Arsenal will face Manchester United at the Old Trafford in a few hours from now and it’s going to be an epic match because the North Londoners need to win this game if they want to stay in the Premier League top four. Arsenal will come into this match with confidence because they are unbeaten in their last 19 games.
Arsenal will be without Mesut Ozil because the German international still has back spasms according to the latest team news, Granit Xhaka will also miss the match against Manchester United game because he has suspension after getting his fifth domestic league yellow card on Sunday. Aside from those two, Dinos Mavropanos is still out and Danny Welbeck is still recovering from the surgery. So let’s take a look at the expected Arsenal lineup to face Manchester United this evening.
Leno, Bellerin, Mustafi, Holding, Sokratis, Kolasinac, Torreira, Guendouzi, Iwobi, Lacazette, Aubameyang
The gunners will probably use Bernd Leno because the German goalkeeper has been impressive in the last few weeks.
Defence ( Back three)
Arsenal boss Unai Emery has changed his formation and he is now using three at the back so that he can use the wingers. So we will probably see a back three of Holding, Mustafi and Sokratis again.
Bellerin and Kolasinac have been fantastic on the wings in the last two games so they will probably start together today even though Nacho Monreal is back in full training.
Granit Xhaka is not available and we all know that Unai Emery likes using Matteo Guendouzi more than Mohamed Elneny, so we will probably see a duo of Guendouzi and Torreira.
Lacazette impressed in the second half against Spurs so he will probably be alongside Iwobi and Aubameyang in leading the attack line of the gunners against Manchester United.
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