• Mon. Nov 29th, 2021

Arsenal’s predicted lineup against Newcastle, as Odegaard returned with No 10

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Arsenal had been on game roll in recent months, but they were knocked off their feet by Liverpool last weekend, who defeated them 4-0.

The loss may have taken a toll on Mikel Arteta’s confidence after a shaky start to the season, but the Gunners are still fifth in the Premier League table, which is important as they enter the busy winter schedule.

Arsenal will be looking to get back on track when they face Newcastle United this weekend, and with the Magpies failing to win in their last 12 Premier League games, the Gunners should have an easy time of it. The North Londoners, on the other hand, are unbeaten in their previous five home league games.

Arteta tweaked his formation against Liverpool, but he’ll return to his tried-and-true 4-2-3-1 formation against Newcastle United on Saturday. The manager, on the other hand, would like to rotate a few of his players, but we don’t believe he has the luxury of doing so because Arsenal does not have a lot of quality on the bench.

If Arsenal wins, they will move into the top four of the table. However, if they lose, they will end the match week in ninth place.

In that Liverpool game, Nuno Tavares started at left-back ahead of Kieran Tierney, but the youngster made several errors.

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Tavares had previously justified his selection ahead of the Scottish international, but after his poor performance against Liverpool, Mikel Arteta is likely to drop him to the bench and bring Kieran Tierney back into the starting lineup.

Sead Kolasinac suffered an ankle injury while playing for Bosnia during the international break, and the left-back will miss the rest of the season.

Fotmob is another player who had a bad game last weekend and received a 4.7 out of 10 rating from Fotmob (the worst of the bunch). However, the Arsenal manager will maintain his faith in the summer signing, primarily because he does not have a lot of quality to fall back on.

With Xhaka still not fully recovered, Thomas Partey will once again be partnered by Lokonga, and this pairing was ineffective against Liverpool. Having said that, these two are talented enough to beat a team like Newcastle United.

Martin Odegaard has fallen down the pecking order in recent weeks, with Arteta employing Lacazette as his No. 10. This could change on Saturday, as the ex-Real Madrid man is expected to return to the starting lineup.

Mikel Arteta is concerned about the midfield area because Granit Xhaka is still out injured and the 4-0 loss demonstrated a lack of creativity in the middle of the pitch.

Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe have more or less cemented their positions as the two wide players, so Nicolas Pepe is not expected to play this weekend. Aubameyang will undoubtedly start in the center of the field, but the manager also has young Gabriel Martinelli as a backup – if needed.

Arsenal’s predicted lineup vs. Newcastle United is as follows:

Ramsdale; Tierney/Tavares, Gabriel, Ben White, Tomiyasu, Lokonga, Thomas Partey, Emile Smith Rowe, Bukayo Saka, Lacazette/Odegaard, Aubameyang. predicted lineup (4-2-3-1).