Swansea City were able to beat Arsenal in their last premier league game, and it appears the gunners won’t be finishing the season among the top four on the premier league table
Arsenal signed Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Manchester United in exchange for Alexis Sanchez last week, and they also completed a deal for Gabon international Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund this week.
Let us wait and see if both players can bring a broader deference to the Emirates Stadium.
Up next, Arsenal will clash with Everton this weekend – and this is a must win for Arsene Wenger.
Everton won their last game against Leicester City in the premier league, and it was former Arsenal player Theo Walcott who scored the brace that earned the Merseysiders all three points.
On Saturday, we expect Aubameyang to find his way straight away into Wenger’s starting XI, partnering with Alexandre Lacazette upfront.
Petr Cech should be in-between the sticks, and the likes of Monreal, Bellerin, Koscielny and Mustafi should start in front of the former Chelsea shot-stopper.
With the duo of Xhaka and Ramsey taking care of the center of the park, here is Arsenal’s likely lineup against Everton on Saturday.
GK – Cech
DL – Monreal
DC – Koscielny
DC – Mustafi
DR – Bellerin
MC – Xhaka
MC – Ramsey
AL – Mkhitaryan
AR – Ozil
FC – Aubameyang
FC – Lacazette