Xhaka dropped, Nketiah starts: 4-3-3 Who will play against Everton?

On Wednesday, Mikel Arteta’s team will try to get another important three points in the Premier League to keep their lead over Manchester City in the race for the title.

Arsenal won on the road twice in a row, first at Aston Villa and then at Leicester City. Before that, they hadn’t won in three league games, which was worrying.

Everton was one of the teams that stopped the Gunners in their recent slump, so the Arsenal players should be very motivated for Wednesday’s game.

Ramsdale, Gabriel, and Saliba will definitely keep their spots, and White, who often does a good job of connecting with Saka on the right, should also start again.

With the expectation that Sean Dyche’s team won’t have to do much in terms of defense, Zinchenko should start at left-back, even though Tierney should be brought back at some point, especially for upcoming away games where the back four will be tested heavily.

When Arsenal played Everton at Goodison Park, Everton scored the game-winning goal just seconds after Partey was taken off. Now that the Ghanaian is healthy again, his name should be at the top of the team sheet.

Partey’s return gives Jorginho a little more freedom to add creativity to the attack on a night when Dyche is likely to set up a frustrating blue wall of defense against the Gunners. “Eye of the needle passes” will be needed again, and Jorginho seems better able to do that than Xhaka, who is getting more and more tired.

Everton is likely to “park the bus” and put ten people in front of the ball, so Arsenal will need a striker who is always in the box. So, Nketiah has to start up front because we really need a poacher for this game instead of the fake number 9 we used at Leicester.

Saka and Odegaard should stay where they are, but Trossard, who is good at handling the ball in tight spaces, should start ahead of Martinelli. This is a controversial choice.



White – Saliba – Gabriel – Zinchenko

Partey – Jorginho


Saka – Nketiah – Trossard


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