Arsenal has really tried their level best to be where they are since this season started. They started this season with a very low note losing three of their opening matches. However, Arteta seem to have found the best starting line that may help them in winning more matches this season.
The club right now is having a good squad depth after several first team stars recovered from their injury. Arsenal has managed to win the last two Premier League matches against Norwich City and Burnley. For them to continue winning they should use this killer line up.
Goalkeeper should be Leno Ramsdale Okonkwo. Left backs should be Tierney Tavares Kolasinac while the right back should be for Cedric Tomiyasu Chambers. Arteta should leave the center back for Gabriel Mari while Been White and Been White. Midfielders should be Thomas Partey Eleny, Xhaka Lokonga Maitland Niles and attacking midfielders should be Odegaard Smith Rowe. Attackers should be Aubameyang Pepe and Saka Martinelli while Lacazette Balogun Nketiah should be the striker.
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