Arsenal Winning Run.
The Gunner's started the season poorly after three defeats in a raw. As both Brentford, Manchester City and Chelsea. Won against the North London side.
But Arsenal came good against West Brom in the Carabao Cup. And ensured they followed that with a fantastic premier league wins. A back to back one goal victory against Norwich and Burnley respectively.
What Next For Arteta's Men.
Arsenal are desperately looking forward to continue such performances. When they take on AFC Wimbledon tomorrow. In a Carabao Cup fixture where Arteta is expected. To make several changes to the team.
Who Can Be Available For Arteta On These Fixture.
Arteta looks forward to rest most of his players. Especially those who have been involved. In the two previous premier league wins. And definitely some notable names are expected to come replace them.
Who Can Come Into The Starting Line-up.
Arsenal may without doubt keep off the likes of Odegaard, Aaron, Partey and others. But there will be a fortunate opportunity for others.
With most likely Leno coming in for Aaron Ramsdale. So is Rob Holding, Chambers and Nuno Tavares. In his midfield he may diploy Maitland-Niles and Sambi.
Lacazette and Gabriel Martinell will all definitely feature on these fixture. As they get opportunity to convince Arteta of Premier league abilities.
Who is Set To Miss By Default.
Definitely Xhaka has been dealing with Covid-19 aftermath. As he remained in his homeland Switzerland. After returning a positive results and had to Isolate.
But he will be serving his last game of suspension these week. Elneny is dealing with a hamstring problem so he will not be available. So is Tierney with a cramp problem as well.
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