Arsenal will bring the 2015 Emirates Cup to a close with their match against Bundesliga runners-up VfL Wolfsburg on Sunday.
The Gunners are looking to build on their momentum after demolishing Lyon 6-0 on Saturday.
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Here is how we expect Arsene Wenger’s men to lineup against Wolfsburg…
GK) Petr Cech
The moment that Arsenal fans have been waiting for and that Chelsea fans will be upset about. After 11 seasons at Stamford Bridge, the Czech international is set to play in the net for the Gunners.
Although Emiliano Martinez started in the Gunners’ match against Lyon, Cech will inevitably receive his first Arsenal start at the Emirates.
RB) Hector Bellerin
The 20-year-old appears set to continue as the Gunners’ starting right-back after gaining significant first-team experience last season.
Although Mathieu Debuchy is also capable of holding down the right-back fort, Bellerin will be clinging onto the starting spot for the time being and will receive an opportunity to stand out against Wolfsburg.
LB) Nacho Monreal
Monreal appears to be sticking with the Gunners for the 2015-16 season despite Athletic Bilbao transfer rumours, and he will not be losing his spot as the starting left-back anytime soon after standing out last season.
Arsenal’s refusal to sell the Spanish international indicates that the left-back job belongs to him, and he will look to validate his team’s vote of confidence.
CB) Calum Chambers
Chambers struggled at right-back last season but showed more promise when playing at centre-back, so he will look to prove that he has a future with Arsenal as his second season at the Emirates approaches.
The 20-year-old is not expected to beat out Laurent Koscielny or Per Mertesacker for a starting centre-back job, but Wenger will want to give him a chance to get his feet wet.
Unlike Chambers, the Brazilian international is expected to make a strong push for a first-team centre-back job despite limited action with Arsenal.
Wenger will give him a prime opportunity to have a stronger hold on a first-team spot against Wolfsburg.