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Arsenal will be looking forward to bouncing back to winning ways after back to back defeats with one coming away at Selhurst park and another home defeat against Brighton last Saturday.
Southampton Team News:
Armando Broja has returned to the squad after missing the Chelsea clash where Southampton lost 6-0. Adam Armstrong made a return to the bench against Chelsea and could make it to the starting XI this weekend against the Gunners.
Alex McCarthy, Shane Long and Lyanco are all available for selection after returning from injury. Romeu was subbed after 36 minutes in the game last weekend and remains a doubt for selection tomorrow.
Possible Southampton starting XI:
Forster to start at goal, Livramento, Salisu, Bednarek and Walker-Peters to form the backline. S. Armstrong, Diallo and Ward-Prowse to pair at midfield while Elyounoussi, Adams and Broja to start upfront.
Scotland International and Arsenal's left-back Kieran Tierney is out for the remainder of the season after undergoing a knee surgery. Partey also out with a thigh injury. Tomiyasu is close to returning but will not feature for the side tuntil after tomorrow's trip to St.Mary's park.
Possible Arsenal starting XI:
Ramsdale to start at goal, Cedric, White, Gabriel and Tavares to form the backline. Xhaka, Lokonga and Saka to pair at midfield while Odegaard, Martinelli and Nketiah to start upfront.
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