.

With two games of their season remaining, Arsenal currently sit outside the top four and are relying on either Liverpool or Manchester City slipping up before the final day of the season next Sunday.

Arsenal have found form during the closing stages of the season, having won five of their last six games and while the odds may be against them, Wenger has not yet given up on his side clinching a Champions League spot.

"I'm very positive because it looks like we gets stronger each game. Teams fight against us, we have to dig deep each time so I believe we have created momentum again after a period where we were not stable. We look strong again and have won last three away games so it looks positive."