Arsenal will travel to face Leicester City looking for their first win in five matches. Things could potentially turn sour for Unai Emery should his team fail to win which means that he has to get his tactics right on Saturday.
Below we look at how Arsenal could line up.
Bernd Leno in goal has been the story of the Premier League so far this season for the Gunners and there is no reason why it should change. Hector Bellerin was rested for the Europa League clash in midweek which means he could start at right-back with Kieran Tierney on the left.
At center back, David Luiz will partner Sokratis.
With Granit Xhaka out of the equation and Dani Ceballos injured, Unai Emery will finally get the chance to play the double pivot of Matteo Guendouzi and Lucas Torreira. The Uruguayan International has been deployed further forward but previously but he prefers to play in the defensive midfield position.
Mesut Ozil should start in the attacking midfielders position.
Nicholas Pepe did not play against Wolves last week but the Ivorian International should start on the right-wing. Meanwhile, Gabriele Martinelli was voted as the Arsenal player of the month and deserves to start on the left-wing while new skipper Pierre Emerick Aubameyang starts as the striker.
Starting XI: Leno, Bellerin, Teirney, David Luiz, Sokratis, Guendouzi, Torreira, Ozil, Pepe, Martinelli, Aubameyang.