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Arsenal’s possible lineup against Liverpool sees Gabriel Martinelli retaining his spot, while Smith Rowe is omitted as Mikel Arteta plan to select strong line…



Arsenal’s possible XI against Liverpool sees Gabriel Martinelli retaining his place in the team, while Smith Rowe unfortunately misses out.


Despite being five points behind Liverpool in the Premier League, Mikel Arteta doesn’t view Sunday’s match as a must-win. He emphasizes the importance of replicating their performance from the last two games against Liverpool and being more effective in crucial areas.


Arteta expresses his excitement and the positive atmosphere surrounding the team as they prepare to face Liverpool at home.


It is highly likely that Arsenal cannot afford a defeat against Jurgen Klopp’s team if they have aspirations of winning the Premier League this season. Consequently, it is of utmost importance for Arteta to make the correct choices when selecting his team. Here is the anticipated lineup according to


David Raya

In goal, David Raya is expected to start in the Premier League this weekend, despite Aaron Ramsdale’s commendable performance against Liverpool in the FA Cup.


Despite a commendable performance by Aaron Ramsdale in the FA Cup match against Liverpool, it is highly likely that David Raya will be given the opportunity to start in the Premier League this weekend.


Ben White

Ben White, the right-back, will be tasked with a significant responsibility of containing Liverpool’s wingers and ensuring they are unable to cause much trouble. Despite the absence of Darwin Nunez due to injury, Diogo Jota remains a formidable opponent with his skillful play.


White, having resolved his disagreement with Oleksandr Zinchenko, will assume a significant responsibility in neutralizing Liverpool’s wingers. Diogo Jota, known for his elusive skills, poses a formidable challenge, especially in the absence of Darwin Nunez due to injury.


William Saliba

Throughout his tenure in England, William Saliba, a skilled centre-back, has consistently demonstrated an impressive performance against Liverpool. Although he made a slight mistake leading to Awoniyi’s goal during the match against Forest, Saliba will undoubtedly be determined to redeem himself and showcase his abilities.



Gabriel displayed an impressive performance during the match against Forest earlier this week. He will undoubtedly strive to maintain his exceptional record when facing Liverpool, a team he managed to score against at Anfield.


Oleksandr Zinchenko

Oleksandr Zinchenko found himself in the midst of controversy after the match on Tuesday. Had Takehiro Tomiyasu been fit and available, Zinchenko may not have been chosen to start against Liverpool. However, with Tomiyasu still participating in the Asian Cup, the decision was somewhat predetermined for Arteta.



In the Premier League clash, Arteta is likely to deploy Jorginho, the Italian international, in the defensive midfield position once again. This strategic move proved successful in the FA Cup clash, providing the team with enhanced control in the midfield.


Declan Rice

Declan Rice played a unique role as part of a double pivot in the central midfield for Arsenal during the FA Cup match. Given its success, Arteta might consider utilizing this strategy once again. Although Emile Smith Rowe put on a commendable performance against Forest, Arteta prioritizes a stronger defensive presence.


Martin Odegaard

The Arsenal captain would have been unfortunate to concede a penalty at Anfield. Playing against the team he supported as a child, he will be eager to make a strong impact.


Bukayo Saka

Saka returned to his goal-scoring form against Nottingham Forest. He scored twice in this fixture last season and will be looking to add to his tally this time around.


Gabriel Jesus

Gabriel Jesus played a vital role in securing three crucial points at the City Ground. Despite concerns about his knee, he is expected to be fit and start against Liverpool.


Gabriel Martinelli

Although the winger’s performance against Nottingham Forest was slightly disappointing, he should be given the opportunity to shine against Liverpool. He has proven that he can take advantage of the space provided to him.