Tomorrow sees us take on Everton and I'll be back in the morning with a proper preview.
In the meantime, Arsene has been talking about Walcott and Messi, comparing the two players and confidently predicting a massive future for the England International.
Let's take a quick look at what Arsene had to say:
“He’s different [to Messi at that age] and I think he’s more,” said Wenger at Friday’s press conference.
“If you have to look for a weakness in Messi you would say it is his ability to run without the ball, behind the defender.
“When he takes the ball to his feet he’s like a Ferrari. But Theo is more a guy who has the timing to run off the ball and that is something that is difficult to find.
“We had Marc Overmars who was especially good at that and I’m a great, great lover of movement off the ball.”
“We play Tuesday again so that would be four games in 10 days,” he said.
“We have done our observation [tests]. They are not linked especially with the England matches but we do know how the individual players respond to repetitions of games.
“Before Walcott went away with England I already felt, after the Sunderland game, he looked tired. He’s the kind of player who plays with a lot of energy, every time he goes he goes 100 per cent.”