Ramsey and Ozil are back – Strongest 4-2-3-1 Arsenal XI for Wenger’s penultimate game with the Gunners

Predicted Arsenal Line-up To Face Leicester City In the Premier League

Arsene Wenger will manage the squad for the last two times, first of which is against a pacey Leicester City side at the King Power Stadium. Arsenal will look to attack with all guns blazing as they look to give their manager a perfect send-off.

If last week’s performance is anything to go by, Arsenal will look to attack and score as many goals as possible with their incredible pace up front.

Probable Arsenal XI

Manager: Arsene Wenger

Formation: 4-2-3-1

Petr Cech (GK)

The veteran goalkeeper should start here against Leicester. Has been inconsistent all season and will aim to finish the season on a high.

Hector Bellerin (RB)

Bellerin had a great game against Burnley and he will look to continue the same against the Foxes.

Calum Chambers (LCB)

Chambers will have to once again deputise for the injured Koscielny and should start alongside Mustafi.

Calum Chambers

Shkodran Mustafi (RCB)

The German centre-back will look to put in a fine performance as he looks to stop Jamie Vardy and others.

Nacho Monreal (LB)

The Spaniard will look to attack more as he puts in one of his trademark goals from the left while also contributing defensively.

Aaron Ramsey (RCM)

Aaron Ramsey has been one of the better players for Arsenal this season and he will attack with those late runs while also being the link between the attack and the midfield.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan

Granit Xhaka (LCM)

Xhaka will look to put in a strong, meaningful performance in the midfield as he looks to stop Leicester’s attacking threat.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan (RW)

The Armenian has had some good outings for the Gunners since his January move and another good performance would be brilliant for the player’s future.

Mesut Ozil (CAM)

The playmaker in the squad, Ozil will have to put in a great shift as his touches, flicks and assists will make a difference.

Aaron Ramsey and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (LW)

The speedster will attack from the left and look to move centrally whenever required as he’d have to link up with Lacazette up front.

Alexandre Lacazette (ST)

The striker got on the scoresheet last week and will look to build upon his new-found confidence and end the season on a positive note.


Written by Rohit Nair

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