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Arsenal are currently thirteenth on the Premier League table with six points after five games played. Mikel Arteta's Arsenal team has won twice in a row this season for the first time against Burnley, thanks to a free-kick converted by Martin Odegaard.
The season is just starting and the Gunners are still alive in all competitions except for the European tournaments and with the huge squad depth, the rotation will be needed to achieve their goals.
Mikel Arteta could line up Arsenal team B in a 3-4-2-1 formation as shown below.
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Gk - Aaron Ramsdale
Although the former Sheffield United goalkeeper is gradually becoming the number one choice at the number one position, Bernd Leno will be respected and will be tagged as the first-team goalkeeper.
DC - Calum Chambers
DC - Pablo Mari
DC - Rob Holding
DMC - Mohamed Elneny
MC - Albert Sambi Lokonga
The Belgian midfielder likes to play in the number eight position so that he can attack and defend with more freedom. The 23-year-old star can still play as a number six.
LM - Bukayo Saka
RM - Ainsley Maitland-Niles
AMC - Martin Odegaard
Martin Odegaard is the only natural attacking midfielder in the team and he should be starting every match. The only way he should be rested is through substitution.
SS - Smith Rowe
FC - Alexandre Lacazette
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Opinion: Comment below about how you feel about this rotational lineup Arsenal could use to give the first team players some rest.
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