Anticipated Lineup: Arsenal vs Chelsea with Arteta’s Three Thrilling Adjustments

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Today, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta leads his team to play against Chelsea and Express Sport has analyzed the possible lineup for the Gunners. After their impressive win over Manchester City before the international break, Arsenal hopes to continue their momentum. However, Arteta faces some injury concerns, and Express Sport suggests three changes from their last game as they take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Mikel Arteta

In a recent interview, Aaron Ramsdale expressed his determination to regain his position as Arsenal’s goalkeeper. However, it seems unlikely that he will be back in the starting lineup for this weekend’s game. Manager Mikel Arteta has chosen David Raya as his current first choice. Despite a shaky start against City, Raya managed to keep a clean sheet in the second half of the game. At the back, there is some concern about William Saliba’s toe injury, but Arteta hopes it won’t be a long-term issue. If Saliba is fit to play, he will join the same back four that started against City, which includes White, Gabriel, and Zinchenko. In midfield, Partey gained valuable minutes during the international break, and Odegaard and Rice are expected to play if fit. Havertz may have to settle for a place on the bench, while Jorginho is likely to do the same.

Arsenal team news vs Chelsea

Arteta is looking to make some changes in the attack for the upcoming game, which includes playing both Saka and Martinelli. Saka has been dealing with a hamstring issue, but Arteta remains optimistic about his chances of playing. Additionally, Martinelli could prove to be a strong contender against Reece James if he returns from his injury. As a result, it’s possible that Nketiah and Trossard could be replaced by Gabriel Jesus, who may move back to the center after playing on the wings for his team. The complete expected lineup for Arsenal against Chelsea includes Raya, White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko, Partey, Odegaard, Rice, Saka, Jesus, and Martinelli.

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