Lacazette & Aubameyang To Start Upfront | 3-4-1-2 Arsenal Predicted Lineup Vs Huddersfield Town

Arsenal will go head to head with Huddersfield Town at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday afternoon looking to claim a comfortable win in front of their home supporters. The Gunners are currently enjoying a remarkable unbeaten run across all competitions so they will be reasonably confident about their chances against the Terriers this weekend.

Unai Emery is expected to stick with his preferred 3-4-1-2 formation and might be forced to make some changes to his side due to injuries.

3-4-1-2 Arsenal Predicted Lineup To Face Huddersfield Town


Bernd Leno will start ahead of Petr Cech once again despite making a few uncharacteristic errors at the back against Man United in midweek. The trio of Shkodran Mustafi, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Stephan Lichtsteiner will make up the three-men Gunners defence following Rob Holding’s unfortunate injury on Wednesday night.

Unai Emery’s defenders have conceded four goals in their past two league outings against Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United respectively, and the Arsenal boss would expect his team to improve on that record when they face a Huddersfield side which has scored the least amount of goals (10) in the Premier League this season.


The duo of Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi were brilliant at Old Trafford, so they should keep their place in Emery’s starting XI. Hector Bellerin will operate as a right wing-back as he looks to use his pace to do damage in the Huddersfield half. Sead Kolasinac has looked sharp going forward in recent matches so he will continue to feature down the left flank.

Aaron Ramsey will link up the Gunners midfield with their attack when he is unleashed in a box to box attacking midfield role on Saturday. It’s high time that the Welshman started contributing with some goals from midfield as Emery has given him enough freedom to excel in the opposition half.


The terrific pair of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette might be deployed as part of the Arsenal frontline up top. The Gabon centre-forward is currently the Premier League’s top scorer while the French talent managed to score after coming off the bench against the Red Devils.

Both strikers are in a rich vein of form so it would be a shock if one or both of them does not find the back of the net when they lace up to face the Terriers defence this weekend.

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