Just one point separates both clubs on the EPL table and there's no doubt that the clash would be a competitive one.
In this article, I will be sharing three players the 39-year-old Spanish coach Mikel Arteta should bench against Arsenal's opponents today, for better results.
1. Nicolas Pepe
Though Pepe is one of the best forwards in Arsenal's squad, he has been in poor form this season, only managing to make one assist in six of the EPL games he has played.
Nicolas Pepe also lost more possession of the ball than any other player on the pitch in Arsenal's London Derby draw with Crystal Palace. He should be benched against Aston Villa today for best results.
The 23-year-old English goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale conceded two goals in Arsenal's clash with Crystal Palace. Mike Arteta should bench him against Aston Villa and start Leno instead, for better results.
3. Thomas Partey
The 28-year-old Ghanaian defensive midfielder Thomas Partey made an error that led to a goal for Crystal Palace in Arsenal's last EPL game. He should be benched against Aston Villa today for better results.
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