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Arsenal latest news and predicted line up against Sheffield United

Obedionews 06/28/2020

Arsenal will be on their way on Sunday’s for the FA Cup quarter-final at Sheffield United as Arsenal prepare to fight for a trophy this season.

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The Aresenal Manager Mikel Arteta make a new 3-4-3 formation on Thursday’s win at Southampton and with Sheffield United using similar formation, will expect the manager to stick with the same formation this weekend in the FA Cup.

With the 2-0 win over Southampton give Arsenal the first win since the campaign return and will want to extend their win against Sheffield United but they are dealing with a numbers of injuries presently. So Arsenal manager will be hoping to rotate the team for the game.

With David Luiz now available for selection again and Sokratis fully fit now to line up alongside Mustafi in a back three. This will gives Rob Holding who won the Man of the match against Southampton a rest.

In the midfield, Xhaka as clearly show his importance to the team on how he played against Southampton and could be paired with Willock who notched his first Premier League goal on Thursday. Torriera is still out, Guendouzi was left out last time out, so it’s down to Willock vs Ceballos. Willock offers more in attack, which will be left with just the front three.

Lacazette will be starting today after starting from the bench on Thursday, while Reiss Nelson has failed to start since the league return and can hopefully get a chance. On the left it comes down to going with two young wingers with Saka, or playing Aubameyang despite the over reliance. This is Arsenal only chance to win a trophy and save their season.

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Two predicted line up against Sheffield United. Formation 3-4-3: 


Mustafi, Luiz, Holding; 

Maitland-Niles, Xhaka, Willock, Kolasinac; 

Nelson, Lacazette, Aubameyang.

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Formation 4-2-3-1:


Bellerin, Luiz, Sokratis, Kolasinac

Xhaka, Willock; 

Nelson, Ozil, Aubameyang;


Source: opera.com
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