Arsenal host Huddersfield at The Emirates on Saturday as they look to extend their excellent unbeaten run.
Unai Emery’s men were held to a 2-2 draw by Manchester United on Wednesday night, which took them to 20 games without defeat in all competitions.
Emery will have some big decisions to make going into this game, however, after the club confirmed that Rob Holding will be out for six to nine months with an injury.
Here is how we expect Arsenal to line up…
No doubts over his place in the team.
Bellerin should drop in at right-back this weekend.
Has been a rock in recent weeks, deserves his place in the side.
The German should keep his place in the team after scoring against Manchester United.
Despite struggling in midweek, Emery’s lack of options at left-back means Kolasinac is likely to start.
Guendouzi should keep his place in the midfield.
Has been exceptional this season and should be one of the first names on the teamsheet.
Mkhitaryan could come back in on the right side of the midfield.
The Welshman has proven his worth in recent weeks and could start in the number 10 position.
To accommodate the next person in the team, Aubameyang could move out to the left.
The Frenchman deserves a start up front.