Arsenal have announced their team to take on Stoke City today, in what has to be a must-win encounter if they are to make the Champions League places.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain limped off the pitch on Wednesday and unfortunately misses out, while Aaron Ramsey and Kieran Gibbs lose their starting places.
Monreal finds himself returned to the wing-back position, while Hector Bellerin makes his first start since our side made the switch to 3-4-2-1, providing us with a back five in theory.
Francis Coquelin also finds himself starting his first game since the change in system, coming in for Aaron Ramsey just in front of the defence. Olivier Giroud also kept his place in the team, with Danny Welbeck left on the bench.
Lucas Perez and Kieran Gibbs will not be playing any part in today’s game having not made the squad for the trip to Stoke.
(Apologies for the delay…)
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) May 13, 2017
Will this team have enough to seal all three points today? Is there too many defensive players in the starting line-up?