REAVEAL: MIKEL ARTETA WANT TO BEACH HIM AND…

Prior to Tuesday’s trip to Sevilla, Mikel Arteta is training with a nearly fully-fit Arsenal team. It’s an important game for the composition of the team and not one in which the Gunners can afford too much more of a slip-up after losing their previous encounter against RC Lens.

Arsenal would be under unnecessary pressure if they were to lose here before hosting Sevilla in the upcoming round of games, even though the group is close and only one point separates first and last. Luckily for Arteta, there is a lot of positive injury news going into the match.

After struggling for seventy-five minutes away against Chelsea, the team’s depth and composition, along with a big contribution from Rob Sanchez, helped turn the game around and end in a draw. Nothing emphasizes this more than Leandro Trossard’s tremendous impact, who equalizes late on, and Oleksandr Zinchenko’s substitution at halftime.

Additionally bothersome to the Chelsea defense, Eddie Nketiah may have earned a starting spot for the journey to Spain. Bukayo Saka, 22, was deemed well enough to play the entire 90 minutes at Stamford Bridge, and he will probably be included again. Before the match, Trossard was uncertain, but he also made it through the second

The main discussion surrounding Arteta is goal, where Aaron Ramsdale is back in the spotlight despite not playing. His partner gave birth, so he was unable to attend the match against Chelsea. After that, David Raya was able to hold onto his spot, but the fans were uneasy and uneasy after Mykhailo Mudryk’s goal was caused by an error and a careless pass to Cole Palmer inside his box.

Ramsdale trained with his teammates prior to the game and is once again available for selection, Arteta disclosed on Monday. Although he has travelled with the team and is expected to be included once more, this does not ensure a spot in the starting lineup.

There are no new injury concerns, save for Jurrien Timber, so Arteta can choose 24 players from the initial 25 named in the Champions League squad at the beginning of the season. After serving as the backup goalie on Saturday, Karl Hein might be included, but if he is to play, he must have been added via the B list.

Aaron Ramsdale, David Raya, and James Hillson are the goalkeepers.
Defenders: William Saliba, Ben White, Gabriel Magalhaes, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Jakub Kiwior, and Cedric Soares

Midfielders: Kai Havertz, Emile Smith Rowe, Martin Odegaard, Declan Rice, Mohamed Elneny, Jorginho, Thomas Partey, and Fabio Vieira

 

Attackers: Eddie Nketiah, Gabriel Jesus, Reiss Nelson, Gabriel Martinelli, Bukayo Saka, and Leandro Trossard

 

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