Arsenal will be without the suspended Calum Chambers and injured Laurent Koscielny, leaving them short at the back, while Mesut Ozil joins the already long list of sidelined Gunners.
Hull’s Ahmed Elmohamady has fully recovered from a back problem, but the in-form Mohamed Diame faces a late fitness test. Boss Steve Bruce may see this as a good opportunity to take on the injury hit Gunners.
KICK-OFF: Saturday, 3pm
PAST THREE MEETINGS...
Arsenal 3 (Cazorla, Koscielny, Ramsey) Hull 2 (Chester, Davis), FA Cup Final May 2014
Hull 0 Arsenal 3 (Ramsey, Podolski 2) Premier League, April 2014
Arsenal 2 (Bendtner, Ozil) Hull 0, Premier League, December 2013
Arsenal have won five Premier league games in a row against Hull.
The Gunnersl have scored 19 goals in eight games in all competitions against Steve Bruce’s men.
Arsenal are unbeaten at home in 21 league matches since losing 3-1 to Aston Villa on the opening day of last season.
Hull won the first ever top flight meeting between the two with a 2-1 at the Emirates.
Arsenal to win: 1.36
Hull City to win: 8
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