Arsene Wenger says David Ospina will start in goal for both Arsenal's FA Cup third-round match at Nottingham Forest on Sunday and Wednesday's League Cup semi-final first leg at Chelsea, and admitted he may be finally put Ainsley Maitland-Niles in midfield.
Wenger has never lost at this stage in the competition but after a busy festive schedule, admits he will make changes to the holders' starting XI.
He said: "I've been involved in some big games, like the Derby games and playing against Ipswich on the final day of last season in terms of what it meant, but I think if I am selected playing Arsenal at the City Ground is one I will look back on for years to come".
"I will rotate a little bit because we have also come out of a very high-loaded period", he said.
Academy manager Brazil was placed in temporary charge at the City Ground after Mark Warburton was sacked by the club on New Year's Eve.
Football reporter Paul Brown provided comments from Wenger before the Gunners' recent win at Crystal Palace, with the Frenchman suggesting the Forest trip will be too soon for Aaron Ramsey, Olivier Giroud and Nacho Monreal.
Arsenal meet Forest in the FA Cup on Sunday, and Wenger has hailed Clough as an influence on his own managerial career.
Given that the Reds are only eight points above the relegation zone, they are still in danger of suffering relegation to League One at the end of the season - although that is unlikely given the quality of players they have.
"I am concerned about Arsenal here", Nicholas told Sky Sports.
Arsenal's FA Cup tie is followed by an EFL Cup fixture against Chelsea.
"Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil, Jack Wilshere and Alexandre Lacazette won't play but the real concern is that defence".