Arsenal have received huge boost after Gabriel Martinelli was spotted training at London Colney ahead of their Premier League match against West Ham United. Arsenal stars who were seen training today at London Colney include Bukayo Saka, Aaron Ramsdale, Thomas Partey, Marqhunhos, Granit Xhaka, Martin Odegaard, Fabio Vieira, Eddie Nketiah and Rob Holding. Arsenal currently top the Premier League table with 37 points after 12 wins and one draw in 14 matches played so far hence will be keen to beat West Ham inorder to remain at the top of the table.
Arsenal possible XI that could start against West Ham United will comprise of Goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale covered by Kieran Tierney, Gabriel Magalheas, William Saliba and Ben White in the defence. Arsenal midfield will comprise of Granit Xhaka, Thomas Partey and Martin Odegaard while attack will consist of Gabriel Martinelli, Bukayo Saka and Eddie Nketiah as centre forward as they look forward to score more goals.
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