Arsenal will be looking to bounce back from the narrow loss away to Manchester City when they welcome Leicester City to the Emirates stadium on Sunday.

Mikel Arteta is expected to make a couple of changes to the team which started against Rapid Viena in the 2-1 away win on Thursday night.

In goal, Bernd Leno will probably keep his place despite the howlers from a couple of days ago and that is hardly a surprise with him being the no. 1 shot-stopper.

At the back, David Luiz and Gabriel should continue their Brazilian centre-back partnership while Hector Bellerin enters the fray to feature at right back with Kieran Tierney on the opposite flank.

In midfield, there should not have to be an explanation for starting Thomas Partey, who was superb on his debut in the Europa League.

Bukayo Saka should be kept in the team as he provides a rare source of creativity from midfield while Granit Xhaka returns to partner up with new boy Partey.

Up front, Alexandre Lacazette, who had been in great form prior to the international break should start while Nicolas Pepe remains out wide to produce some kind of creative spark with skipper Aubameyang on the opposite flank.



Bellerin – Gabriel – Luiz – Tierney 

Xhaka – Partey –  Saka

Pepe – Lacazette – Aubameyang

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