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‘Jurrien Timber returns to the matchday roster, Thomas Partey will partner Rice, and Nketiah will lead the attack’: Predicted Arsenal XI against Newcastle – Arteta is expected to embarrass Newcastle at home today for robbing them in their first encounter.

‘Jurrien Timber returns to the matchday roster, Thomas Partey will partner Rice, and Nketiah will lead the attack’: Predicted Arsenal XI against Newcastle – Arteta is expected to embarrass Newcastle at home today for robbing them in their first encounter.

Arsenal will try to bounce back against Newcastle on Saturday after suffering a depressing loss to Porto in the middle of the week. After Wednesday night’s Champions League defeat, the Gunners’ knowledge of European tournaments came under scrutiny. Mikel Arteta stated that his team can do better in this area.

In his press conference prior to kickoff, he said, “Yes, we can certainly develop a lot of things, and those experiences are really relevant to judge whether we were or weren’t.” “I don’t think it’s fair just because a goal was scored, and I made that clear to them because I felt they did a lot of things right.” On the other hand, there is undoubtedly space for advancement in terms of game management.

Arsenal will understand that, up against a similarly astute Newcastle squad, they cannot afford to waste time moping around. The Gunners are currently five points adrift of the Premier League leaders, but they have a chance to close that gap to two this weekend when Liverpool plays in the Carabao Cup.

Mikel Arteta must therefore make the ideal team selection. Football is a blessing.Writers Joe Doyle, Husmukh Kerai, and Kaya Kaynak of London Arsenal are available to help.

Editor for Central Audience: Husmukh Kerai.

From the beginning of Arsenal’s Champions League loss to Porto, Jorginho lacked composure and poise; he needs to go back to the midfield, where he was effective against Liverpool a few weeks ago. Declan Rice should play as the deepest midfielder against a combative Newcastle team that will be without the ball for most of the game in order to thwart any potential counterattacks.

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Against Porto, Leandro Trossard played a mostly anonymous game, but I would take Gabriel Martinelli out of the attack. Given that Newcastle’s defense is unlikely to have any gaps behind it, Trossard is a superior choice for the left wing.

Raya, Kiwior, Gabriel, Saliba, White; Jorginho, Rice, Odegaard; Trossard, Havertz, Saka are Kerai’s Arsenal starting lineup against Newcastle.

Editor of content, Joe Doyle.

Even though the match is quickly moving from a midweek game to a major Saturday night affair, I don’t think Mikel Arteta will make many adjustments. Sure, some players are making their way back from injuries, but they shouldn’t start if they aren’t fully healthy.

Thanks to their recent performance and the absence of other options, the back five is currently selecting itself. Going forward, given his strong performance against Liverpool, I think Kai Havertz will move into attack and play as a No. 10 alongside Martin Odegaard, with Leandro Trossard sitting on the bench following his lackluster performance in Porto.

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