Sunday, April 16, 2023

Gabriel Jesus and Martinelli to start, Predicted Arsenal line-up(4-2-3-1) against West Ham

Arsenal suffered a slip in their title challenge and will look to rectify it at the London Stadium on Sunday when they face West Ham United, so let’s take a look at the predicted lineup.

The Gunners took the lead at Anfield and looked set to get their first win there in more than a decade. But Liverpool made a stirring comeback and the league leaders will be happy that they were able to get a point.

Aaron Ramsdale was the main reason behind the Liverpool game ending in a draw and the Englishman will hope to add to his clean sheet collection. There aren’t going to be any changes made to the full backs with Ben White and Alex Zinchenko starting.

With William Saliba still recovering from an injury, Rob Holding will continue to start, and the Englishman will be along with Gabriel. Though the Hammers haven’t had the best season, they do have some strong attackers who can cause a lot of problems.

Thomas Partey and Granit Xhaka will line up in the centre of midfield and can look forward to a relatively easier evening. We could see the latter play a little further up to support the attack and create chaos for the home defence.

The trio of Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli and Martin Odegaard will play ahead of them, and this is the key area for the north Londoners. If the wingers can use their skill and pace to get past the full back, a lot of chances can be created.

Gabriel Jesus is slowly making his way back and so, we will get to see him start this game. The Brazilian has scored in the last two games and will look to add his name to the goal scoring charts once again.

Arsenal still have their destiny in their own hands despite the draw at Anfield. If they can continue playing like they have in the recent past, it gives them a great chance of winning the title. Beating West Ham is not going to be easy, but Arteta would expect his players to get the job done.

Arsenal Predicted Lineup gainst West Ham United (4-2-3-1):

Aaron Ramsdale, Ben White, Rob Holding, Gabriel, Alex Zinchenko, Thomas Partey, Granit Xhaka, Bukayo Saka, Martin Odegaard, Gabriel Martinelli, Gabriel Jesus

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