The Gunners will face a rejuvenated West Ham side for the second time in the space of a week having played a goalless draw at the London Stadium last Wednesday.
Arsene Wenger will likely reshuffle his pack and rest some key players with the Gunners set to host Liverpool on Friday at the Emirates and will be hoping to cement their place in the Carabao cup semi-finals.
We take a look at the Gunners predicted lineup against the Hammers at the Emirates tonight.
Colombian shotstopper, David Ospina is expected to be in goal for the Gunners barring any injury worries having started all cup games so far this season.
The Colombian international has failed to displace veteran goalkeeper, Petr Cech and will be hoping to stake a claim as the first-choice goalkeeper with an impressive display tonight against a rejuvenated David Moyes led side. The Arsenal fans will be hoping to utilize the best betting offers & bonuses as they are quite sure this game is already in the bag.
Arsene Wenger is expected to stick with his four at the back system but will likely make some changes with key players such as Koscienly and Nacho Monreal are expected to be rested.
A centre-back pairing of Mertesacker and Rob Holding is expected while the duo of Debuchy and Maitland Niles are expected to play on the right and left side of the defence respectively
A central midfield pairing of Mohammed Elneny and Coquelin is expected to Marshall the midfield. Both men have found games hard to come by so far this season and would be hoping to convince Wenger they have what it takes to earn a starting berth with a solid performance against the Hammers tonight.
In attacking midfield, Danny Welbeck is expected to start on the left and he is expected to be a thorn in the flesh to the hammers defence due to his pace while in the hole behind the striker, Jack Wilshere will be hoping to continue his impressive form after putting in a good performance against the Magpies last weekend.
On the right hand side of the attack, Theo Walcott is expected to start having played in all cup competitions so far this season.
Olivier Giroud is expected to lead the line against the Hammers and will be hoping to add to his tally for the season.
Probable lineup: Ospina, Debuchy, Mertesacker, Holding, Maitland Niles, Coquelin, Elneny, Welbeck, Wilshere, Walcott, Giroud.