Arsenal have managed to escape from the international break relatively unscathed and, in fact, saw four players return to reserve team action on Tuesday.
Danny Welbeck picked up a minor knee injury while impressing for Roy Hodgson's England during the 4-0 win over Lithuania on Friday night.
He withdrew from the squad but the injury isn't believed to be too serious, with Arsene Wenger to give a full update later this week.
Wenger was handed a much needed boost on Tuesday afternoon when four first-team players returned to action in an Arsenal XI against Brentford.
Jack Wilshere, Mathieu Debuchy, Mikel Arteta and Abou Diaby all played in a 4-0 win against a Brentford side.
Wilshere and Arteta have both been out since November, Debuchy has not played since early January with a shoulder problem, while Diaby has not appeared since September.
Arsenal's injury list
Arsenal's injury list
1/5 Mikel Arteta (midfield)
Like Diaby, the Spaniard is closing in on a return but the Swansea match will come to soon. The club captain last played in November.
2/5 Mathieu Debuchy (defender)
Returned in the FA Cup semi-final win over Reading but has since been ruled out with injury and Wenger confirmed he remains 'unavailable'.
3/5 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (midfield)
Suffered a hamstring injury against Manchester United in the FA Cup and hasn't played since as it has exacerbated a groin problem. Out at least until May and facing surgery in the summer.
4/5 Aaron Ramsey (midfield)
Aaron Ramsey caught a kick on his calf during the win over Hull and was later substituted. The Welshman was rated 50/50 for the Swansea match by Wenger, but it now appears that he is a major doubt for the clash at the Emirates.
5/5 Danny Welbeck (forward)
Danny Welbeck has not played since the goalless draw with Chelsea towards the end of April after suffering a knee injury. Wenger has confirmed that the injury is 'nothing major', and that he should return to full fitness before the end of the season.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is another who has been suffering with a hamstring injury but he is in line to return against Liverpool on Saturday.
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