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Jorginho was benched; the 23-year-old star made an unexpected start; the anticipated Arsenal lineup (4-2-3-1) against Sheffield United was disclosed

Jorginho was benched; the 23-year-old star made an unexpected start; the anticipated Arsenal lineup (4-2-3-1) against Sheffield United was disclosed

Jorginho was benched; the 23-year-old star made an unexpected start; the anticipated Arsenal lineup (4-2-3-1) against Sheffield United was disclosed

SMITH ROWE STARTS AND ARSENAL’S PREDICTED LINE-UP VS SHEFFIELD UNITED Ed Davison | March 4, 2024 | Arsenal, Arsenal News | No Comments

When Arsenal plays struggling Sheffield United at Bramall Lane tonight, they will be aiming for their seventh straight Premier League victory.

With 25 goals and only three goals allowed in the same time frame, the Gunners have been in outstanding form in the league since the beginning of the year.

With a win, they could close the gap on leaders Liverpool to just two points.

With Jorginho being left out of the starting lineup, we expect at least one change before the game.
4-2-3-1 is the formation.

Predicted Line-up:

Throughout the previous six months, David Raya has started every game and has missed just five. We anticipate that the Spaniard will stay in between the sticks. In order to gain ground in the Golden Glove competition, he will be aiming for his ninth clean sheet of the league season.

There won’t be any defense-related changes. Takehiro Tomiyasu and Oleksandr Zinchenko have been recovering from injuries in recent weeks, so even if they are healthy, they might not start in the first eleven. As left-back’s backup, Jakub Kiwior has performed admirably and ought to be kept on.

In the Gunners’ back four, Ben White, William Saliba, and Gabriel Magalhaes are lock to start. Gabriel’s presence in the box against Newcastle created another goal. With their reliable performances, he and Saliba have formed the league’s meanest defense.
We won’t be shocked if Jorginho is benched despite his continued man of the match performance against Eddie Howe’s team. With his recent foot problem, the Italian’s minutes could be carefully managed at this point in his career.

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Mikel Arteta needs to be more inventive when facing the Blades. Alongside Declan Rice in the middle of the park, Emile Smith Rowe should receive another uncommon start. In the rematch, the 23-year-old got off to a strong start and contributed an assist in a 5-0 victory.

As for the future, we see no changes. Bukayo Saka has scored seven goals in his last five league games, indicating that he is playing at his best. Gabriel Martinelli should have had another assist early in the second half, but he earned one against the Magpies.

Kai Havertz could use his strength up front to counter the Blades. In his last two league games, he has contributed three goals, but he ought to have contributed more. Against Newcastle, the German wasted a clear-cut opportunity to score. Gabriel Jesus, who recently made a comeback from a knee injury, is probably not going to lead the line ahead of him.

How Sheffield United and Arsenal might lineup

David Raya

Gabriel Saliba White, a Kiwior

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