Arsenal head back to the south coast on Thursday to take on a Southampton side that will be licking their lips at the prospect of taking on an injury-ravaged Gunners.
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Match: Southampton v Arsenal
Venue: St Mary’s Stadium
Kick-Off (UK Time): 18:00
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Mikel Arteta will likely make changes, where possible, after back-to-back defeats. Emiliano Martinez will continue to deputise for the injured Bernd Leno in goal, while in defense it is expected that Scottish full-back Kieran Tierney will start in-place of Sead Kolasinac.
Having signed a new one-year contract, David Luiz will once again miss out as the Brazilian serves the final match-ban, having been sent against Man City last week.
Matteo Guendouzi is tipped for the drop and a place on the bench, having failed to impress with his performance and attitude in the weekend defeat to Brighton.
Eddie Nketiah looks likely to play alongside Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, while the flanks are set to see Bukayo Saka and Pepe get the nod by Arteta.
More bad injury news is that Gabriel Martinelli is likely to miss the rest of the season after suffering a knee injury in training earlier in the week.
The manager was questioned ahead of kick-off, via Arsenal’s official website, on the state of the side and their prospects of European qualification;
“When you are winning two or three games in a row, it’s easy, when you lose one it becomes a little bit more difficult.”
“When you lose two in a row, two very different games that are completely different to assess, I want to see that reaction and how much they want it and how they’re going to react as a team as well as how they’re going to react as individuals and go for it.”