Arsenal are hoping to continue in winning ways as they face the new Premier League boys Bournemouth in this weekend. Arteta is happy to see Fabio Vieira back after he picked a foot injury in summer International games with Portugal.
Already the manager said in his pre-match press conference in today that he wishes to play him on the right side in the midfield with the right players around him as per Arsenal official website.
We therefore that a look into how Arteta may line-up his troops against Bournemouth with a changed formation to try help the team keep a clean sheet. Especially after having conceded two goals against Leicester City last weekend although they won by 4-2 scoreline.
In between the sticks we can see Aaron Ramsdale and their last line of defence having Ben White, Gabriel Magalhaes as well as William Saliba. The midfield could be having Zinchenko, Xhaka, Partey, Fabio and Martin Odegaard. As an attacking trio could be set for Saka, Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli to score goals for the red's of London in 3-4-3 formation.
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