Now, a must-win fixture. Home to Huddersfield is a game the club cannot afford to droppoints in, especially after narrowly escaping defeat in a home game against Wolves lastmonth.
Even with Rob Holding and, potentially, Aaron Ramsey added to an injury list that already included Mesut Ozil, Arsenal should have no trouble running their unbeaten streak to 21 games when they host Huddersfield says Sascha Paruk from SportsBettingDime.com. If you’re going to be without a key defender, Huddersfield is the team you want to face. They have scored a league-low 10 goals and just five away points this season. Arsenal
With this being the teams third game in just six days, change
Aubameyang is likely to move wide, allowing Alexandre Lacazette a start through the middle after the Frenchman had to settle for a place on the bench in the last two games. Ozil’s injury means Alex Iwobi and Henrikh Mkhitaryan will have more time to impress, with both players failing to make the most of opportunities in recent weeks. Holding’s injury and the fixture itself means Arsenal are likely to return to four at the back, with Sokratis partnering Mustafi.
Nacho Monreal and Laurent Koscielny are fit again, but this game is likely to come too soon for the duo, who may earn a returning