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4-2-2-2 | Aubameyang and Lacazette to start : Predicted Line-up in the Penultimate match for the boss

Leicester City, Leicester City Vs Arsenal

In the game against Leicester City, Arsene Wenger takes charge of his penultimate match as the Arsenal boss. Arsenal has sealed the 6th place for themselves and Europa League football next season.

A win at the King Power Stadium will be a part of the big send off for the manager and the players are going to give all their very best. The thing though is Arsenal have never had an away point the whole of 2018.

Team News:

Santi Cazorla, Mohamed Elneny, Mesut Ozil and Koscielny all remain out for the clash and remainder of the season. There are no other injury concerns.

Team Form:

Arsenal had three losses, a draw, and a win in their last five matches before the game against Burnley. A 5-0 victory saw the boss an amazing send off back home.


P22 – W14 – D8 – L0

This is Wenger against Leicester city. He was never lost to them.

Probable Formation : 4-2-2-2

Arsenal are likely to continue with the same formation and fans would love to see the free flowing Arsene Wenger style of football for which he his so loved by the footballing world.

Probable Line-Up

GK – Petr Cech

Keeping a clean sheet in the send off game back at home, Cech is going to wear the gloves again against Leicester City.

Defense – Hector Bellerin , Konstantinos Mavropanos, Calum Chambers, Nacho Monreal

One of the additions since Sven Mislintat’s arrival in North London, Mavropanos has impressed in the 2 games he played for Arsenal and is likely to pair with Chambers against Leicester City who too started the last game along.

Holding Midfield – Granit Xhaka and Aaron Ramsey

Xhaka has been anchoring the Arsenal midfield this season and has come up with some good performances. The Swiss was in great touch in the previous game against Burnley. Aaron Ramsey is likely to play after not having started against Burnley.

Attacking Midfield – Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Alex Iwobi

The creative midfielder Mkhitaryan will have to take more responsibility especially after Ozil being ruled out due to injury. The front line will be depending on him to make the play against Leicester City. Driving the ball forward, Iwobi probably played the best game of this season in the last game.

Forwards:  Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette

Spearheads of the Arsenal attack, Arsene Wenger will look up to his world-class strikers to deliver once again in front of the opponent’s goal.

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