Arsenal football club will return to premier league action tonight against Aston Villa as they will be hoping to return to winning ways after they failed to win their last two matches.
It will not be easy for the club to get a convincing win against Aston Villa football club today, but they can do it if they drop some players who are not impressing. Here are 3 players Arsenal should not include in their lineup, if they want to return to winning ways.
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1 - Martin Odegaard: This is one player who should be dropped by Arsenal football club because he has not been very impressive for the club in recent matches, he s always being hooked in the second half of the game.
His work rate for the Gunners in the midfield is always low and he is always fading dramatically after having a bright start to a match. The Gunners should use anymore experienced midfielder who can put more effort to make the team stable.
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2 - Nicolas Pepe: The Ivorian has not been very impressive this season, he does not have the confidence that is needed in the attack and that might be due to the fact that he has not been starting many matches.
He started Arsenal's last match but he should be dropped in today's match because his performance was not very convincing. He was no way to be found after giving an assist to Aubameyang and that could hunt the team if it happens today.
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3 - Albert Sambi Lokonga: The young midfielder has to be one of the wrong substitution that was made by Mikel Arteta during Arsenal's last match. He struggled to make an impact and that has always been the case this season.
He was caught on the ball for the second goal that was scored against the Gunners in their last match and he might also struggle to perform well if he is used today.
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