Arsenal has the opportunity to make it five wins in a row when they host a struggling Aston Villa team in the Premier League on Wednesday night.
Arsenal came from behind to beat Fulham 2-1 at the Emirates over the weekend, thanks to a late goal from Gabriel after Martin Odegaard’s equalizer. Mikel Arteta’s team now leads the Premier League table by two points. Arsenal is now the only team in England’s top four divisions with a perfect record.
Arsenal hosts Aston Villa for the second week in a row, with Steven Gerrard’s team presently 15th in the table with one win in four. The Gunners won their previous meeting 1-0 due to a goal from Bukayo Saka.
Mohamed Elneny, who came into the squad against Fulham to replace the injured Thomas Party, is poised to miss a significant amount of time, leaving Arteta with few choices in midfield. Both Party and Oleksandr Zinchenko will be absent again after missing the game last weekend.
So, how should Arsenal line up against Villa? Can Arteta’s team make it five wins in a row? To discover out, we replicated the battle.