The Gunners will battle it out against Burnley, on Saturday as they are keen to record a second win of the season after a slight victory against Norwich City last weekend. Arsenal only managed to score one goal against a weak side. This means that the manager should improve on his attacking tactics.
The former Manchester City assistant coach should name a strong lineup on Saturday against Burnley. Ramsdale should start ahead of Leno, the new signing has been brilliant and has managed to keep 2 clean sheets in two appearances one in the Premier League and Carabao Cup.
Kieran Tierney, Gabriel Meghaels, Ben White, and Japanese Tomiyasu will form a strong back four and ensure opponents don't get any shooting space. Sambi Lokonga and Thomas Partey will serve as the defensive midfielders.
Saka and Smith Rowe will play on the right and left wings respectively. Martin Odegaard will be the attacking midfielder while Aubameyang will serve as the main striker.
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