Arsenal predicted lineup vs Leeds: 11 point gap wanted by Mikel Arteta

Gabriel Martinelli of Arsenal (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)
Gabriel Martinelli of Arsenal (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images) /

Arsenal come up against Leeds United on Saturday as the Premier League returns. Mikel Arteta claims to only have eyes on one game, which involves Arsenal, but he’ll know of the potentiality of widening the gap between himself and Pep Guardiola, as Manchester City face Liverpool a few hours beforehand.

Arsenal predicted lineup vs Leeds

GK. Aaron Ramsdale – I mean, fairly obvious, right? Unused in the international break, he’ll get the full 90 in this match.

RB. Ben White – Again, Ben White was unused in the international break because he wasn’t called up. With Tomiyasu out injured for the rest of the season, White will boss the position he’s made his own this season.

CB. Rob Holding – you know, he’s better than Cannavaro. Although, it’s not Cannavaro Arsenal fans are interested in this time, as he’ll replace Saliba through injury.

CB. Gabriel – No injury concerns here, Gabriel will start in this match and continue the good form he showed before the international break.

LB. Oleksandr Zinchenko – As expected, he played every minute against England, however, Zinchenko picked up no injuries.

CM. Thomas Partey – This one is a question mark, however I think Partey will start. Click here for reasons to be confident.

CM. Granit Xhaka – It’ll be the iconic midfield duo, which Arsenal fans hope will stay fit for the remainder of the season.

CAM. Martin Odegaard – Rodri tried, but Rodri failed. Odegaard will captain his side and hope to have the last news over the disgrace of a sportsperson which is Rodri as Arsenal win the title.

RW. Bukayo Saka – The starboy scored and assisted for England during international break. Hopefully by the time the Gunners face Leeds, his new contract will be announced.

ST. Gabriel Jesus – Still waiting on his first Premier League start of this calendar year, the international break was the right time for him to return to full match fitness.

LW. Gabriel Martinelli – Dubbed by some as the best left winger in the league, Martinelli will hope to add to his tally in this fixture.

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