Arsenal are set to take a trip to Old Trafford this Sunday to face a tricky Erik ten Hag team in a Premier League encounter. Red's of London have Injuries to Partey down with a thigh problem.
Zinchenko hasn't been able to train with the team and Elneny is struggling with a hamstring injury as per Arteta he will be out for at least months. While Partey could be away for weeks as per a report by Arsenal official website. With Aaron Ramsdale as well picked a knock while playing against Aston Villa in last outing.
Arteta has concerns for Aaron Ramsdale and Martin Odegaard who he claim will be assessed before the game but there is big doubt if they will feature. We take a look into how Arteta could line-up his troops against United with all the aforementioned players having to miss the fixture as we assume.
In between the sticks we may see Matt Turner and a last line of defence Arteta could be having William Saliba, Ben, Magalhaes and Kieran Tierney. The midfield could have Xhaka, Sambi and a well playing Fabio Vieira to control the game in 4-3-3 formation.
An attacking trio of Saka, Gabriel Jesus and Martinelli should be able to score goals for the Gunners to try challenge Erik ten Hag side for all three points. Arteta will be hoping Martin and Aaron will recover on time to face United after such an impressive start to the Premier League campaign for Arsenal.
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