Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey in contention for Arsenal's clash with Bournemouth

Arsenal defender Rob Holding believes that the team spirit at the club is driving the players on.

It has not been the best of times for Arsene Wenger's men following their exit from the FA Cup in the hands of Championship outfit Nottingham Forest.

Wenger's future has been the subject of intense scrutiny following a hard period that has seen Arsenal win just one game in their last six.

Jermain Defoe and Tyrone Mings remain sidelined with long-term injury issues.

It is to be seen where Sanchez ends up joining but it is for certain that the Chilean will not be an Arsenal player at the start of next season.

Bournemouth haven't won any of their six games in all competitions against Arsenal (D1 L5), conceding at least twice in every match.

Antonio Conte's men are now in third place in the Premier League table and 15 points behind leaders Manchester City after 22 games of the new campaign. So he wants to fight as well for the Premiership.

And the 26-year-old, who has made 11 Premier League appearances this season, assured supporters he will not be out of action for long and could even return against his old club.

Jordon Ibe has recorded the most shots on target without finding the net in the Premier League this season (10).

German playmaker Ozil has been struggling with a knee injury and missed Wednesday's Carabao Cup draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Bournemouth will take the game to Arsenal and I fancy them to get a result.

Bournemouth have never defeated Arsenal in all their meetings and with their present state where they are winless in their last two games, they will have a mountain to climb to turn the table against the Gunners at an offer of (4.50) with the betting firm.