Predicted Arsenal XI v Everton: 24-year-old handed starts, star man misses out
Arsenal are in action tonight as they travel to Goodison Park to play Everton.
The Gunners will be looking to get back to winning ways following their 3-2 defeat to Manchester United in midweek.
Arsenal have picked up of late though and they look firmly on course to try and challenge for a place in Europe.
Ahead of tonight’s game with crisis-club Everton, we looked at how the Gunners might line up.
The Arsenal rearguard
Aaron Ramsdale has been in great form and he will keep his place between the posts.
Takehiro Tomiyasu has been in fine form too and his place isn’t in danger.
Gabriel and Ben White are striking up a nice partnership and they will both keep their place for the visit to Merseyside.
At left-back, there could be a change. Kieran Tierney is likely to replace Nuno Tavares after a short period on the bench.
Arsenal engine room
Thomas Partey played really well at Old Trafford and he’s been vastly improved so far this season.
Alongside him, there could be a change, however.
Mohamed Elneny played next to the Ghanaian last time out but Albert Sambi Lokonga should return tonight.
Spearheading the Arsenal attack
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang hasn’t scored since October but the captain looks set to keep his place in the team.
Bukayo Saka could return to the starting lineup tonight and start on the right-hand side.
Gabriel Marinelli could keep his place if Emile Smith Rowe doesn’t make it after being rated doubtful.
Martin Odegaard should keep his place in the number 10, despite his clumsy tackle in midweek that gifted United a penalty.
Here is how the Arsenal team could look at Everton tonight:
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