Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta is willing to give a number of unsettled figures an opportunity to impress against AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday evening. With a crunch north London derby against Tottenham Hotspur around the corner less than a week away, it will be the final chance for those on the brink of first-team action to make their case to the Arsenal manager that they should be involved. Express Sport looks at four footballers in particular who could work their way into Mikel Arteta's plans based on Tuesday's performance. Those players are Bernd Leno, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Martinelli and Alexandre Lacazette.
Again Arsenal won, but not convinced
A disastrous performance in the second half caused fans to ask for the game to end as soon as possible. White reminded us of the performances of Mustafi, David Luiz and others, and that just as he makes us wonder if it's worth the price that was paid. We wait for Saliba to return to the club in the winter window. Partey and Ramsdale were the best on the field and victory was assured thanks to them. When we look at our U23 and see so many talents we can't help but imagine that if our tactical problems are not resolved, our young stars will repeat their idols and also seek out other clubs. Arsenal need to get big again.
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