Arsenal are looking forward to picking all three points against a tough opponent in Tottenham Hotspur. The red's of London are set to take a short trip to Conte side this Sunday and are top of the Premier League table with 44 points after 17 matches so far this season.
Meanwhile the likes of Gabriel Jesus will miss this encounter through a knee injury after he picked the problem. While he was representing Brazil in Qatar World Cup tournament in last year.
Reiss Nelson is struggling with a thigh Injury as well as per the report by Sports Mole. We take a look into how Arteta may then line-up his troops without Gabriel Jesus and Nelson.
In between the sticks we may see Aaron Ramsdale and the last line of defence having Ben White, Gabriel Magalhaes, William as well as Zinchenko. The midfield could be having Odegaard and a well playing Thomas Partey as well as Xhaka to control the game.
An attacking trio of Saka, Nketiah and Gabriel Martinelli could be the only best selection Arteta can make to try and score the goals for the visitors. Three more points for Arsenal and they will be expecting Manchester City to drop points as they face tough opponent in United at Old Trafford tomorrow.
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