ARSENAL host Burnley on Sunday night time determined to salvage their season.
The Gunners at present sit method down in fifteenth within the Premier League.
How Arsenal might line-up in opposition to Burnley on Sunday
Mikel Arteta‘s greatest downside has been fielding a beginning XI that may pose issues on the attacking finish.
Arsenal have mustered simply TEN league objectives of their 11 matches this season, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette.
Extremely, three of these ten objectives got here within the first sport of the season in opposition to Fulham, with issues going bitter ever since.
And Arteta might choose to shake issues up this weekend by beginning Eddie Nketiah in a central function.
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The younger English striker, 21, is Arsenal’s prime scorer this season with 5 objectives after getting on the scoresheet in opposition to Dundalk on Thursday night.
Arteta is most-likely to proceed fielding a 4-2-3-1, regardless of missing an apparent pure No10.
Bernd Leno is definite to start out in aim, with Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney within the full-back spots.
Gabriel Magalhaes is arguably the primary title on the team-sheet this season and is ready to start out alongside David Luiz or Rob Holding within the coronary heart of the back-four.
One other method Arteta might ship out his Arsenal crew vs Burnley
With Thomas Partey injured, Mohamed Elneny and Granit Xhaka are set to maintain their locations within the deeper midfield roles.
Nevertheless, determined for a inventive spark, Ainsley Maitland-Niles could possibly be given an opportunity to lastly play in his most popular function.
Dani Ceballos and Joe Willock are most-likely to struggle for the No10 spot, however Emile Smith Rowe will hope to drive his method into competition.
With Nicolas Pepe suspended, Willian is ready to start out at right-wing, with Aubameyang on the left and Nketiah through the middle.
Arteta might after all determine to play his captain within the No9 function, with Nketiah on the wing.
Alternatively, Bukayo Saka might substitute both striker and begin in a sophisticated left-wing function.
Arsenal host Burnley on Sunday night time with kick-off at 7.15pm.