Arsenal are looking forward to challenging Chelsea in the tough Premier League encounter tomorrow. Gunners are looking into a possibility of extending their lead in the Premier League table as they are currently with 31 points from 12 matches.
While Chelsea are in 6th position with 21 points after 12 fixtures in huge challenge for Graham Potter. Arteta has Matt Turner as well as Smith Rowe struggling with groin injuries. So is the big blow of missing Tomiyasu who is struggling with the muscular injury as per Sports Mole report.
We take a look into how best Arteta may pick his starting eleven as Aaron Ramsdale may keep his place in between the sticks. A well playing defence line of Kieran Tierney, Magalhaes, Saliba as well as Ben White in a 4-3-3 formation.
The midfield is most likely to have Xhaka, Partey and Martin to try and control the game. With an attacking trio of Saka, Gabriel and Martinelli to score goals for the visitors.
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