Gunners are all but desperately looking forward to picking three points against Newcastle United this evening. The red's take on a short trip to face Eddie Howe team in a difficult fixture. Where the home side are having a last home game before end of the season.
Meanwhile the red's of London have injuries to Kieran who is as well down with a knee injury. So is Partey suffering from a thigh problem and will not be available. The likes of Rob Holding was as well granted his red card. While playing against Tottenham in a previous encounter hence misses this fixture.
However there are question marks on Ben White who missed a very important London derby against Spurs last week. Defender Gabriel Magalhaes as well was replaced after he seemed to as well had picked a 'muscular problem or hamstring' as per the report from Sunsport.
The defensive pair didn't train in yesterday's session according to the same publication. Which may be a last minute doubt for the two if they will appear to start this game. Assuming, White is available then, in between the sticks could be Aaron.
While the defence line may have the likes of Cedric, Ben White, Tomiyasu and Xhaka. With a midfield of Elneny, Martin, Rowe in which they will support an attacking trio of Saka, Nketiah and a very versatile Gabriel Martinelli. Unfortunately Lacazette and the Ivory Coast International, Pepe may have to start from the bench.
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