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Arsenal faces Crystal Palace today in round 37 of the premier league. Arsenal is currently in the 10th position with 55 points while Crystal Palace is 13th with 44 points.
Building into the next season, in matches widely considered as dead rubbers, the need to finish strongly to both lift spirits and project a slightly more enticing proposition to transfer targets is key, and, so is winning. Three points are always nice. Arsenal could welcome Granit Xhaka back into their side for this evening’s trip to Crystal Palace.
Let's see how Arsenal might line up against Crystal Palace today.
He is expected to start ahead of Bernd Leno in goal. Leno's Arsenal future is in doubt after reports that he might be leaving in the summer.
Defender-Calumn Chambers, Rob Holding, Gabriel Magalhaes, Kieren Tierny
David Luiz confirmed that he will be leaving Arsenal after the season. With Bellarin's Arsenal future also in doubt, Arteta might opt to use this back 4.
Midfielder-Thomas Partey, Mohammed Elneny, Emile Smith Rowe.
Granit Xhaka might be back but Arteta might not start him since he is just back from injury.
Attack-Nicholas Pepe, Gabriel Martinelli, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang
Bukayo Saka struggled against Chelsea and Mikel Arteta might opt to rest him and start Nicholas Pepe.
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