Arsenal will have an other opportunity to prove to many that they have overcome the defeats in the hands of Manchester City in the league and the Carabao cup final when they face Brighton this Sunday.
Arsene Wenger has the responsibility of making sure his Arsenal side are fully motivated and are back to their very best for this game. Wenger has the responsibility of fielding the best players that are now available for the game.
Petr Cech search for his 200th premier league clean sheet will continue again as Arsenal face Brighton away from home. The veteran goalkeeper will be in between the sticks for Arsenal come this weekend and he has the job of motivating his team mates to doing greater things after the recent defeats.
It’s a game that some players are not fully fit and one of such players is Hector Bellerin. He will be missing this game which will give room for Chambers to stake a claim at his position for this encounter.
Monreal is also unlikely to start the game as Wenger have the Europa league against AC Milan top of one’s mind. Saed Kolasinac will play the left full back position. Koscielny and Mustafi are expected to keep their place in the team in the back line.
A strong midfield option is always put out by Wenger simply because no matter what Wenger puts out here, it will look good as it’s the department Arsenal is mostly blessed with options. Xhaka, and Wilshere are both going to hold the central midfield role lock down in this game.
Alex Iwobi is expected to be given a run of games lately and that comes as a good opportunity to start the Nigerian alongside Mesut Ozil in the attacking option in the midfield.
An attacking two that now have played longer way before their move to Arsenal has to be the only option Wenger puts forward. Mkhitaryan and Aubameyamg are expected to be leading the attack line for Arsenal right now.
Predicted line up: Cech, Chambers, Koscielny, Mustafi, Kolasinac, Ozil, Wilshere, Xhaka, Iwobi, Mkhitaryan, Aubameyang.