Zinchenko was benched, J5 came in, and Smith Rowe started for Arsenal against West Ham; Kai Havertz was not included in the match squad.
A thrilling match between two exciting London teams is expected as West Ham United prepares to take on Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium. With just two losses so far this season, Arsenal leads the league. They will take on West Ham, a team that manager David Moyes has guided to consistent improvement.
With only one loss in their last seven league games, the Hammers, who have shown flashes of brilliance throughout the season, will be full of confidence as they head to North London to take on Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal and win both the Carabao Cup and the League. The manager of the Gunners, Arteta, is well aware of the difficulties that West Ham presents, particularly with their potent attacking tandem of Mohammed Kudus and Jarrod Bowen.
Under Moyes’s shrewd management, West Ham finds itself moving up the Premier League table despite not being able to string together a winning streak, and they are now in sight of qualifying for Europe.