Arsenal play Wolves at the Emirates Stadium tonight as they look to get back to winning ways in the Premier League.
The Gunners drew 0-0 with Leeds United last weekend, despite playing for the majority of the second half with 10-men after Nicolas Pepe’s dismissal.
Mikel Arteta sees his Arsenal side languish in the bottom half of the table and is in desperate need of a win or two in the league.
Ahead of tonight’s contest, we looked at a potential line-up that the Arsenal boss could utilise.
In goal and back three
Having struggled to utilise a 4-2-3-1 against Aston Villa and Leeds, Arsenal could revert to a 3-4-3 system against Wolves.
Bernd Leno will start in goal and continue as an ever-present in the Premier League this season.
Gabriel has been a solid signing since his arrival from Lille in the summer.
The Brazilian defender will probably be flanked by Rob Holding and the left-footed balance of Kieran Tierney at the heart of a back three.
Mohamed Elneny missed out last week at Elland Road but he could return against Wolves.
The £50,000-a-week player has been a surprise Arsenal package this season, with his future seemingly uncertain prior to the current campaign.
He seems likely to play at the heart of a flat midfield four, with Dani Ceballos playing a central role alongside him.
Hector Bellerin played well against Leeds and should operate as a right-wing back.
On the left, Ainsley Maitland-Niles will probably get the chance to show Wolves what they missed out on – with Nuno Espirito Santo close to landing the player during the transfer window.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang should get the nod to start through the middle with Arteta seemingly over the experiment to play him out wide.
Bukayo Saka is available once again and should start the game to give the Gunners an injection of pace.
Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah could settle for a place on the bench as Arteta springs a surprise out wide.
Academy gem Reiss Nelson was brilliant against Molde in the week. He could start as Arteta aims to solve a creativity concern in the attack.
Here is how Arteta’s team could look tonight.