Our opening game against West Ham is fast approaching, and questions are being asked regarding how we’ll line up against the Hammers.
FourFourTwo gathered a handful of experts and asked them how they believed Arsenal would set themselves up for the Emirates clash.
Check out the numerous possible lineups below, with we at All Arsenal giving our opinion at the bottom:
4) Alan Smith – Ex-Arsenal player
Smith has gone for experience over youth, handing Mathieu Debuchy his starting spot back ahead of Hector Bellerin.
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He has also opted to leave Theo Walcott out, with the former Arsenal striker clearly not impressed with the speedster’s performance against Chelsea. Instead he has put Alexis Sanchez into the lineup, despite the fact that the Chilean has only recently returned to training.
The rest of the team is mostly as you would expect, with Aaron Ramsey forced to settle for a starting spot out wide on the right.