Arsenal will face Everton as they travel to Goodison Park on Saturday to continue their impressive run in the Premier League. The Gunners suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester City in the fourth round of the FA Cup so they will be eager to return to winning ways in this league match-up.
Mikel Arteta will probably make use of the 4-3-3 formation and is expected to make a couple of changes to the starting XI. Aaron Ramsdale will replace Matt Turner to operate in goal while Jakub Kiwior and Jorginho could be handed their debut.
4-3-3 Arsenal Predicted XI Vs Everton
As mentioned above, Aaron Ramsdale will replace Matt Turner to operate in between the sticks for the upcoming fixture. The English shot-stopper would hope to put up a strong performance and secure a clean sheet in this contest. Gabriel Magalhaes will form the customary centre-half partnership with Jakub Kiwior at the heart of Arsenal’s backline.
Oleksandr Zinchenko will start at the left-back position alongside Ben White, who will fill in on the other flank, as the right-back. The duo would be looking to stretch the opposition’s backline and create meaningful chances for the frontmen.
Keiran Tierney and Takehiro Tomiyasu will wait for their chance to shine in the second half if Arteta calls upon their services.
Granit Xhaka, Jorginho and Martin Odegaard will form the midfield trio, with the former occupying a more defensive role while the latter will be tasked with engineering some clear-cut goal-scoring chances in the final third.
Thomas Partey will take his place on the bench to provide cover for the midfield positions.
Eddie Nketiah will lead the line on his own up top to get his name on the scoresheet again as he looks to continue with his rich run of form.
Nketiah will be accompanied by Leandro Trossard and Bukayo Saka on either side, playing on the left and right-wing, respectively. Both of them will be hoping to produce decent opportunities in front of the goal and provide support from the wide areas.
Gabriel Martinelli might come on in the latter half of the match if the Gunners are in need of a goal by then.