Arsenal are set to face Everton on Monday night as the Gunners seek to get back to winning ways after last week's dissapointment against Manchester United. The Gunners will travel to Goodison park where both teams will be contending for the three crucial points. Everton who are currently at position fifteen with fifteen points will be seeking for a win against the Gunners.
However, Arsenal could unleash one of the most lethal squad next week with Aubameyang on the starting lineup. Despite his recent poor form, Aubameyang could help the Gunners get back on track to contend for the top four position. Meanwhile Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe could start on both wings with Martin Odegaard playing as second striker just behind Aubameyang.
Using the 4-2-3-1 formation, Sambi Lokonga and Thomas Partey could start in the midfield, Partey has been outstanding for the Gunners in the past Premier League games and has seemingly gained the trust of Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta. Nuno Tavares and Takehiro Tomiyasu will start as wing backs with Ben White and Gabriel Megalhaes playing as centre backs for the Gunners, meanwhile Aaron Ramsdale will certainly start on the goal.
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