Arsenal lineup against Sevilla revealed as David Raya dropped to bench, Havertz starts as Partey returns

Arsenal Trends looks at how Arsenal might line up against Sevilla in the Champions League at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium.

Arsenal were not at their best on Saturday, but Mikel Arteta will be pleased with how his squad salvaged a point. This ‘bouncebackability’ is something he expects from his team against Sevilla in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Arsenal are currently in a position where they ideally need a favorable result in Seville in a group where they are clear favourites to progress. If Lens beats PSV in the other Group B match, a loss would drop them four points off the top spot with only three games remaining.

As a result, Arteta must ensure that his starting lineup is correct for the game. Football.london examines who the Spaniard might select.

Goalkeeper- Aaron Ramsdale

You may argue Mikel Arteta has created a stumbling block for himself by virtually naming David Raya his No. 1. The Champions League does provide him with an opportunity to change that. However, after a string of errors in the last few games, the Spaniard is unlikely to preserve his job; Aaron Ramsdale is anticipated to start.

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Right-back – Ben White

Ben White is having a quietly great season as he approaches a new deal. It’s no coincidence that they lost the one game in which he didn’t play. Expect him to play against Sevilla again.

Centre-back – William Saliba

Saliba was extremely unlucky to give up a penalty against Chelsea. He’ll want to make up for it in Spain.

Centre-back – Gabriel

Gabriel wasn’t at his most consistent on Saturday, but his performance speaks to the lofty standards he’s set for himself. He’ll want to keep it up against Sevilla.

Left-back – Takehiro Tomiyasu

Oleksandr Zinchenko struggled against Chelsea on Saturday. Meanwhile, Takehiro Tomiyasu shone off the bench. As Arteta needs more defensive stability, the Japan international could be called upon.

Defensive midfield – Thomas Partey

The Ghanaian was maybe unlucky not to play against Chelsea on Saturday. Arteta may attempt to use his understanding of the opposition when he returns to Spain.

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Central midfield – Declan Rice

Declan Rice kept standards high despite Arsenal’s poorest performance of the season against Chelsea. Arteta will be confident that he can rely on him to do the same on Tuesday.

Central midfield – Martin Odegaard

On Saturday evening, the Norwegian was far from his best. He’ll have to raise his game against Sevilla on Tuesday night or face some awkward questions.

Arsenal were not at their best on Saturday, but Mikel Arteta will be pleased with how his squad salvaged a point. This ‘bouncebackability’ is something he expects from his team against Sevilla in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Arsenal are currently in a position where they ideally need a favorable result in Seville in a group where they are clear favourites to progress. If Lens beats PSV in the other Group B match, a loss would drop them four points off the top spot with only three games remaining.

As a result, Arteta must ensure that his starting lineup is correct for the game. Football.london examines who the Spaniard might select.

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Right wing – Bukayo Saka

For much of the game against Chelsea, the England international was inconspicuous, but he came up with a quality moment to earn Arsenal a point. This is what the best players do, and he will likely start again against Sevilla.

Centre-forward – Gabriel Jesus

For much of the game against Chelsea, the Brazilian stood alone, yet he still had an impact. His record in the Champions League is unblemished, and he’ll be looking to make it three in a row this season.

Left wing – Gabriel Martinelli

Although Leandro Trossard came in to score the equalizer on Saturday, Gabriel Martinelli has yet to make his Champions League debut. Tuesday night might be the night to change that.

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