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Arsenal preview Lineup Vs Manchester United for the important fixture in the Premier League as Bukayo Saka Is Doubtful…



Bukayo Saka’s availability for the upcoming match against Manchester United remains uncertain, adding a level of doubt to Arsenal’s predicted lineup.


Following their impressive 3-0 victory over Bournemouth last week, Arsenal is gearing up for a crucial Premier League fixture away from home.


With 83 points from 36 games, the Gunners have positioned themselves at the top of the points table, keeping their title aspirations alive.


As they approach the end of the season, Mikel Arteta’s team has two remaining games and will be aiming to secure all six points while also hoping for Manchester City to drop points.


The anticipation for this match is high, with plenty of drama expected in the final stages of the season. In terms of the predicted lineup, David Raya is expected to continue guarding the goal, aiming for another clean sheet in the Premier League.


Ben White has proven to be a reliable presence at right-back, leaving no doubts about his inclusion in the starting lineup.


Projected Arsenal Lineup in a 4-3-3 Formation against Manchester United:


There will be no changes in the heart of the defense, as Gabriel Magalhaes and William Saliba have been performing well. They will face another test against the United.


However, there is some uncertainty regarding the fitness of left-back Takehiro Tomiyasu. If he is unable to get clearance from the medical team, either Jakub Kiwior or Oleksandr Zinchenko will be called up.

In the midfield, Thomas Partey has been Mikel Arteta’s preferred choice for the number six role, which means Jorginho will continue to start on the bench. Declan Rice and Martin Odegaard will be the midfielders pushing forward on the pitch.

As for the attack, Bukayo Saka’s availability will be assessed before the match to determine if he can start. If he is fit, he will take the right wing position without hesitation. Kai Havertz is also expected to play in the central offensive line.

Leandro Trossard has performed well on the left flank and is likely to retain his spot. Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus may be used in the latter half of the game.

The only player absent for the Gunners is Jurrien Timber, who is recovering from an ACL  injury.

Possible Arsenal starting lineup:

Raya be in goal, with White, Saliba, Gabriel, and Tomiyasu forming the defensive line. Odegaard, Partey, and Rice could control the midfield, while Saka, Havertz, and Trossard lead the attack.


Potential Arsenal starting XI:

Raya; White, Saliba, Gabriel, Tomiyasu; Odegaard, Partey, Rice; Saka, Havertz, Trossard.