Arsenal face a testing week after the international break has come to a close, with the Gunners tackling Stoke City in the Premier League before the first-leg of their Europa League quarter-final against CSKA Moscow.
The European competition now stands as the only route back into the Champions League for the north London side, who are poised to miss out on a top-four Premier League finish for the second season in a row.
Arsenal will hope to find form against Stoke, then carrying that into their tie against CSKA, and The Telegraph reports that Arsene Wenger’s side are hopeful of a triple injury boost ahead of the match against the Potters.
Wilshere withdrew from the England squad last week after sustaining a knock, whilst Ramsey and Lacazette were both absent from the international fold due to their issues- but could make their return this week.
They may not be risked fully with the Europa League clash on the horizon but could feature in some capacity.