Arsenal face London rivals Tottenham this weekend in the Premier League as both sides look to keep their top four hopes on track with a victory.
The Gunners come into the game on the back of a thumping 5-1 victory over Everton while Spurs drew 2-2 with Liverpool at Anfield last weekend.
The two sides met earlier on in the season and it was a comfortable victory for the Gunners at the Emirates as they ran out 2-0 winners.
Arsene Wenger’s sides’ away form this season has been abysmal and this is something which they are going to need to change if they are to achieve their top four aim, starting with this weekends trip to Wembley.
A win for Arsenal would see them close the gap on Spurs to just two points.
Here is how we think the Gunners will line up in this encounter.
GK - David Ospina
With Cech out injured I expect Ospina to come back into the side for this one.
RB - Hector Bellerin
The Spanish defender has been ever present in the league this season and I expect that to continue.
CB - Skhodran Mustafi
Despite making mistakes in recent weeks I think that the German will keep his start.
CB - Laurent Koscielny
He has been back to his best of late and will start this one.
LB - Nacho Monreal
He has been superb since recovering from injury and will start.
CM - Granit Xhaka
Hasn’t quite been at his best as of late but will likely keep his place in the team.
CM - Aaron Ramsey
After scoring a hat-trick last time out he is certain to keep his place.
CM - Jack Wilshere
After being sidelined in the past couple of games I think he’ll come back into the side.
CAM - Mesut Özil
Has been sensational this season and has to start this one.
CAM - Henrikh Mkhitaryan
He was superb on his debut collecting three assists and should hold his start in the team
ST - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
The record signing was brilliant on his debut and must start this one.
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