Arsenal will welcome Everton at the Emirates Stadium this Wednesday night as they focus on collecting all three points at home. The Gunners managed to earn a solid 1-0 win away at Leicester City recently which will keep them in high spirits ahead of this game.
Mikel Arteta will set his side up in a 4-3-3 formation and could keep changes to a minimum for this first XI. Hence, we can once again expect to see Leandro Trossard lead the charge for the North London club in the final third.
4-3-3 Arsenal Predicted Lineup To Face Everton
Aaron Ramsdale will feature in between the sticks for the Gunners after keeping a clean sheet versus the Foxes in his last league appearance. William Saliba will once again function alongside Gabriel at the centre of Arteta’s defence as they look to keep the Everton attackers frustrated during the game.
Ben White will keep his spot at right-back while Oleksandr Zincheko hopes to impress on the other side as the left-back. Both of them need to be adventurous with their runs out on the wide areas if Arsenal want to create enough chances to earn a convincing win in this game.
Rob Holding and Takehiro Tomiyasu will be named on the bench as they offer cover for the defensive positions on the bench.
Granit Xhaka, Jorginho and Martin Odegaard will make up Arsenal’s midfield as they try to establish their superiority over the opposition at the centre of the park. Odegaard will once again act as the main playmaker for Arsenal in the opponent’s half.
Thomas Partey and Fabio Vieira will have to settle for a spot on the bench as they wait for their chance to shine in the second half if Arteta decides to call upon his services.
Gabriel Martinelli will play as the left-sided side player while Bukayo Saka looks to weave his magic from the right wing.
Martinelli is enjoying a good run of form after scoring the only goal of the game versus Leicester City recently. Hence, we can expect him to put in another impressive display for Arsenal in the final third.
Leandro Trossard could get another chance to shine as a centre-forward up top. Eddie Nketiah will have to be content with a place on the bench and might come on to make an impact in the final quarter of the contest if required.