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Having been put to a stop in their winning by Crystal Palace, Liverpool and now Sporting Lisbon, Arsenal will be hoping to go back to their winning ways as they will be facing Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday at the Emirates Stadium.
The Wolves have been quite deadly in the Premier League since their arrival, drawing level with both Manchester clubs, currently sits at the 11th position on the table.
Arsenal is currently sitting at the fifth spot on the table one point away from Tottenham, dominant on fourth position.
Arsenal Current Team news:
Before the disappointing draw at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday, Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck was stretched out of the match during the first half having succumbed to what seemed like an ankle injury. Nacho Monreal might just be available for the match but hasn’t really taken an intense training. Stephan Lichtsteiner, who is sidelined for a muscular problem, might just sit the Wolves game out. While Mohamed Elneny, Dinos Mavropanos and Laurent Koscielny are in no position to be available for this game.
How the Gunners could lineup vs Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday in a 4-2-3-1 formation
From the looks of it, Unai Emery now prefers Bernd Leno in the goal position, with Petr Cech managing the cup ties. The centre-back will consists of the duo Rob Holding and Shkodran Mustafi as they’ve both earned their performed well in that position. With Monreal still out, Sead Kolasinac will be taking over at the left flank of the defence and Hector Bellerin will resume for his job as a right back, after being rested for the Europa League game.
Swiss international Granit Xhaka has been very solid for the Gunner in the midfield this season playing a vital role in Arsenal’s 11 win run, will be starting for the Gunner and partner with summer signing Lucas Torreira in the heart of the midfield.
Nigerian international dubbed as the “Nutmeg king” Alex Iwobi will resuming his wing duties on the left side, patnering with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, playing on the right side of the wing and while Mesut Ozil will play in his attacking role just behind the striker.
Alexandre Lacazette will taking over and resuming his striking duties having scored six goals for the Gunners this season.