Arsenal will host London rivals Crystal Palace at Emirates on 18th October 2021, in a hotly contested Premier League fixture. Arsenal won their most recent meeting against Crystal Palace 3-1 back in May 2021 to register their only victory in their last 6 meetings with 4 draws and 1 defeat. The Gunners come into the fixture in the back of 4 wins and a recent goalless draw against Brighton while Crystal Palace are winless in their last 3 games including a recent 2-2 draw against Leceister City.
Manager Mikael Arteta will suffer a huge blow as Takehiro Tomiyasu will be restricted to feature for Arsenal due to Covid restrictions. Arsenal Goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale is expected to start for Arsenal in a new 4/5/1 clinical lineup covered by 4 defenders. Arsenal defence will usher in Kieran Tierney, Gabriel Magalhes, Ben White and Cedric Soares while the midfield will usher in Sambi Lokonga, Thomas Partey and Martin Odegaard will join Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka in the attack while Captain Aubameyang will play as centre-forward.
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