Premier League leaders Arsenal return to action against Brentford on Saturday looking to put their defeat at Everton behind them.
That 1-0 loss at Goodison Park was the first Mikel Arteta’s side have suffered in the league since they were beaten 3-1 at Manchester United in September.
But Manchester City’s defeat at Tottenham on Sunday ensured the Gunners maintained their five-point lead at the top of the table, an advantage they would stretch to eight points should they beat Brentford this weekend.
So how are things shaping up at Arsenal ahead of the game? GOAL takes a look.