Hull City vs Arsenal
Barclays Premier League
Kick off: May 4th, 2015 20:00 BST
Arsene Wenger has named a familiar looking lineup for our trip to Hull City, with the team unchanged from our goalless draw with Chelsea.
David Ospina keeps his place in goal, with Wojciech Szczesny continuing his spell on the bench. He will sit behind Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscielny once again, with Gabriel still unable to force his way into the team on a regular basis.
Hector Bellerin continues at right-back, with Mathieu Debuchy still recovering from a hamstring injury (via Arsenal.com). While Nacho Monreal is still keeping Kieran Gibbs out of the side, with the Englishman once again on the bench.
It is likely to be an unchanged midfield, with Francis Coquelin and Santi Cazorla playing behind Mesut Özil. Aaron Ramsey should take his place out wide on the right once again, a position the Welshman has been forced into by Wenger recently. We have lacked a bit of width with Ramsey on the right, but it’s hard to leave him out of the side when he’s performing well.
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Alexis Sanchez lines up on the left, although our forward line will regularly switch roles and play as a fluid unit. Olivier Giroud spearheads the attack once again, and he will be looking to get his goalscoring boots back on after a barren couple of games.
There is still no place for Theo Walcott or Jack Wilshere, although both are on the bench and may feature at some point in the game.
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) May 4, 2015
Hull City have made three changes from their last game, with the Tigers looking to avoid relegation with yet another win.
— Hull City (@HullCity) May 4, 2015