Arsenal make the short trip across London to take on Fulham this weekend, with the visiting side eyeing their sixth straight league win.
The Gunners have been in top form since putting the opening two defeats to Chelsea and Manchester City respectively, winning all their matches since.
The big talking point will of course be summer signing Bernd Leno, who will be expected to start his first Premier League match since joining the club, with Petr Cech having fallen foul of a hamstring against Watford in our last match.
Captain Laurent Koscielny remains sidelined along with Ashley Maitland-Niles, Carl Jenkinson and Mavropanos, but Sead Kolasinac is believed to be available for selection after his injury.
Our opponents have played out some exciting matches so far this term, but with little reward, having only picked up five points from their opening seven outings, but they have picked up four points from their three home ties.
Our team has remained mostly unchanged in recent weeks, and I would expect little to change bar Leno’s inclusion, unless injuries occur in midweek in the Europa League.
Bellerin Sokratis Mustafi Monreal
Ramsey Torreira Xhaka
Ozil Lacazette Aubameyang
This team should have more than enough going forward, and I would be very surprised if we didn’t score at least two goals. I’m going with Lacazette and Aubameyang both to get on the scoresheet in a 4-1 away win.
Is this the best possible XI available? Do Fulham need to be respected at Craven Cottage?