Arsenal Predicted Line Up As They Seek To Move To Europa Next Round
By WillyKim | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 6 views
Arsenal will play their return leg against Benfica on Thursday.The two sides will still meet in a neutral ground.This was as planned because of COVID restrictions so as to favor all the teams.
Arsenal drew the last match as it ended in a 1:1 draw.Arsenal didn't put their best foot forward despite having most of their star players in that game.Smith Rowe caused the penalty as Bukayo Saka's would later equalize for the gunners.Below is my predicted line up.Bernd Leno will most likely start at the goal post to avoid any risking.Maty Ryan is good but not for this clash.Kieran Tierney looks like a sure start as he is now back from injury.He offers more going forward as compared to Cedric Soares.
Mari might start yet again as he looks more composed more than Gabriel Magalhaes. David Luiz might start too to get Rob Holding recovery time.Cedric might start but from the right back side.
Thomas Partey might start as he travelled with the team.Xhaka is his of course partner while Emile Smith Rowe assumes creativity roles.Odegaard might rest in this clash.
Bukayo Saka is undroppable so he will definitely start while Alexandre Lacazette will likely come back to the side.Pierre Emerick Aubameyang might start from the wing.Arsenal are better placed to win this.
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