The Gunners will be looking to secure a rare win in the Premier League to climb up in the table when they make the trip to face Burnley on Sunday. 

In goal, there is no better option than Bernd Leno and the German will be expected to regain his spot ahead of Emi Martinez after being rested on Monday against Bournemouth.

Having served his suspension, David Luiz should take back his place in the team and it will be interesting to see him paired up with Rob Holding, who has rarely featured this term.

The in-form Bukayo Saka should retain his spot at left-back with Hector Bellerin on the opposite flank. In midfield, the likes of Lucas Torreira and Granit Xhaka should resume their partnership and considering the fact that this will be a physical way game, Matteo Guendouzi should be in the team ahead of Mesut Ozil.

Upfront is where there should be some interesting changes and Eddie Nketiah has to retain his spot based on his encouraging display on Monday. Therefore, Nicolas Pepe – who is still struggling to find his feet at this point – will have to make way for Aubameyang while Gabriel Martinelli starts again after his brilliant string of performances.



Bellerin – Luiz – Holding – Saka

Xhaka – Torreira – Guendouzi

Nketiah – Aubameyang – Martinelli 

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