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Jurrien Timber finally starts,Thomas Partey starts in right back position’: Predicted Arsenal XI to face Sheffield as Arteta Men set eyes on another big win away from Emirates.

Arsenal heads to Bramall Lane on Monday night for a clash with Sheffield United, who are fighting against relegation.


After impressive wins against West Ham United (6-0) and Burnley (5-0), Arsenal could make history by becoming the first team in English league history to secure three consecutive away victories by a margin of at least five goals.


On the other hand, another heavy defeat for Sheffield United would see them etch their name in the wrong kind of history books. The Blades suffered identical 0-5 losses in their previous two home matches against Aston Villa and Brighton, and no English club has ever experienced three consecutive home defeats by such a significant margin.


Here’s the potential lineup Mikel Arteta might field for what could be a memorable night:


Arsenal’s probable lineup versus Sheffield United (4-3-3):


Goalkeeper (GK): David Raya – Raya’s journey to professional football is far from typical, as he once stated: “My story isn’t the typical footballer’s story.”


Right Back (RB): Ben White – White, known for his love of Uno, brings his competitive spirit to everything he does, saying, “I want to win everything that I do.”


Center Backs (CB): William Saliba and Gabriel – Saliba emphasizes Arsenal’s ambition, saying, “We don’t play just to be there to make up the numbers.” While Gabriel’s error-free performance is noteworthy.


Left Back (LB): Jakub Kiwior – Kiwior learned the importance of professionalism from his time at Podbrezova, where he once humorously confessed to eating doughnuts for lunch.


Midfielders (CM): Martin Odegaard and Kai Havertz – Odegaard recalls nervously overanalyzing dinner with Arsene Wenger as a teenager, while Havertz received a reality check when he realized his flashy rucksack wasn’t really his style.


Right Wing (RW): Bukayo Saka – Saka’s goal-scoring prowess surpasses that of Sheffield United’s entire team this year.


Left Wing (LW): Gabriel Martinelli – Martinelli’s relentless drive and determination have always defined his game, as his father explains: “There was no such thing as a lost cause” for him.


In addition, Arsenal’s Declan Rice has proven to be a set-piece specialist with four assists in six league games this year, surpassing his previous tally in 83 appearances. Meanwhile, Leandro Trossard showcases his creativity off the field, crafting a Lego replica of the Taj Mahal during lockdown.

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