Arsenal face little known Austrian fast food chain Burgenland on Monday night with all of the first team squad back in training as Cesc Fabregas becomes the last of the senior players to return after the summer break.
Fab 4 was given more time than his colleagues to recover from the rigours of the Euro 2008 championships - in which he collected a winner's medal, of course - but the Spanish midfield maestro has been involved in some football master classes in Uzbekistan, so he's not been completely resting during his holidays.
I'd expect a few first team players to get a run out against Burgenland, ahead of the stiffer test of Jens Lehmann's new club Stuttgart next Wednesday but leaving that aside, I'm wondering who would be your strongest team to start the game in Austria on Monday.
Discount Tomas Rosicky and Eduardo through injury and Kolo Toure through illness, but otherwise pick who you believe would be the best possible team Arsene Wenger could field at the moment - bearing in mind that with the season just three weeks away, these will be the players we'll probably be relying on when the new campaign gets under way.
Here are your choices:
Goalkeepers - Manuel Almunia, Lukasz Fabianski, Vito Mannone
Defenders - Bacary Sagna, William Gallas, Philippe Senderos, Johan Djourou, Gael Clichy, Havard Nordtveit, Justin Hoyte, Armand Traore
Midfielders - Emmanuel Eboue, Denilson, Cesc Fabregas, Aaron Ramsey, Samir Nasri, Abou Diaby
Strikers - Carlos Vela, Nicklas Bendtner, Emmanuel Adebayor, Robin van Persie, Theo Walcott
For the record, here's who my team would be:
Sagna Gallas Senderos Clichy
Eboue Fabregas Nasri Diaby
But who would your best 11 be at the moment? Share your starting line up here using our comments section