Arsene Wenger is likely to ring the changes to the Arsenal team for the Capital One cup game this week, although after losing our last two games and having to face our local rivals Tottenham in the cup, he is likely to resist his usual tactic of playing a lot of young Gunners.
There is a good chance that Wenger will rotate his forward line though, with The Mirror reporting that Giroud is set to start against the spuds, as he has already been swapping between Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud in the centre forward position and the Englishman started and completed the game at Chelsea.
I also think that Wenger will rest Alexis Sanchez as we need the Chile international fresh for the Premier League and maybe a little break will help him to get his best form back. Joel Campbell also looked good when he came on against Dinamo Zagreb so I reckon he deserves another chance to impress.
With Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on one flank and Campbell on the other, we have pace to go with the hold up play of Giroud and even though Cazorla is suspended, there is a lot of creative talent to feed the forwards. But will the different front line be able to take their chances and get the goals that Arsenal are in desperate need of?