Arsenal are looking forward to another perfect outing against a well playing Leicester City side this Saturday. Already Arteta's squad started the new campaign well enough with a 0-2 victory against Crystal Palace last week in Premier League encounter.
Meanwhile Arteta is happy to have a squad depth to pick strong team to challenge Brendan Rodgers side who come to Emirates Stadium. With last week man of the match performance for the Frenchman ace William Saliba. It's difficult for the manager to drop him in this fixture.
According to how he had a commanding display there is more reasons to start him but he needs to adapt playing alongside a pair of Ben White and Gabriel Magalhaes. Who were so vital in last season 5th position finish for Arteta in the Premier League table.
We take a look into how Arteta may line-up his troops in a 3-4-3 formation to accommodate the three high profile defenders in his camp. In between the sticks there could be Aaron Ramsdale as well as a last line of defence having Ben White, Saliba and Gabriel Magalhaes.
A midfield may be having Xhaka, Partey, Zinchenko and Martin Odegaard may be trusted to control the game. Attacking side in which may include Saka, Gabriel Jesus and Martinelli.
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