The EPL week-8 fixtures saw Arsenal play against their city rivals Crystal Palace in a London derby at Emirates Stadium and the match ended in a 2-2 draw for both sides, which was Arsenal's second premier league draw of the season.
In this article, I will be talking about three players Arsenal should bench in their next game for better results, judging from their performance against Crystal Palace.
Arsenal's 23-year-old English goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale conceded two goals from Crystal Palace. The club should him for Leno in their next game for better results.
2. Nicolas Pepe
No other player on the pitch lost more possession of the ball than Nicolas Pepe in Arsenal's London Derby draw with Crystal Palace.
Teams tend to concede goals when they keep giving away the ball to opposing players on the pitch. Nicolas Pepe should be benched in Arsenal's next game if they want to perform better.
The Ghanaian defensive midfielder made an error that led to a goal for Crystal Palace, he should be benched in Arsenal's next game.
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