Arsenal visit Newcastle United this weekend in a clash that could have big repercussions on their Champions League ambitions.
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However, Arsene Wenger will likely have to enforce a number of changes on his starting XI after the Gunners exertions on Tuesday night. Their efforts against AS Monaco ultimately fruitless, as they were knocked out of the Champions League at the last-16 stage once again.
Wenger will be hoping there’s no European hangover at St. James Park, and that his side can secure the three points.
Here’s how the north London side could line-up:
GK: David Ospina
Little to do against Monaco and will surely start given Wenger’s reluctance to bring Wojciech Szczesny back into the fold.
RB: Calum Chambers
Chambers could be given the starting role so that Hector Bellerin can be rested following his display against Monaco, with the Spaniard looking fully bereft of energy after giving his all.