Arsenal Confirmed line up against Sevilla

Arsenal leads Group B and is in a strong position after their victory in Seville two weeks ago. The Gunners will be optimistic about their chances of making it to the Champions League knockout stages with two home games left in the group.


But the match against Sevilla at home on Wednesday is sure to be tense. The La Liga team shown in the rematch that their impressive build-up can unseat the Premier League team, and Arsenal had to play a resolute final few minutes of defense to hold onto their triumph.


Along with Gabriel Jesus, Thomas Partey, Emile Smith Rowe, and Jurrien Timber, the hosts will also be without Eddie Nketiah and Martin Odegaard for the forthcoming encounter.


Arsenal vs. Sevilla lineup prediction

Mikel Arteta will have a lot to consider in light of Arsenal’s absences. Here is the starting lineup he might choose for Sevilla’s visit.


Defenders & Goalkeeper

GK David Raya – Raya is still Arsenal’s best player even though the Spaniard’s positioning was questioned over the weekend once more.


Tomiyasu Takehiro (RB) – Ben White may use a little rest because he hasn’t been playing well the past two games. At Newcastle, Tomiyasu moved to right back after White was replaced.


William Saliba (CB): Saliba is most likely the first name on the squad roster and has hardly made a mistake this season.


Gabriel (CB): Since returning to the team, Gabriel has had consistently strong performances. He did not celebrate Newcastle’s score on Saturday (before the possible foul).


Oleksandr Zinchenko (LB): Zinchenko should be added back into the lineup on Wednesday, even though he appears to be slipping in favor a little. With the ball, Arteta will attempt to control the game, and the Ukrainian is crucial to possession.


Midfielders Jorginho (DM): With Partey sidelined due to injury and Odegaard expected to miss time, Jorginho is expected to start at the base of midfield for the team.

Declan Rice, the CMS Alongside Saliba, Rice has been Arsenal’s best player thus far this season. In the rematch, the all-action midfielder was outstanding.


(CM) Kai Havertz Is Havertz making progress, or are we lowering the bar?



Saka Bukayo (RW) – Although he hasn’t appeared himself since he injured his hamstring, he will undoubtedly stay in the side. If Odegaard is not selected, Havertz must provide support.


Leandro Trossard (ST): Even if Nketiah was fit, I believe Arteta ought to have made a different decision. Last season, when Jesus and Eddie were sidelined, Trossard showed himself to be a valuable forward alternative. He need to be given another chance to play centrally.




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