The recovery of Kolo Toure should bolster Arsenal's start to this season's FA Cup campaign when Plymouth visit Emirates Stadium tomorrow.
It might not be the biggest test in the world for the Gunners, but we should not underestimate our south coast visitors as manager Paul Sturrock sets his sides up well. I'm especially looking forward to the clash as Sturrock was my childhood hero when I used to watch him turn on the style for Dundee United.
Among the Gunners who won't be lining up for tomorrow's game are Cesc Fabregas, Theo Walcott, Eduardo and, of course, Tomas Rosicky.
But a good win could help boost confidence among Arsene Wenger's men and with a week before our next game, I expect Le Gaffer to name his strongest possible side.
So in defence I'd go for Sagna, Gallas, Djourou and Clichy and up front I'd opt for Robin van Persie and Emmanuel Adebayor.
Midfield continues to be a problem area, but the quartet that finished the game against Portsmouth last week acquitted themselves well, so I'm hoping that Wenger wil choose Vela, Denilson, Ramsey and Nasri.
Oh, and I wouldn't be too surprised to see Lukasz Fabianski getting a start. We all know Le Boss likes to use the domestic cup competitions to give our second choice keeper some game time, so I reckon the Pole will be in goal.
As usual, feel free to use our comments section below to share your thoughts on the Gunners' starting 11. And if you want to compare your choice with mine, here it is:
Sagna Gallas Djourou Clichy
Nasri Denilson Ramsey Vela
Adebayor van Persie