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Mikel Arteta makes eight changes, ‘excellent’ 24-year-old misses out: Arsenal’s predicted XI vs Brighton as Arteta Men set to claim their lost Glory.

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Eight changes are made by Mikel Arteta, and the ‘exceptional’ 24-year-old is left out: The anticipated Arsenal XI against Brighton, with Arteta Men aiming to reclaim their lost gloryArteta’s squad will face its first of two formidable challenges prior to Christmas Day at Brighton. Following a three-point loss at Villa Park, they will be in need of two victories.In light of this, we anticipate that Arteta will make an unprecedented eight substitutions for Arsenal’s match against Brighton.

 

With the return of a few players from injury, Arsenal’s starting lineup may appear as formidable as it has been since the launch of the season.David Raya will return to the lineup despite Aaron Ramsdale’s solid performance in Eindhoven, which is improbable to affect the standings in the hierarchy.

There shouldn’t be many surprises in the defense; long-term injury Jurrien Timber is joined in the treatment room by Takehiro Tomiyasu, which results in a very familiar-looking back four.

 

Perhaps the most contentious position in the midfield is that of Kai Havertz.

 

Although Leandro Trossard may receive the nod at number eight, the £65 million acquisition from Arsenal is thriving, and one Arsenal player is immensely enthusiastic about his future.

 

Despite PSV’s performance, Mikel Arteta is unlikely to start Eddie Nketiah against Brighton.

We then transition to the assaulting line, which reflects the majority of the debate.

 

Is Eddie Nketiah deserving of another start following his laudable performance during the midweek period?

 

It is a difficult decision.

 

Gabriel Jesus continues to be the most potent striker for Arsenal, and it stands to reason that he returns.

 

If Gabriel Martinelli’s recent recovery from illness is incomplete, one of the two players might start on the left side.

 

Nonetheless, that role also appears to be a perfect fit for Trossard.

 

Furthermore, despite Reiss Nelson’s commendable performance in The Netherlands, there is minimal demand for the dismissal of Bukayo Saka on the right flank.

 

It is an exceptionally formidable Arsenal XI, and Mikel Arteta would be hoping to dispatch an impressive Brighton squad with it.

 

Arsenal has dealt with and continues to deal with ailments this season, so the fact that the squad is performing so well at this time of year may be a good sign.

 

Raya; Zinchenko, Gabriel, Saliba, White; Rice, Odegaard, Havertz; Martinelli, Jesus, Saka are the anticipated Arsenal face-Brighton XI.

 

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