How Unai Emery must set Arsenal up in order to batter PSG today

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We’ve gone with a 4-2-3-1 formation, as that is the formation that Emery has looked to make us of during pre-season thus far. This allows the wingers to make use of their pace out wide and allows the attacking midfielder to work in a pocket of space, with two defensive midfielders snuffing out any danger and protecting the defence.

Arsenal will look to give Petr Cech a chance in goal after catching a glimpse of summer signing Bernd Leno last time out against Atletico Madrid.

In defence, Hector Bellerin will slot in at right-back and Ainsley Maitland-Niles will line up on the opposite flank, with the latter looking to impress once again after enjoying his breakthrough season last time out. Callum Chambers and Sokratis Papastathopoulos will line up at the heart of the defence, with the Greek international looking to make a good impression.

Aaron Ramsey and the promising Joe Willock will operate in the midfield, with a lot of supporters excited to see how the youngster fares against a tough opposition.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will be looking to use his pace to get into promising positions down the left-hand side, while Reiss Nelson will be hoping to bag himself a goal on the opposite flank. And, Henrikh Mkhitaryan will operate as an attacking midfielder, linking up play and threading balls through for the striker.

Lastly, Alexandre Lacazette struggled to find the back of the net during their last outing, but he will be more determined than ever to score against Paris Saint-Germain in their next fixture, as he will lead the line for the Gunners once again.

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