Possible Arsenal Lineup To Play Against Manchester United


Arsenal face a tricky game against Manchester United in the quarter final of the FA Cup, which would probably be the best bet for either club to win a trophy this season, although Arsenal are still in the Champions League, they need an amazing performance to continue in their European journey.

Arsenal have to travel to Old Trafford and it never is easy to take on Manchester United, although Louis Van Gaal has stated a top 4 place is more important for United than winning the FA Cup. This tie is always one to look out for and this will be no different. We look at the predicted starting line-up for the Gunners in this all important clash.

David Ospina

The Colombian might not look at his best, but he should continue in goal for the Gunners in this important clash.

Hector Bellerin

Hector Bellerin has been impressive this season and should keep his place ahead of Calum Chambers in the starting XI.
Laurent Koscielny

Koscielny is the go to guy it seems in defence and with Paulista out, he would have to work extra hard work to ensure Arsenal do well.

Per Mertesacker

Per might have lost his place to the young Paulista, but with the Brazilian out for a few weeks, Per can ensure that he does provide good cover for the defence.

Kieran Gibbs

Gibbs has been excellent for Arsenal over the past few games and he should continue in the defence for the Gunners.

Francis Coquelin

The one good defensive midfielder at Arsenal, it seems that Coquelin can’t be dropped from the team.

Tomas Rosicky

The Czech midfielder is also enjoying his time at Arsenal and his career has almost been revitalized this season. Rosicky would partner well with Coquelin and provide a lot of control in the midfield.

Santi Cazorla

The Spaniard has been on fire for Arsenal and seems to be loving his football, he might be on his way out of the club, according to reports but he will provide a lot of attacking options for the Gunners.

Danny Welbeck

A return for the old boy, Welbeck might not be in the best of touches, but he should play ahead of Mesut Ozil as he provides a bit more in the defensive end that the German.

Olivier Giroud

Giroud scored in the last game against QPR and he does have a knack of scoring important goals against the big clubs.

Alexis Sanchez

Alexis Sanchez could be the X factor for the Gunners as they take on their rivals. The Chilean has looked a class apart for the Gunners and should continue in the starting XI.

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