The teams for our trip to West Bromwich Albion have been released, and there are some interesting changes from Arsene Wenger.
The good news is that Hector Bellerin is back, with the Spaniard proving incredibly important to our side this season.
Petr Cech, Nacho Monreal, Per Mertesacker, and Laurent Koscielny make up the rest of the back five, with the Frenchman starting despite looking out of sorts in the wake of the Paris attacks. Santi Cazorla and Francis Coquelin continue in midfield, with Mesut Özil ahead of them, but the wings have seen a bit of a shift.
Kieran Gibbs starts on the left, with his late goal against Tottenham earning him a start in a more forward position. Alexis Sanchez is moved to the right, with Joel Campbell dropped to the bench.
With few other options, Olivier Giroud starts up front, and will be looking to get back to his goalscoring best after firing blanks against Spurs.
Jeff Reine-Adelaide is a great addition to the bench, and hopefully we’ll see the French teen featuring at some point during the game.
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The West Brom team is as follows:
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No surprises there really, with Chris Brunt recovering from a groin injury that saw him pull out of international duty and Saido Berahino on the bench.
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This team is more than good enough to get all three points at the Hawthorns, and with Manchester United leading at Watford at the time of writing we need to make sure we get the win.