After two very impressive wins against Newcastle and Galatasaray, the team is on a hot streak and the manager will not be looking to change much with the winning formula. The last game we played was a week ago, and the rest will have done the players a world of good and as such Wenger will surely be looking to field his best XI today. Liverpool do not look like the unstoppable team that they were last season; in fact they are extremely vulnerable. Also, they played a game midweek, which means they will be more fatigued than us.
With that in mind, this is the team that Wenger has chosen to name. In defence, no real surprises. Szczesny starts between the sticks, with Debuchy, Chambers, Mertesacker and Gibbs in front of him. In midfield we have Flamini and the Ox also starts in a deeper role once again. Up front, no changes. An attacking trio of Sanchez, Welbeck and Cazorla with Giroud as the lone striker, though the manager can potentially try a two man strike team as well.
Szczesny, Debuchy, Chambers, Mertesacker, Gibbs, Flamini, Ox, Welbeck, Cazorla, Sanchez, Giroud.
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