Arsenal will be seeking to kick off the new English Premier League campaign on a remarkable note when they face Crystal Palace in the opening game of the 2022-23 season.
The Gunners will be going into the game to avenge last season's 3-0 loss at Selhurst Park, which was among the reason they lose out on the UEFA Champions League spot. However, Mikel Arteta's men will be going into the forthcoming fixture with a more formidable squad with the arrivals of more fresh legs into the team.
How will Mikel Arteta line up for the game against Crystal Palace?
Mikel Arteta is expected to present a very strong squad for the English Premier League opener against Crystal Palace, in a bid to avoid another defeat.
Aaron Ramsdale was very impressive for the Gunners throughout the last campaign and the English goalkeeper is expected to be between the line against Crystal Palace.
Ben White also had an excellent season with the team last season and he is expected to retain his spot.
Oleksandr Zinchenko joined the Gunners from Manchester City and the Ukrainian is expected to make his debut in the game against Palace.
William Saliba has been very impressive for Arsenal in their pre-season campaign and he is expected to make the starting lineup for the English Premier League opener.
Gabriel Magalhães has also been very remarkable for the Gunners in their pre-season preparation and the Brazilian is expected to retain his spot.
Granit Xhaka and Thomas Partey missed the closing stages of the English Premier League last season with their respective, but the duo are back with the Gunners and are expected to make the starting lineup for the game against Crystal Palace.
Bukayo Saka was very phenomenal for the Gunners last season and the Englishman is expected to retain his spot.
Martin Odegaard has a very remarkable performance with the Gunners last season and he is expected to make the starting lineup.
Gabriel Martinelli was very outstanding for the Gunners in the closing stages of last season's English Premier League, and the Brazilian is expected to retain his spot.
Gabriel Jesus has however proved himself as the new Arsenal number 9, following his superb form in the pre-season campaign where he registered four goals in four appearances.
Arsenal will square off against Crystal Palace in the opening game of the 2022-23 English Premier League season on Friday, August 5th, at the Selhurst Park Stadium.
Arsenal lost to Crystal Palace 3-0 the last time both teams met in the English Premier League, can the Gunners get it right this time?
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