Arsenal have done well in this transfer market and seemingly they will continue to add more new faces at Emirates stadium. This is after the addition of Gabriel Jesus and Zinchenko from Man city, Fabio Vierra from Porto and Marquinhos from Sao Paulo. The North London club started 2022/2023 season on a front foot after thrushing Crystal Palace two goals to zero.
They will be seeking to continue their good start as they welcome Leicester City at Emirates stadium this Saturday and the clash will kick off at 14:30 pm Kenyan time. The manager Mikel Arteta is happy man since he has received three injury boost from Fabio Vierra who is yet to make his debut this Saturday as the playmaker seeks to impress. The other players that have returned to training are Japanese defender Takehiro Tomiyasu and winger Smith Rowe.
Here is the possible lineup that Arteta might use to destroy Leicester City. Between posts Aaron Ramsdale will keep his place at the right back Ben White will be deployed, Zinchenko will start as left fullback. William Saliba and Gabriel Magalhes will form the two center backs. At the middle of the pack Thomas Partey and Granit Xhaka will partner as defensive midfielders. The Arsenal captain Martin Ordegaard will start as attacking midfielder while Gabriel Martinelli will be the left winger and Bukayo Saka will attack from the right wing. The sole stricker will be Gabriel Jesus.The bench might comprise of the following players Matt Turner, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Smith Rowe, Fabio Vierra, Kerian Tierney, Eddie Nketiah, Nicolas Pepe, Cedric Soares and Riess Nelson. This is the strong lineup that Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta might deploy to silence Leicester City.
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