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Saturday's early game features a meeting between two sides with just one win between them this season.
Arsenal's first victory of the campaign came at home to Swansea last weekend, while Blackburn claimed their only point of the season at Fulham last week.
There are plenty of similarities between the two sides' form, with Rovers winning just once in nine Premier League home games and the Gunners holding the same record on the road.
There will be increased scrutiny on Blackburn manager Steve Kean this weekend, with planned protests potentially taking place at EwoodPark.
The club's owners, Venky's, have this week urged supporters to refrain from showing they are disappointed and want fans to 'lend their full support to the team'.
Before last week's trip to Craven Cottage, the Lancashire club had lost all three top-flight games - an early run of form that has seen them sink to the bottom of the Premier League.
Arsene Wenger's team go into the clash on the back of a hard-fought 1-1 draw at Borussia Dortmund in midweek.
For Blackburn, Junior Hoilett and Chris Samba both suffered injuries in the draw at Fulham but are expected to be fit for the visit of Arsenal.
Hoilett left the pitch with concussion after a collision with Mark Schwarzer while Samba was substituted with a back problem.
There are more pressing doubts over the fitness of trio David Dunn (calf), Ryan Nelson (knee) and Morten Gamst Pedersen (thigh) who will all undergo late calls regarding their availability for the game.
Arsenal have Gervinho and Alex Song available again after both completed suspensions.
Meanwhile, Abou Diaby (knee) and Sebastien Squillaci (calf) will definitely miss the game as will Thomas Vermaelen and Jack Wilshere who have ankle injuries.
Aaron Ramsey has a chance of playing even though he missed the draw in Germany on Tuesday.
Rovers have lost nine times in the Premier League at home to Arsenal, more than against any other opponent on their own patch
Possible starting XIs:
Blackburn: Robinson, Salgado, Dann, Samba, Givet, N'Zonzi, Dunn, Rochina, Formica, Hoilett, Goodwillie
Arsenal: Szczesny, Sagna, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Gibbs, Song, Arteta, Walcott, Benayoun, Gervino, van Persie
Thoughts? Going for 4-0 Arsenal