Arsenal attacker Theo Walcott will be making his highly-anticipated comeback on matchweek 12 against Southampton in the English Premier League.

Walcott went down with an abdominal injury in September, but has already resumed full-training with the Gunners.

Arsene Wenger will now have the option of inserting more pace up-front, which seems to be Arsenal's final piece of its attacking puzzle, with the return of the England international.

Meanwhile, midfielder Aaron Ramsey is also cleared to feature after sitting out the international friendly between Wales and Finland, due to a tight hamstring, which has, in effect, given him a desired rest..

There's a slight concern that Ramsey's body might take its toll because of his heavy involvement in the Gunners' run in all competitions, but he has been showing positive signs in training leading to their Premier League clash on Saturday.
Striker Lukas Podolski is still recuperating from his hamstring injury, but may be made available anytime in November because of the good progress he has had in training.

Wenger will need all the resources that he has offensively as the Gunners will be facing a tough and defensively sound Southampton squad, which has the least conceded goals, with 5, in the Premier League.