The Gunners will be looking to start life after Unai Emery with a victory on Sunday when they make a trip to Norwich City in the Premier League.
Arsenal have not won a game on the road in the league ever since the narrow 1-0 triumph over Newcastle on the first day of the season.
The team previously managed by Unai Emery has been struggling all season with eight points now between them and Chelsea who are currently occupying fourth spot in the table.
After the club’s decision to sack Emery – following the embarrassing home defeat to Frankfurt on Thursday – the players will now be looking to put things right on Sunday.
Freddie Ljungberg, who has been given the role as interim head coach, will be responsible for naming the starting eleven for the clash with Norwich City.
Whatever his team is, a player like Sokratis, who has been in poor form, should not be starting.
Also, young Matteo Guendouzi has played a lot of games lately and perhaps he needs a breather while the Xhaka – Torreira midfield pivot is given another try.
Chambers – Holding – Mustafi – Tierney
Torreira – Xhaka
Pepe – Aubameyang – Lacazette