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Thomas Partey starts at right back, and Jurrien Timber starts at last. Arteta Men look forward to another significant victory away from Emirates Stadium. Predicted Arsenal starting lineup against Sheffield

Thomas Partey starts at right back, and Jurrien Timber starts at last. Arteta Men look forward to another significant victory away from Emirates Stadium. Predicted Arsenal starting lineup against Sheffield

Arsenal travel to Bramall Lane on Monday night to face relegation-threatened Sheffield United.

Following devastating victory over West Ham United (6-0) and Burnley (5-0), Arsenal might become the first club in English league history to win three consecutive away matches by at least five goals.

Another crushing defeat would also consign Sheffield United to history. The Blades have lost their previous two home matches to Aston Villa and Brighton by the identical 0-5 scoreline; no English side has ever lost three home games in a row by five goals.

Here is the Arsenal lineup that Mikel Arteta may use on what might be a historic evening.

Arsenal’s probable lineup versus Sheffield United (4-3-3)

GK: David Raya – The Arsenal goalkeeper stated: “My story isn’t the typical footballer’s story.”

RB: Ben White. White, who enjoys the card game Uno more than football, is also extremely competitive off the pitch. “I want to win everything that I do,” he told The Guardian. “My missus and I play a lot of games at home and I won’t be letting her win.”

CB: William Saliba – “We don’t play just to be there to make up the numbers,” Saliba remarked of Arsenal’s title hopes. “We want to make it.”

CB: Gabriel. The last time Gabriel committed what Opta considers an error directly related to a shot was all the way back in.

LB: Jakub Kiwior – Michal Hanek, Podbrezova’s assistant coach while Kiwior was at the club, told the BBC: “I asked him what he had for lunch. He replied, ‘Doughnuts with jam.’ That was funny, and I laughed a little, but then I explained to him that as a professional, you cannot have doughnuts for lunch. I’m glad that was straightened up.

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CM: Martin Odegaard – Odegaard overthought everything over a dinner with Arsene Wenger as a teenager before joining Real Madrid. “Is he analysing me right now?” the midfielder recalled wondering. “Is he going to judge me if I eat the fries?”

Declan Rice, Arsenal’s new set-piece specialist, has four assists in six league games this calendar year, which is more than he managed in his previous 83 appearances.

CM: Kai Havertz – When Havertz was 17 and making his way into Bayer Leverkusen’s first team, he purchased a “fancy rucksack”. Havertz understood that the showy white and gold ensemble was “a little too cool” and “not me.” It provided him a reality check, as well as a new bag for his sister, Lea.

RW: Bukayo Saka. Saka has scored as many league goals as Sheffield United’s entire roster this year (7).

Leandro Trossard, a Lego aficionado, made a copy of the Taj Mahal during lockdown.

LW: Gabriel Martinelli – “He had this desire,” Martinelli’s father explains. “There was no such thing as a lost cause.” He went for each ball as if it were his last supper.” The same can be stated today.

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