Leandro Trossard replaces Gabriel Martinelli in the starting eleven as Thomas Partey misses out again, ahead of the game between Arsenal and Aston Villa at Villa Park.

Arsenal have a strong starting eleven to face Aston Villa away from home as there are few changes to Mikel Arteta’s system. The Gunners are looking to bounce back after three Premier League games without a win, as Leandro Trossard makes his full-league debut for his new side.

Trossard replaces Gabriel Martinelli and will take up the left-hand side of the Arsenal attack. Besides that, Jorginho retains his position in the holding midfield role as Thomas Partey is ruled out for the second game running with a muscular problem.

Aaron Ramsdale starts between the sticks and will have a familiar back four ahead of him. After an error in the Manchester City game, Arteta has decided to replace Takehiro Tomiyasu with regular starter Ben White at right-back. William Saliba and Gabriel Magalhaes retain their central defensive partnership, while Oleksandr Zinchenko remains at left-back.

Jorginho will marshall the midfield, and Granit Xhaka will be besides him in the middle of the park. Martin Odegaard will play the advanced role in this game and will have Bukayo Saka and Trossard on either side of the front line. Eddie Nketiah will lead the line for Arsenal once more as they look for a response.

Arsenal Starting Lineup: Ramsdale, Ben White, Saliba, Gabriel Magalhaes, Zinchenko, Jorginho, Xhaka, Saka, Odegaard, Trossard, Nketiah

Comments 1

  1. Jimmy Odongo says:

    it’s not a starting line up but let’s hope it won’t resut into a disappointing result.am tired of thist fΓ—Γ—Γ—ing draws & losses.

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