Arsenal would have to think of a way to make sure that they qualify for finals. The only way is to beat Manchester city today at Emirates stadium. The last time Arsenal Face Manchester city at Emirates stadium, they lost 3-0. They would be now forced to salvage themselve from a third defeat this season. Mikel Arteta was able to secure a win against Liverpool and would be able to conquer Manchester city. Below are three best ways Arsenal Could Lineup and Beat Manchester city.
The First way Arsenal Could lineup and Beat Manchester city at Emirates stadium.
Goal keeper: Emiliano Martinez.
Central defenders: David Luiz, Skhondran Mustafi and Saed Kolasinac.
Full backs: Hector Bellerin and Tierney.
Central Midfielders: Dani Ceballos and Granit Xhaka.
Forward: Nelson, Lacazette and Aubameyang.
The second way Arsenal Could lineup against Manchester city at Emirates stadium.
Arsenal could start their three best forwards Nicolas Pepe, Lacazette and Aubameyang, since Nketiah is not available due to red card, Lacazette would lead the attacking lines. Arsenal would have to feature four midfielders at the central, Bellerin, Ceballos, Granit Xhaka and Tierney. This would help them control the Midfield against Manchester city. A back three partnership between Mustafi, Kolasinac and David Luiz could be used in today's match. While in the absence of bernd Leno, Martinez will be the Goalie of the team.
The third best Way Arsenal Could lineup and beat Manchester city at Emirates stadium.
Goalkeeper: Martinez would have to step in for Leno.
Defenders: Holding would start ahead of Mustafi, while Tierney would start ahead of Kolasinac, whild David luiz will be the central defender despite his mistakes in the past matches.
Midfielders: Cedric Soares, Lucas Torreira, Nelson and Granit Xhaka.
Forwards: Saka would replace Aubameyang who would be rested, Pepe and Lacazette.
Which of the three lineup is the best?
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