Crystal Palace will take on Arsenal at Selhurst Park in the ongoing Premier League campaign actions on Monday April 4th, 2022, hoping to build on their narrow victory against Aston Villa before the international break.
No doubt, Arsenal Coach, Mikel Arteta and his squad have done a fantastic job since they suddenly turned from the edge elimination at the starting of the English Premier League, EPL, new campaign season.
Although, Arsenal will be facing a daunting task against Crystal Palace side Manager by Gunners former legend Patrick Vieira, currently Crystal Palace Coach.
Crystal Palace, they are unbeaten in their last six matches, though, notably booking a place in the FA Cup semi-final in the process.
Crystal Palace record injuries in most of their creative players like Michael Olise and Winifred Zaha. Neither of the two players spotted in the training at the midweek, and although, Crystal Palace suspected they could return to action on Monday.
Maybe Michael Olise and Wilifred Zaha will be missing the match against Crystal Palace, as Odsonne Edouard and Jordan Ayew are in, for the starting XI against Crystal Palace in the EPL fixture match today.
No change, According to Crystal Palace Coach, Eberechi Eze with a partner assistance in the pitch with Conor Gallagher in the advance midfield positions.
Crystal Palace Probably Lineups (4-3-3).
Eze, Adersen, Guehi, Guaita, Ayew, Matela, Clyne, Edouard, Gallagher, Kouyate, Mitchell.
Arsenal Team News
Aaron Ramsdale is fully back to action to take on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in today’s game, but, there is doubt if he will play for Arsenal against Crystal Palace. Takehiro Tomiyasu miss out.
Arteta has kept a settled side for a white now so it is difficult to envision any changes x-ray either with Thomas Patton gotten to continue his midfield partnership alongside Grauit Xhaka.
Alexandre Lacazette will lead the starting lineup for Arsenal, as usual.
Arsenal Probably Lineups(4-2-3-1)
Leno, Cedric, White, Magalhaes , Tierney, Partey, Xhaka, Saka, Odegaard, Martinell, Lacazette.
Crystal Palace 0- Arsenal 1