Forwards: Theo Walcott, Olivier Giroud, Jack Wilshere
A front three that gives us a mix of pace, composure and aerial presence, this should really be Wenger’s best chance of wrapping up the top spot in Group H.
Giroud is yet to find his form dipping in and out of the side but his last outing in the Europa League saw him scoop his 100th goal for the club, coming from the penalty spot.
Walcott was one of the standout performers against BATE Borisov but he has to show he’s capable of fitting into this new system that requires him to stay more central.
Wilshere should be the first name on the team-sheet following his last performance, running the show and at the same time, proving he’s worthy of a spot in the Premier League again.